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Old 08-24-2001, 08:42 PM   #151
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Basically just replace the stock 0 degree ones with the 1 degree ones. On the bottom of the 1 degrees, you will see three holes, use the lower one, and put the hinge pin through it. Connect the tie rod to the outside hole on the top.

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Old 08-24-2001, 08:55 PM   #152
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I don't know which one is left , and which one is right.
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Old 08-24-2001, 08:58 PM   #153
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T the top of the hub, you will see one side is smooth, the other has a little thing sticking out. The smooth side is used to mount the camber link, so the side with the bumb faces forward. If you do it right, the top part of the hub will be closer to the front of the arm, and the link will be just about center.
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To make it simpler, one the face of one side is flat all the way up to the top, where there is a little obtrusion. The other side has a curved suface. The link mounts to the curved side, and the flat side faces forward.
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Thank you
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Guys, My Yoke SP is on the for sale lot, bunch of extras, check it out on this board.

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Old 08-25-2001, 04:25 AM   #157
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Ok guys, I need Some Set up Advice! I race on somewhat prepared asphult w/ track temp in the summer around 130-150! I'm looking at running Team Sorex tires, but I'm not sure what ones to get And I need to know what Inserts to use!!
Here's what My set up looks like know!

Front:
Standard 5 deg Caster block
1 deg negative caster
1 deg negative Toe In
Shock length-54mm
#3 shock piston
50 w oil
yellow shock springs
5mm ride height

Rear:
1 deg negative caster
2 deg toe-in blocks
Shock length-52mm
#3 shock piston
40 w shock oil
orange shock springs
5mm ride height

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Old 08-25-2001, 06:24 AM   #158
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which one will wear out first 138g or 139g?
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shock length = 52mm. That's weird........?!?!
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and also, which one is stiffer the worlds front arms or the graphite front arms?
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maski: the rubber of 139G is thinner then taht of 138G. Worlds front arm has graphite version.
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daniz24, It sounds weird...but that what it is! It handles like a dream right know...but i'm just looking for that little extra that will put me over the edge!
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I think he means 62, cause it is impossible to have your shocks at 52mm without the chassis scraping along the ground.
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Good point from Speedo.....
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Speedo, I don't know why thats what I got, but its what I got I just measured them again to make sure....From inside mount to mount is 52mm! I don't know exactly why it is, but thats what I got! I have plenty of ride height...almost too much and no scrapes! Do you'll have any sudgestions on which tires to run? track temp will be around 100-130 degrees! (florida summer). Thanks in advance!
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