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Old 11-23-2011, 05:19 PM   #661
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Im running the T3 2012 with the standard 84 spur, I want to switch to 64 pitch. what size in 64 pitch is equivalent to the 84 spur in 48 pitch ? I hope this makes sense lol

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Old 11-23-2011, 05:49 PM   #662
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i recently ordered some things from hk and paid for the "2-4" day delivery. they shipped my order 4 days later. Shipping did only take a few days though, after they sent it. At least my parts arrived undamaged and I didn't have to pay brokerage.

You could send a polite email asking if they got your online order. My friend ordered from the same company I ordered from and got his stuff in 3 days. He emailed to say he was going to a big race and wanted to ensure he received his order in time. I didn't email. Got my stuff in 7 days
Ya well thats what i said to the guy is i need the parts for my next race and he said yes we got your order and he will ship it that day .....well another day goes by and he then tells me he will ship it tommorow .....well thanks alot when people pay for the fastest shipping thats means they want it fast .....anyways needless to say its nexus racing for me from now on there a bit more expensive but at least they have the understanding that we want our shit fast and they ship fast ......now if only the others would understand from our point of view!
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Hi guys,
Im running the T3 2012 with the standard 84 spur, I want to switch to 64 pitch. what size in 64 pitch is equivalent to the 84 spur in 48 pitch ? I hope this makes sense lol

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In non boosted 17.5 we run like a 92 or 96. In mod much higher on the spur.
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Old 11-23-2011, 09:50 PM   #664
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Can Anyone recommend better screws ?
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Can Anyone recommend better screws ?
If Your in the us check out mcmaster.com
I buy all my steel screws there..
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Can Anyone recommend better screws ?
Perhaps you need a better allen key

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Perhaps you need a better allen key

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Nope. The screws in this kit are JUNK! you can almost chew on them they're so soft
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I haven't had any problems with the screws. Haven't come close to stripping any of them.
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You may also try the build tip of tapping the arms lightly with a screwdriver handle in order to ensure that the holders are seated properly square to the arm....

http://forum.teamxray.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=2872
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Nope. The screws in this kit are JUNK! you can almost chew on them they're so soft
Weird. XRAY screws are practically diamonds compared to the screws that came with my previous cars.
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Nope. The screws in this kit are JUNK! you can almost chew on them they're so soft
YUP I already bought a new Allen Wrench no luck with that.
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Hi guys,
Im running the T3 2012 with the standard 84 spur, I want to switch to 64 pitch. what size in 64 pitch is equivalent to the 84 spur in 48 pitch ? I hope this makes sense lol

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Any one !!!!
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What screw material would you guys use for the bulkheads ?
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YUP I already bought a new Allen Wrench no luck with that.
I take it you've got the right size allen key? They are metric threads you know

Absolutely NOTHING wrong with xray screws, my car has been apart 50+ times and never had a single head strip!!
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