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Old 09-20-2009, 12:11 PM   #16
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a couple more little things are like the arms(they are slightly longer), spindles, spindle carriers, fuel tank(only difference is its sure close with 2 springs)

theres a couple more minor things.
Arms are the same, maybe a different plastic but i have 1.0 arms and 2.0 arms and they are the same length.


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8ight carriers and spindles are different than 8ight 2.0 spindles and carriers. there are a few differeances including plastics as well as geometry i believe. on the 2.0 carrier there is a half moon grub screw at location where the suspension arm attaches to the carrier.
Is this why pros run the 1.0 spindles? They are the same
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