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Old 05-14-2008, 05:36 AM   #286
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Jamie, check out this page on the MRX4R thread. Post #963.

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Old 05-14-2008, 08:22 AM   #287
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dose any one know the part #for the little nylon screws that go on the outside of the rear body mount part#h0466a
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dose any one know the part #for the little nylon screws that go on the outside of the rear body mount part#h0466a
Optional #H1006 Rear Spoiler Adj. Screws. It's on the parts list that came in the kit.
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Old 05-14-2008, 02:50 PM   #289
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Can someone measure the length of a new MSR clutch spring? I don't have any new ones and want to measure mine from last year and compare - to know if they have sagged at all.

I let myself get caught with only 3 days until our season opener here in St. Louis and forgot I was out of springs.

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Can someone measure the length of a new MSR clutch spring? I don't have any new ones and want to measure mine from last year and compare - to know if they have sagged at all.

I let myself get caught with only 3 days until our season opener here in St. Louis and forgot I was out of springs.

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Exactly 9.70mm
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Old 05-14-2008, 03:27 PM   #291
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Hey thanks - that was fast....

Is there a set length you guys look for before throwing them out? Or is it more based on run time? Thanks again.

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Usually you judge it by the way the spring looks like after a few races, if you see the spring sagged badly on one side, then it's time to be replaced.
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Old 05-14-2008, 05:43 PM   #293
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Optional #H1006 Rear Spoiler Adj. Screws. It's on the parts list that came in the kit.
thats mate
i did look that # up and they looked like they were for the gurney strip
they were white and had plastic wing nuts with them thanks again
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i did look that # up and they looked like they were for the gurney strip
they were white and had plastic wing nuts with them thanks again
They are used for both the spoiler and the rear body mount. I have only seen white ones.
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I just use a 1/4-20 nylon screw from a hardware store. The thread is not the proper pitch but they work fine.
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thats mate
i did look that # up and they looked like they were for the gurney strip
they were white and had plastic wing nuts with them thanks again
Grub,

You can use those or the ones from the Parma Wing Nuts and Bolts Set
if you prefer Black...
http://www.shopatron.com/product/par...71.17744.0.0.0
Part# 1301

Take care!

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What's up T and Sohl, how about the GLC? Are you in?
Also the Byron's race, hope to see you there.

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What's up T and Sohl, how about the GLC? Are you in?
Also the Byron's race, hope to see you there.

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Hey Ira, I'll see you at the Byron's race...no GLC for me.
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What's up T and Sohl, how about the GLC? Are you in?
Also the Byron's race, hope to see you there.

Later,
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Wassup Ira?

A real bummer.... I will not be able to make this years GLC.
I will be returning home from a business trip the day prior
to the start of the GLC. Mama-san will kick my (_._) if I
take back off the next day to go racing....ugh!!! I had a
blast last year at the GLC, top notch track!, cool Bro's to
race with. I'll definately return next year!

Take care!

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