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Old 05-14-2003, 02:48 PM   #1
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Unhappy XX4 help

Hi.......

I've got a xx4 we and just broke my front cvd
and i was wondering if xxx-4's cvd owuld fit on it?
it's hard to get off road parts in toronto......

thanx for any input.....
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Ask the lhs if there is one. They use the same spindles, spindle carriers, it should fit. I'm not sure. Go to Mip's web site and learn more off of there.
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check the lhs and they had no idea........
and mip's website doesn't tell me about it.
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ask buggyman81 to mesure his cvds on his xxx-4 and then mesure yours.
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that sounds good, but who is that?
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this guy
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they are the same size. I actually used the alumnum ones off my xx4 to build my XXX4. If you get MIP you have to make sure you order the corret ones, they sold them with 2 different size axles, either 1/4" or 3/16" (which is the size used on the XXX4).
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ok
thanx alot for your help...........
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