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Old 10-04-2011, 06:58 PM
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What are people using for titanium turnbuckles? Durango's a little pricey but the TLR 22 units are $10 cheaper but 45mm vs Durango's 43mm. I wouldn't think the extra 1mm per side would be an issue.
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Originally Posted by Jmuck69
What are people using for titanium turnbuckles? Durango's a little pricey but the TLR 22 units are $10 cheaper but 45mm vs Durango's 43mm. I wouldn't think the extra 1mm per side would be an issue.
I bought some Lunsford for mine and were a bit cheaper. I got mine about a year ago so do not remember the exact size I bought but work great! I am certain I posted if you wish to search . . .
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I bought some Lunsford for mine and were a bit cheaper. I got mine about a year ago so do not remember the exact size I bought but work great! I am certain I posted if you wish to search . . .
Found it. 1.75"

http://www.rctech.net/forum/8071687-post2436.html
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Old 10-04-2011, 07:26 PM
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Words! I tried looking at my old A-Main orders but could only print them but do not bother with a printer at home. The Lunsford worked perfectly but thought there were different sizes for front and rear. What has happened to my memory?
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My V3 build...



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Old 10-04-2011, 07:42 PM
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Words! I tried looking at my old A-Main orders but could only print them but do not bother with a printer at home. The Lunsford worked perfectly but thought there were different sizes for front and rear. What has happened to my memory?
I think they are 43mm all around.
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Originally Posted by kenshinmd
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graphite chassis or protector film?
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Originally Posted by Jmuck69
graphite chassis or protector film?
protector film
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Originally Posted by kenshinmd
protector film
Does that screw up your battery height limitations further?
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Originally Posted by jmackani
Does that screw up your battery height limitations further?
I do believe the protective film goes on the underside of the chassis.
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I do believe the protective film goes on the underside of the chassis.
Unless it's my eyes, he has it in the battery tray area.
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Understood. However, I just do not comprehend the idea. Granted I have burned out my common sense but would be concerned with placing the film on the underside of my CFRP chassis. I have known to be the odd man out . . .
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Understood. However, I just do not comprehend the idea. Granted I have burned out my common sense but would be concerned with placing the film on the underside of my CFRP chassis. I have known to be the odd man out . . .
I think the original question came from seeing the battery tray. He thought the chassis may be updated to a carbon fiber one. The owner responded it is not carbon fiber but a chassis protector material to simulate the look of carbon fiber.
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Originally Posted by jmackani
I think the original question came from seeing the battery tray. He thought the chassis may be updated to a carbon fiber one. The owner responded it is not carbon fiber but a chassis protector material to simulate the look of carbon fiber.
Yup. Beyond me! Cheers . . .
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Originally Posted by jmackani
Does that screw up your battery height limitations further?
actually it doesn't, because all my saddles are still within the 23.5mm height limit which the v1 version can only handle, i placed it in the battery compartment to cover up the two holes in the chassis where dirt might get in.
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