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Old 03-02-2009, 05:01 PM   #1
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so i've bent some of my turnbuckles on accident popping ball cups off and i want to replace them, but with which set of lunsford titanium turnbuckles do i get the same 2.65" or whateever the factory team titanium b4 turnbuckles were ? or....

and also is there a best set of cvds ? or just the shiny silver ae cvds
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u might be able to bend it back
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eh i want to replace them
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eh....?

what are you.....the fonze?
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so i've bent some of my turnbuckles on accident popping ball cups off and i want to replace them, but with which set of lunsford titanium turnbuckles do i get the same 2.65" or whateever the factory team titanium b4 turnbuckles were ? or....

and also is there a best set of cvds ? or just the shiny silver ae cvds

They are 2 inch turnbuckles.
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Old 03-03-2009, 08:32 AM   #6
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I would go with the AE titanium there very strong an look pretty cool. I would just go with the AE cvds theyll do just fine
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Are they the factory team blue ones? If so Wow!! I cant beleave you bent Associated turnbuckles!! I have done some crazy stuff to mine were I have picked my car up in pieces and shook my head becuase I couldnt beleave it wasnt bent!!!
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Are they the factory team blue ones? If so Wow!! I cant beleave you bent Associated turnbuckles!! I have done some crazy stuff to mine were I have picked my car up in pieces and shook my head becuase I couldnt beleave it wasnt bent!!!

they used to be great. now they suck.
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Assicoated turnbuckles are pure junk!!
They use to be good but now only good for picking dog crap out of your boots
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Oh I didn't know they changed... Do they still look the same?
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Oh I didn't know they changed... Do they still look the same?
Here is a link for them:

http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...-cln-B4/Detail
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ive never bent tie rods on any of my AE rides and would say that there graeat quality. Even the black steel ones i had didnt bend, when i first got my team kit b4.
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Assicoated turnbuckles are pure junk!!
They use to be good but now only good for picking dog crap out of your boots
Thats funny right there.
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Assicoated turnbuckles are pure junk!!
They use to be good but now only good for picking dog crap out of your boots
Something tells me you have done this before...?? I bet you stepped in dog shit one day and were looking around and decided to use a Associated turnbuckle!
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