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Old 03-25-2009, 10:56 AM   #1
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Default bent lunsford hingpin...

I see they have a guarantee on there turnbuckals, but what about there hingpins?? has anyone ever sent one in to have it replaced??
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They don't guarantee their hingepins. Only turnbuckles.

Personally, stay with the stock steel hingepins. Titanium tends to pit and not be as friction free as steel ones over time.
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They don't guarantee their hingepins. Only turnbuckles.

Personally, stay with the stock steel hingepins. Titanium tends to pit and not be as friction free as steel ones over time.
Theres only one want to find out, shoot them an email. Lunsford has always been super accomodating to me in the past. They great!
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They don't guarantee their hingepins. Only turnbuckles.

Personally, stay with the stock steel hingepins. Titanium tends to pit and not be as friction free as steel ones over time.
but the stock slsah hingpins are made of lead....
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