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Old 04-25-2004, 08:04 PM
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Hi i have a few questions i would like help with .

1. has anyone had trouble getting gp3300 cells into the chassis most of us here have had a hard time getting them to fit they seem to wide with battery bar?
we are using deans battery bars on our cells. (yes the bars are on right and tight on the cell)



2) has anyone tried or heard of butting yokomo shock bladders in the AE shocks to make them better?
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Old 04-25-2004, 08:21 PM
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Old 04-25-2004, 08:45 PM
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1. I had problems getting GP3300's into my B4 with Deans 2.0 bars (supposedly the ones that will make it easier to fit). Which Deans bars are you using (2.0's or 3.0's)? I'm using Trinity bars now, and as long as you get the bar right up against the cell where you solder it, they fit easily.

2. I haven't heard of anyone putting bladders in AE shocks, but I have heard of people using the Yokomo shock caps with the bleed holes on AE shocks. I don't use any of that stuff, I just run the caps that come with them out of the box.
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Hi yea i do have the 2.0 bars on my packs and they are as tight as they can get to the packs. did the trinity bars fit in easy?
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Pretty easily (if I get them right), but I had to go back and redo some because they were too tight for my liking. One thing you could do with the Deans bars is take them off the cells, then gently flatten them slightly so they're not so tall. Also, if you don't Shoe Goo your cells, I wouldn't recommend the Trinity bars. The Trinity bars seem to bend more easily than the Deans bars.
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I'm using deans 2.0's. Almost all of my packs fit fine, except for one. I had to flatten the bars on that pack so they would it. All of my packs are gp's (older ones)...
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make sure ur cells are striaght (using a deans speed jig) and if u have battery bars that pretrude out simply hammer them striaght and solder them on
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HeY!!!


I've used the 2.0 deans on some of mine and they fir in my T4, and B4, but i also have mainly been using the trinity, but the bones work from orion also.
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I switched from the deans bars to SMC bars and it works
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