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Old 07-09-2005, 06:07 PM   #1
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hey guys, I got a bk2 with lundsford turnbuckles and to be honest I dont like them at all.. Has anyone ever tried using blue associated turnbuckles and what size or kit did you use. Or have you found a better replacement for lundsford. thanks ALBERTO
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Old 07-09-2005, 06:19 PM   #2
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The turnbuckles that come with the Losi kits are Lunsford,but if you buy them from Lunsford they don't break.I have never broken a REAL Lunsford turnbuckle,but me and some people i know have broken Losi kit turnbuckles.It makes no since!
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The thread on the Losi/lunsford turnbuckles are of lower quality and there is more threaded area on the turnbuckle creating more of a weak spot. So combine cheap material and to long of a thread and you have the stock losi turnbuckles. The ae ones work, but they are of different lengths.
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