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Old 10-12-2005, 07:38 PM   #1
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Default mf2 lunsford screws and hinge pins

worth the money or waste of money .
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Old 10-12-2005, 08:03 PM   #2
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Your talking Lunsford! Of course it's crap!

No I'm just kidding! I have Lunsford on my MF1 and they rule! I love them for their slop free fit. I am extremely anal about slop in suspension and steering, so these links are perfect! The ball cups are tight and precise, and they seem strong. My team mate had the AE ones on his 18T and they broke, so titanium isn't invincible. If aluminum won't survive then titanium might, but don't go expecting too much from them.
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i have them on my mf1 too . just seeing if it's worth it to get rid of the coated ones that came stock because they are getting fairly old . my mf2 is about a year old and belive it or not i have not broke anything on it yet . although my rear camber link is on the verge of snapping and i'll replace that before race time on sat.
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