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Old 11-03-2006, 12:46 PM   #691
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Old 11-03-2006, 06:01 PM   #692
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hey guys,just want to know if you guys have alot of up and down slop in the layshaft? mine seems to have about .5mm of slop up and down where the 2 top decks retain the bearing capture.am i smoking something or is this the same on all the kits?
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hey guys,just want to know if you guys have alot of up and down slop in the layshaft? mine seems to have about .5mm of slop up and down where the 2 top decks retain the bearing capture.am i smoking something or is this the same on all the kits?
Mine has no play in it at all.

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Old 11-03-2006, 06:38 PM   #694
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mine too!!
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Old 11-03-2006, 07:02 PM   #695
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Zero play in mine also.
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Old 11-03-2006, 07:31 PM   #696
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i built my cars right next to Dobbs and mine has no play either.

hey Jason did you build a U.S. car or the E.U.? cause both of mine are fine.
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hmm,ok,i will put the crack pipe down and see what i did wrong.
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Old 11-03-2006, 08:09 PM   #698
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According to Paul L.'s "rubber tire setup" at the IIC, he was running the hard arms instead of the extra hard arms. Although, the setup sheet did not mention which chassis(2.5 or 3.5) or which upper deck(wide or narrow) he was running. do any of you guys have this information?
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According to Paul L.'s "rubber tire setup" at the IIC, he was running the hard arms instead of the extra hard arms. Although, the setup sheet did not mention which chassis(2.5 or 3.5) or which upper deck(wide or narrow) he was running. do any of you guys have this information?
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I believe he was running the standard EU version with rubbers, i.e. 2.5 mm chassis, hard arms...
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I also noticed he was running the hard arms instead of the extra hard arms for his "carpet" car as well. I wonder if he ran the same chassis and upper deck for his carpet car, as well as his "rubber" car?
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I also noticed he was running the hard arms instead of the extra hard arms for his "carpet" car as well. I wonder if he ran the same chassis and upper deck for his carpet car, as well as his "rubber" car.
Most all of the Xray guys except in Stock ran the Hard arms all around at the IIC. The stock guys ran the XH arms in the rear only....To help free the rear end up even more.

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Hello I was just wondering if you need any other parts to convert from to 48 pitch to 64 pitch.
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hey guys,just want to know if you guys have alot of up and down slop in the layshaft? mine seems to have about .5mm of slop up and down where the 2 top decks retain the bearing capture.am i smoking something or is this the same on all the kits?

Bro. My bad.

The new layshaft bearing retainers have a notch in them that the top decks can capture. It was late. It was dark. they looked the same.

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Any update on the EU specs arrival in the US?
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