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Old 02-01-2007, 10:57 AM   #1
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Default Mod Armature Interchange

Needing help with which armatures will work or are designed for specific cans. I know that there are only a few types of blanks, but have been told that certain ones will not work with some cans.

What is the general rule of thumb? Are they ok to swap as long as the stack diameter is the same, or are they split by groups of manufacturers? Or is it motor specific? I know Trinity list the Cobalt and Cobalt2 arms as different part numbers for example.

I have moved some around between cans of different designs and have seen no ill effects so far.

Any general or more detail help is appreciated.

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