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Old 07-17-2007, 12:16 PM   #1
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i bought it brandnew and i jsut saw that it is for modified motors. What should i do. i only have 27turns.
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It is the same thing. Years ago the lathes were different. If your motor is rebuildable, it can be cut on your new lathe. Stock motors were sealed until recent history.
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so my co27 and my epics will work
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yes they come apart just like the mods do
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so nothing will happen
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so nothing will happen
maybe a little something....
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If your motor is rebuildable it will work. My Cobra 2000 Pro Lathe has worked for the last 11 years.
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