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Old 10-09-2008, 10:49 AM   #1
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hey guys, after assembling the tc5r with the upperdeck countersunk/o-ring screws-did you guys notice a slight bind between the spur gear and the two orange o-rings that sits underneath the two countersunk screws?

i saw the o-rings sort of chewed away but the spur is not touching the countersunk.

i confirmed everything is shimmed correctly as far as the spur gear center pulley assembley goes.

did anybody else experience this?

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