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Old 05-04-2004, 04:00 AM   #1
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Default Which brands uses 2,0 mm carbide balls?

I'm in the need for some for rebuilding my diffs on my Pro2. They are hard to find around here, so I was wondering if any other brands uses balls of this size?

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Yokomo use them, 2mm also equals 5/64ths of an inch if you find those.
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Thanks, you have probably prolonged the life span of my trusty Pro2
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