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Old 04-28-2011, 12:29 PM
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hpi spring set 75175 in black painted It should not be colored markings on them?

how to tell them apart without color??
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Originally Posted by Zooberg View Post
hpi spring set 75175 in black painted It should not be colored markings on them?

how to tell them apart without color??
the last lot is black color with color mark !
but Japan HPI was all sold out ,
Gold & Pink only
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Originally Posted by RC MARKET View Post
the last lot is black color with color mark !
but Japan HPI was all sold out ,
Gold & Pink only
if they not are color on them? every one is black!
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yes all is black color !
with mark
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Old 04-28-2011, 01:16 PM
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yes all is black color !
with mark
Is now marks on them!
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The springs are coated black.
They have a coloured mark on the bottom edge that denotes the rate, so a "pink" spring is black with a pink mark on the bottom.
A "gold" spring is black with a gold mark on the bottom.

Simples
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Pairs
#6542 - 14x25x1.4mm 6 coils (blue / 2pcs) 273 gf/mm 15.3lb
#6543 - 14x25x1.5mm 6.5 coils (silver / 2pcs)(Kit Part) 302 gf/mm 16.9lb
#6548 - 14x25x1.5mm 6.25 coils (pink / 2pcs) 320 gf/mm 18.0lb
#6544 - 14x25x1.5mm 6 coils (gold / 2pcs)(Kit Part) 340 gf/mm 19.0lb
#6545 - 14x25x1.4mm 5.75 coils (white / 2pcs) 363 gf/mm 20.3lb
#6546 - 14x25x1.4mm 5.5 coils (yellow / 2pcs) 388 gf/mm 21.7lb
#6547 - 14x25x1.5mm 5.25 coils (red / 2pcs) 400 gf/mm 22.4lb









Full Set
#66961
HIGH QUALITY MATCHED SPRING VERSION 1 YELLOW (SUPER SOFT/4pcs)
#66962
HIGH QUALITY MATCHED SPRING VERSION 1 GRAY (SOFT/4pcs)
#66963
HIGH QUALITY MATCHED SPRING VERSION 1 BLACK (MEDIUM/4pcs)
#66964
HIGH QUALITY MATCHED SPRING VERSION 1 PURPLE (HARD/4pcs)
#66965
HIGH QUALITY MATCHED SPRING VERSION 1 RED (SUPER HARD/4pcs)

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Old 04-28-2011, 10:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Barry_Hughes View Post
The springs are coated black.
They have a coloured mark on the bottom edge that denotes the rate, so a "pink" spring is black with a pink mark on the bottom.
A "gold" spring is black with a gold mark on the bottom.

Simples
yes i now!

but is no pink, no gold, no silver dot, no red, no yellow dot, no blue

i now how i should be but not this one i have got from a shop i uk!
everyone is black but NO color dots!


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Originally Posted by Zooberg View Post
yes i now!

but is no pink, no gold, no silver dot, no red, no yellow dot, no blue

i now how i should be but not this one i have got from a shop i uk!
everyone is black but NO color dots!

Count the coils and measure wire thickness.
You'll figure it out , I'm sure.

good luck
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Originally Posted by PizzaDude View Post
Count the coils and measure wire thickness.
You'll figure it out , I'm sure.

good luck
Exactly. I listed them with the number of coils, thickness so figuring it out should not be too hard
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Originally Posted by nf_ekt View Post
Exactly. I listed them with the number of coils, thickness so figuring it out should not be too hard
hehe

now is maybe not soo hard...
i will try
but we live in a world there everyting is easy hahah
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