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Old 02-27-2006, 11:10 AM   #3181
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Bridge blocks..

Does tha Alum 415 "A" BridgeBlock work on the TA05?.. Or is there one designed specifically for the TA05?...
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Old 02-27-2006, 11:33 AM   #3182
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Does tha Alum 415 "A" BridgeBlock work on the TA05?.. Or is there one designed specifically for the TA05?...
sherm.. all 415 and evoIV blocks work on the TA05. if you wanna "flip them over".. just need 3mm spacers. no need to get bridge blocks when you can just recycle reg. blocks.
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Old 02-27-2006, 11:41 AM   #3183
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sherm.. all 415 and evoIV blocks work on the TA05. if you wanna "flip them over".. just need 3mm spacers. no need to get bridge blocks when you can just recycle reg. blocks.
SO... A 'flipped A with 3mm spacers' is the same height as regular 'A'?..
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Old 02-27-2006, 11:53 AM   #3184
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SO... A 'flipped A with 3mm spacers' is the same height as regular 'A'?..
yessir. actually i have 2 A bridge blocks at home... can sell them to you at the next oc circuit. i dont use them anymore.
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Old 02-27-2006, 11:57 AM   #3185
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yessir. actually i have 2 A bridge blocks at home... can sell them to you at the next oc circuit. i dont use them anymore.
Cool.. I will try the 'flip trick'..

Bring the blocks, consider them SOLD..


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OK, speaking of blocks, I forget what is the difference between the Evo 3 A blocks and the 415 A blocks?
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Old 02-27-2006, 12:48 PM   #3187
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OK, speaking of blocks, I forget what is the difference between the Evo 3 A blocks and the 415 A blocks?
1mm in height. evoIII/IV are 1mm higher i believe than the 415 blocks.
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OK, but the widths are the same?
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Old 02-27-2006, 12:54 PM   #3189
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OK, but the widths are the same?
yup. (evoIII a block = 415 1A block)

oh yah.... evoIII/IV do not have the "X" series blocks. Gary, it'd be faster if you just IM'ed me. LOL

the 415 series blocks NOW includes the "E" block. before only the evoIV series had this block.
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Where from and how much? I am jealous
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sherm.. all 415 and evoIV blocks work on the TA05. if you wanna "flip them over".. just need 3mm spacers. no need to get bridge blocks when you can just recycle reg. blocks.
Yes but the regular 415 blocks aren't ground flat like the X series blocks on the flip side. You have to file a flat spot or the spacers wont fit flush unles you use really skinny spacers which doesn't sound like a good idea.
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So have a report ready. How much weight savings and does it have alot less flex.
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So have a report ready. How much weight savings and does it have alot less flex.

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