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Old 08-25-2005, 04:40 PM   #1
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Whats the differance between standard and over head springs ????? Dumb question I know, but i really dont know
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Whats the differance between standard and over head springs ????? Dumb question I know, but i really dont know
The overhead springs are for Trinity/Epic motors with laydown brushes (such as the stock motors and Chameleon). The way to tell is that with overhead springs, both springs will be on the same side of the endbell, while standard springs will be opposite of eachother.
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