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    Reed spacers for Fuji 750

    Does anyone have a reed spacer they can photograph and provide dimensions on. I might have someone who can machine but need to know what kind of aluminum stock we need to start with

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    Hope this helps.

    But I gotta ask, why not buy a set from someone parting out a 780?

    Should run about $30 or so. Machining them sounds like it would be alot more than that.

    They are 3/8" thick. Remember that you will need 3/8" longer bolts/studs to accompany them.

    While looking at my pics, it looks misleading.

    They are 3 3/16" x 3 3/4"
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    Thanks X

    will keep my eyes open for it

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    you can get the spacers new for like $10 each or so and the bolts for $47 for the set at bikebandit.com...I got the spacers here on GH and bought the bolts at bikebandit.

    I spent quite a while looking for the bolt set and decided to just buy them new when I couldn't find them.

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    mcmaster should have the bolts for cheaper.. m6 x1 thread and 6cm long? not sure on the length, but make sure to get stainless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seaobin View Post
    Thanks X

    will keep my eyes open for it
    Try Zigler or Beachblond.

    Just makes sure to ask for the bolts to go with.

    I second Mcmaster Carr for the bolts if they don't have them.

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    What are the benefits of these spacers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregsauls View Post
    What are the benefits of these spacers?
    http://www.boyesen.com/cwo.php?store...roduct_id=2282

    Plus it moves the reeds out of the all the turbulant air, which improves reed petal life.

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    Bolts?

    Did anyone ever figure out which bolts to get from Mcmaster?

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    3/8" longer than your existing studs should work.

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