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    Metal Washers sneak peek

    These are on the way to be plated and then sent to me for testing
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    Jerry, your killing me!

    Can I be a test subject?? I will pay full price, and cost to get them installed...

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    Jerry theses new washiers are on par with Les's washers? Correct?

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    Yeah, I think from before they are 4 points harder then Les washers.

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    They are identical to the Les washers.

    The only thing is i want to be able to provide a new set of needle bearings and spring washers and sell them as a kit.

    The 40 needle bearings fall all over the place the second you pull the gear off to change the front washer.

    Spring washers lose tension over time and should be replaced.

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    OOOic..ic...I thought they were harder? I guess I was wrong...hmmm

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    they are a bit harder, but other than that they are identical

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    Oh, So you can't just install Les's washers without other stuff?
    I guess I need to buy the needle bearings. I was gonna pull my SCer to send it.

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    OO OK...thats cool....

    So what you say GH, You gona let me test em?? LOL

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    I will need two sets before summer comes,it's time.140 hrs on my rxp and 98 hrs on tara's rxp.

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