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    ? on 2 Rude kit in Jerry's store

    I have a Rude 1 - If I buy the Kit for a Rude 2- will the Rude 1 stuff fit on a stock s/c assembly? - so I'd have a complete 2 and 1? Or is machining necessary to the stock rear portion of the s/c?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tchies View Post
    I have a Rude 1 - If I buy the Kit for a Rude 2- will the Rude 1 stuff fit on a stock s/c assembly? - so I'd have a complete 2 and 1? Or is machining necessary to the stock rear portion of the s/c?

    Thanks

    Tim
    Rude1 will not fit on a OEM rear SC housing.. You must send your back housing to member DIGGS and he can machine your rear housing to fit a 1Rude wheel

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    YEP

    Alex is right

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    +1 for diggs

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    Ya gotta love this forum - thanks for the info.

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