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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2007 11:29 pm 
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John wrote:
As Manitou916 mentions dead eay to get apart.

Clamp rod and twist lever to unscrew rod for cylinder in centre of lever. Rod is simply loctited into cyclinder and punched on top.


scant wrote:
forces used in assembly cant be easily replicated in the standard garage


:? Right you are


let me know how the spine heals :wink: :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2007 11:35 pm 
The Guv'nor
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scant wrote:
let me know how the spine heals :wink: :lol:


??

Think we might be talking at cross purposes here. Which spline do you refer to and why is it sick :?:


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John wrote:
scant wrote:
let me know how the spine heals :wink: :lol:


??

Think we might be talking at cross purposes here. Which spline do you refer to and why is it sick :?:


your back when the QR parts company & the resulting crash... hell cam twists were sh,te anyway. alu cam section used to crack. M&P cycles in swansea actually persuaded me NOT to buy as they'd had so many back.
Odyssy QRs were pretty sh,te as well.


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