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Originally Posted by Matt26LFC View Post
Your probably right there, i'll be taking my Rasa off at some point, gonna try remounting (Feel my temps could be a little better) i'll see if my washers have suffered the same fate as the OPs. I may take a photo when i do it if anythings broke and upload it in this thread if its still going, not sure when im going to do this.
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Originally Posted by pmrballer123 View Post
yep the nylon ones where crushed when i took it off from the pressure but now i have it bolt>nut>spring>metal washer>nylon washer> bracket and know everything is perfect and nothing is getting crushed!



I have some spare metal washers I'll throw in later when I break down my rig for an upcoming upgrade.
post #12 of 12
This is all very interesting. I think I may have to switch to the metal washers myself next time it comes off.
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