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  1. #1
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    MIP really did their homework!

    Or they just got really lucky, LOL! The front's clear with hardly ANY room to spare; almost like they were made for each other
















    The rears where what I was most concerned about. I know most say a little clearancing is needed. Honestly, it looks to me like they have just as much movement as the fronts, so I'm just going to run them and see what happens. I'll know if they need to be clearanced pretty quick.

    fix, run, break, repeat

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    Very cleaaaannn
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    You have a roll pin where the hex nut mounts on, dont use a solid pin, we had several ends front and rear break at the hole. From using a solid pin.

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    what? that post totally confused me, lol

    I have the roll pins in it right now that came with the MIPs

    are you saying yes use those roll pins, or no put stock solid pins back in it?
    fix, run, break, repeat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chub-Five View Post
    Very cleaaaannn
    yeah that's the best part about pulling brand new parts out of the bag too bad all it takes is 10 minutes to make them look 10 years old, lol
    fix, run, break, repeat

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamsuperbleeder View Post
    what? that post totally confused me, lol

    I have the roll pins in it right now that came with the MIPs

    are you saying yes use those roll pins, or no put stock solid pins back in it?
    Use the pins that come with the Mip X-Duty's
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    okay, that's what I planned on doing I like the fact that they wont just slide out
    fix, run, break, repeat

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