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Old 27-11-2013
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Default Associated slipper pads in TM2?

Anyone tried the associated b4 pads, are they a direct fit? (into the RW durango style spur)

Have been using the durango ones, but found them a little unpredictable..
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Old 28-11-2013
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I had to use the assoc hd pads with the Durango spur as the stock ones just kept slipping for some reason, they are a direct fit.
my son uses kit ones and has had no problems with his.
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Do you have a partnumber on the Associated HD pads??
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Hi,

AE HD pads: AS91170
(Link: http://msdmodels.ie/zencart/index.ph...products_id=76)

AE standard pads: AS9603
(Link: http://msdmodels.ie/zencart/index.ph...products_id=74)

The HD pads have much more material compares to the stock pads.

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