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Old 14-08-2009
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Bonjour, svp pouvez vous expliquer encore car ce que vous avez écrit ne semble pas raisonnable. Merci.

ha,ha..... Welshy you wrote French... Next January I want to heard that

To Rodoplhe, so surprising that you don't know where you can find a lot of setups sheets
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ha,ha..... Welshy you wrote French... Next January I want to heard that

To Rodoplhe, so surprising that you don't know where you can find a lot of setups sheets
Nicolas,

i try to help and learning a little French at the same time. You may laugh when you hear me speak and what i remember in January.
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http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...a20090802.html
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Well done Roro, you found your Lynx eye
bien joué Roro, tu as retrouvé ton oeil de Lynx
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Hi Guys

What are the diff oils that are being used on a dirt track?
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Old 27-08-2009
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He used the hexes off of the D4, with 2xD4 front bearing spacers on each side at the front to space it out.
Rear just fitted straight on, I think.

They did make it a tad wider than stock, but it fitted in the box fine for scrutineering.
is this D4 bearing spacer 61490 x 2 each side?
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The thin one of the two in the bag.
Yup.
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The thin one of the two in the bag.
Yup.
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