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post #41 of 138 (permalink) Old 09-12-2012, 11:28 PM
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Are the 12/13 burners out yet? I really want them as it looks like they have the same straps as my diodes.
Another thing I had trouble with on the voile pin system was removing the pin clip with my gloves on. The spark pin looks like a much better/easier system to use.
I got the 11/12 lt and the lt pin is tight...no slop...very nice, but was wondering about putting a drop of silcon on the pin or brass and plastic bushings...any ideas or recommendations?


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Silicone is a dry lubricant, so it shouldn't hurt. Overall though I have never seen the need to do anything with the LT Brackets. They work just fine. After a few change overs, I doubt you'll have any issues with them.
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If you lubricate it with silicone every spec of dust within a 2 mile radius will hunt dow your pin and stick to it!
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ETM - use sandpaper.

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what am I sanding again?
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im open to vaginas
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Hahaha! Well it took six pages before this thread went in the toilet at least...
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oh my bad, i thought you were dealing with the pin/bracket rubbing or binding.... reread it, that tip is for DrnknZag
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