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Originally Posted by ace72ace View Post
my driveway has a pretty insane slope to it so it'd have to be done in the garage
lol my garage has a ton of fish tanks in there for my business but i guess i could move one out of the way if you guys really think a 300lb 6' fat guy could slip underneathe without getting crushed to death,lol
yea might be worth the trouble to save 200.00 being that money doesnt grow on trees these days..
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Originally Posted by toomnymods View Post
On the other hand, 220$ is a fair estimate for 2-2.5 hrs of labor for a qualified mechanic that will stand behind their work if you are uncomfortable performing it yourself. There are plenty of youtube vids out there, have a look and do what is best for you.
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Originally Posted by JayCue View Post
Do NOT succumb to the temptation to leave out one of the metal inserts in one of the centering springs (assuming the design is still the same as last year - I know they have updated it). I took the advice that came with the instructions and am very glad that I did. I'm taking a mulligan if the updated design modification makes this advice obsolete/meaningless.
Let it break in and then see if it's just too stiff that you are willing to take it apart and modify it.
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Its is still recommended to use the top and bottom inserts. I believe the spring you are refering to is the reverse return spring. And yes it is a little stiff right now but like you said, I am sure it will get better with time.
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