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CREECH Question


By MrWizzo

4 years ago



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#1 4 years ago

Were rubber sleeves installed on the inland oulane metal posts from the factory?

#2 4 years ago

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#3 4 years ago

Looks like they had a rubber ring on top part from the flyer (pic on the right side).

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#4 4 years ago

After lookinng at the pic a little more that is probably an outlane side post.

#5 4 years ago

Whre is the inland outlane?

#6 4 years ago

Allegedly, no.

"Note that there is not any rubber on the pins separating Inlanes from Outlanes (unless your operator went to a lot of trouble to be nice to you)."

"There is no rubber on the pins dividing Outlanes from Inlanes."

"There is an option for installing rubber on the dividing pins, but I have never seen it used."

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