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Jack*Bot club... Everyone welcome


By Syco54645

4 years ago



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#502 16 days ago

Another rubber-related question, what size are you guys using for this long one next to the lift ramp? The manual calls for a 3" but that's so tight that it's pulling on both end posts so hard that they're angling over slightly, and then I can't fit the plastic over the threads without bowing it down. A 4" rubber is on the looser side but then no problems with the posts or plastic, and it's not like this is a high-bouncey area. The last thing I want to do is break the NOS plastic I just bought, so to be on the safe side I think the 4" it is unless someone tells me differently......?

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#503 14 days ago

Hi all just got another Jack*Bot in today needs a good shop job but in real nice condition all the way around only thing is typical red yellow cabinet fade. I would keep it but already own one. Price $2500 before I shop it and list it for more. Thanks

#504 13 days ago
Quoted from cjpins:

Hi all just got another Jack*Bot in today needs a good shop job but in real nice condition all the way around only thing is typical red yellow cabinet fade. I would keep it but already own one. Price $2500 before I shop it and list it for more. Thanks

GLWS.

#505 12 days ago
Quoted from jibmums:

Another rubber-related question, what size are you guys using for this long one next to the lift ramp? The manual calls for a 3" but that's so tight that it's pulling on both end posts so hard that they're angling over slightly, and then I can't fit the plastic over the threads without bowing it down. A 4" rubber is on the looser side but then no problems with the posts or plastic, and it's not like this is a high-bouncey area. The last thing I want to do is break the NOS plastic I just bought, so to be on the safe side I think the 4" it is unless someone tells me differently......?
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Me too I'm interested in this as I got same problem and worried about too much tension there. Think I'm gonna stick to 4" too if there is no right exact size...

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#506 5 days ago

Is there any common reason J107-108 (should be green and yellow GI) keep blowing fuses on startup? Is there anything common to two those strands?

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