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Old 04-15-2015, 11:22 AM
FatherTime FatherTime is offline
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Default Re: Sleeved nylon washers

I've used the white and black nylon washers. the white washers deform. The black washers work much better. I purchased them from Drum Factory Direct

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Old 04-16-2015, 03:59 PM
Gerard Ball Gerard Ball is offline
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Default Re: Sleeved nylon washers

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I've used the white and black nylon washers. the white washers deform. The black washers work much better. I purchased them from Drum Factory Direct

James
That's very interesting. The white ones that I bought deformed quite badly so maybe they're softer. I'll try the black ones.
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