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Old 06-11-2009, 11:59 PM   #1
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Default Slipper possible problem/fix

So I got my rig dialed... So I thought.

Started a course, got three gates and my slipper crapped out. Well the next day I tore into it and started to clean the pads and then put it back together. Well I failed to notice a small problem and had it fail again. Well at that point I had a friend coming over to help with the issue and while I had it tore apart again and was scratching my head about to drill a hole and pin that little pain in my ass he had the directions and noticed I was only holding one disc.....
There lied my problem, a fresh set of eyes and a bit more experience caught my issue, only one slipper disc was installed on my rig.

That being said while you guys have your trannys torn apart take the time and make sure you have 2. Better to check while its out instead of taking the benifit of the doubt like I did and have it fail when it counts the most.

Oh, and the fix, well I took a disc from disc golf and cut a perfect little match for the other side. We'll see, it felt like it was bulletproof to me.

Thanks Hollywood Just give me two feet and Ill get it!!!
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Old 06-12-2009, 06:18 PM   #2
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I haven't even opened my tranny up to see this stuff. Good catch though.
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