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How to install Eigenbolt in a Vice


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#1 CdTriX

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 12:25 AM

just got my eigenram and I have no idea wtf i'm suppose to do with it. The instructions are vague.

so it comes with a brass insert or the black "spacer" that looks like macroline, so which one do I use with a pillow bolt?

what is the ram bumper suppose to look like?

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 12:32 AM

You use either the brass insert (heavier), or the black insert (lighter). Manual says brass insert is recommended with stock BL bolts. The bumper should already be on the ram (at least that's what I see from the pic on Lurker's site), you just cut it so it sits flush with the end of the ram.

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 10:49 AM

I write technical articles and troubleshooting guides for a living and reading that manual wants me to punch things.

The tuning part is fine, it's the installation part.

So the pillow bolt is stock for the vice so I should use the brass insert?

What does the bumper suppose to look like? it comes in the shape that looks like a spyder detent. soo it's suppose to look like a cork or a drain plug?




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