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07-17-2002 02:55 PM  16 years agoPost 1
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I have a question about the Raptor 30 head tolerances.
I have the stock head (bushings for now) and the question is about the flybar control.
What should the clearance between the head and the seesaw be?
I can tighten the screw on one side and everthing moves freely. When I tighten the screw on the other side, movement is stiff and hindered. The spacers are the same size as are teh screws. It looks like the head is too wide for the seesaw part.
Any suggestions for a fix? (until I get the bearing kit)

Also, can anyone tell me where to get the seesaw hub with a taller head button? I have added the metal flybar controls from K&B machining http://www.kandbmachining.com/parts30.html. The head button is not tall enough to get onto without tearing up the palm of my hand.

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