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    Ok, what's up with this?

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    Easy answer. take a look at my page on the fine point /instruction manuals
    Last edited by Jim Mason; 09-05-2017, 10:39 PM.
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    Helpful if the picture shows. Grin
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    • #3
      I took 2 different top covers apart recently. I remember one spring was slightly longer than the other, but I don't know the history of them. The difference wasn't near as much as yours Jim. One was front mounted park brake and the other was side mount lever. I'm guessing the 28 is the shorty and 31 is longer?

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      • #4
        Yup. The left hand brake tower is internally taller, and has a metal cup with felt washer above the spring
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