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Old 10-23-2014, 06:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Complete List of Bearings for the Legend, wait for it, dairy AleeS Rush 750

This came up in another thread and I have been wanting to do this for a while. Sure you can open the manual and hunt for the bearing size but I like lists for quick reference.

Please check it out and let me know of any mistakes. I also need to know the pitch slider bearings. I couldnt find them anywhere and i am not at home.

Also this is for the Original (Legend, wait for it.....dairy, as we have seem to be calling it) Rush 700-750 with the newer style OWB.

Once I get the info I will update this for the Rush Evolution.

And if everybody agrees, maybe we can get the Moderators to sticky this thread to keep it at the top.
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This is great! Thanks!

I just picked up a bearing kit from RC Bearings. Paul over there is very thorough and helpful. He called me after ordering to make sure which OWB I had in my kit.
I have the older "fingers" style. Any reason to update it to the new version?
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No real reason to upgrade really. The newer OWB assembly was developed due to cost. The older OWB assembly was around $80.

Are you going to run 700mm or 750mm blades? I cant remember if it was recommended to use the newer OWB for 750+mm blades.

Paul Macintosh is nothing short of awesome! He is very helpful and knowledgeable.
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Sticky, please!

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The new OWA is recommended for stretched Rushes.

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The new OWA is recommended for stretched Rushes.

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Thanks for the clarification Scott.

Can some one convert that PDF file to something I can imbed in the first post. I couldnt figure it out. If so, just attach the file to a new post and I will edit it.

Scott, do you know the dimension of the 2 bearings in the pitch slider? That is all I am missing.
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Michael,

I do not have the manual here at work, so I am unable to assist right now. After work, I will help! I tried converting the file to a flat document, and it works, but it's not as pretty!

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We could also call the original Rush "Legendairy".

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It isn't in the manual. I did the list basically in order of the manual except the owb assembly. I will measure when I get home.

I will also add the Legend, wait for it.............dairy to the list and title.
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Thanks for the clarification Scott.

Can some one convert that PDF file to something I can imbed in the first post. I couldnt figure it out. If so, just attach the file to a new post and I will edit it.
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Thanks Mark. I can't attach from my phone so I will add it later.

How did you do that so when I edit the list I can imbed it?
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The new OWA is recommended for stretched Rushes.

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Thanks! I'm running 690s for now. So I'm good to go!
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Thanks Mark. I can't attach from my phone so I will add it later.

How did you do that so when I edit the list I can imbed it?
I opened the pdf and took a sceenshot of it using Jing. http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html
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Very nice guys! This will come in handy. Great work!
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This came up in another thread and I have been wanting to do this for a while. Sure you can open the manual and hunt for the bearing size but I like lists for quick reference.



Please check it out and let me know of any mistakes. I also need to know the pitch slider bearings. I couldnt find them anywhere and i am not at home.



Also this is for the Original (Legend, wait for it.....dairy, as we have seem to be calling it) Rush 700-750 with the newer style OWB.



Once I get the info I will update this for the Rush Evolution.



And if everybody agrees, maybe we can get the Moderators to sticky this thread to keep it at the top.

That's good to have, thanks
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