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    just open the reverse door on my place and noticed that my nylon bushings are pushing out. also the pin in the front does not follow the contour of the nozzle. there is a gradual curve on the nozzle but the pin sticks up in the way at the front half, smooth at the rear. being its a straight cut, and how it came from place, it works fine. well maybe as ive never known a different way. on a less than 400HP BBF with a back cut A imp would these things make any noticeable difference if i clearenced them?
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    Not really, but it also sure couldn't hurt anything.

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    kinda what i figured. just thought i should ask. the pin seems ok but what pushes out those bushings? might have to buy a new set soon as i wouldnt want to wear metal components on each other

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    Can't really tell in the pic. Are you sure the bushings aren't in backwards? I did that once and it pushed em out.
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    i doubt it. ive never had it apart. it came assembled and i just put the pins in and hooked up the lines. i bought if from tom at JBP. maybe i pull it apart and check

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    I doubt it, Tom seems to know what he's doing.
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    There not in backwards, you can trim them down if u want, I like to think every little bit helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun View Post
    There not in backwards, you can trim them down if u want, I like to think every little bit helps.
    I replaced mine and cut them down half way.
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