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If it wasn’t done correctly (or at all) you won’t be able to fit all 23 rollers in there. I would ask him.
You may want to verify that it was sized. You’ll sure be able to fit 23 in there if it is worn and not sized.
You also won’t fit 23 oversized rollers in there if he sized it for those.
Well worth asking.
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You may want to verify that it was sized. You’ll sure be able to fit 23 in there if it is worn and not sized.
You also won’t fit 23 oversized rollers in there if he sized it for those.
Well worth asking.
Since it is a new bearing shell in the case, it should go back to stock factory size, I would think.

Does the end of the MS change size too? (I would think it would, but is it significant?)

My indie guy is really good, but I will go over everything we can think of.
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New race needs to be sized.
Yes your m/s needs to be mic’d.
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