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john29

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T25 actuator
« on: 11:35, Sun 01 January 2012 »
Hi, does anyone knows how much you can shorten the actuator arm  on a T25, before the actuator gets damaged?

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Re: T25 actuator
« Reply #1 on: 13:05, Sun 01 January 2012 »
Don't think your damage the actuator shortening the rod alot but if your having to do it alot then it sounds like you need a new stronger actuator
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Re: T25 actuator
« Reply #2 on: 15:09, Sun 01 January 2012 »
i thought that i may brake the spring by shortening it a lot,there are only a couple of turns left.

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Re: T25 actuator
« Reply #3 on: 20:50, Sun 01 January 2012 »
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i thought that i may brake the spring by shortening it a lot,there are only a couple of turns left.

I don't think your break it, you'll be putting it ubder alot more tension though. As say if your having to adjust it that much sounds like you need a stronger actuator
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Re: T25 actuator
« Reply #4 on: 21:55, Sun 01 January 2012 »
ok,got it thanks mate!