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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-09-2007, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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bare wire on stator

So upon sending my parts to get powder coated by Tripage, he noticed that there is some exposed wire on the stator (I think I might've nicked the wire when cutting the allen bolt) So, do any of you know if this will be a problem? If so is there any way to solve it besides buying a new stator?

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Good news is I got the bolts off....I don't think the bare wire will be an issue, I see em all the time from the factory where a "wire barb" poked through the coating.
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Good looking out doofie. One more reason to use TripageLED for all your PC'ing needs! (Mine are on the way next week hopefully!)

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It won't hurt it.
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its fine like that hehe, its just copper wire wrapped around a big magnet.
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excellent....I was worried when he told me. Glad to know you managed to get those suckers off doofie. :)
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Good looking out doofie. One more reason to use TripageLED for all your PC'ing needs! (Mine are on the way next week hopefully!)

What are you getting powder coated...T doesn't tell me what's comin' he just says DO IT...AND HURRY UP @SS CLOWN!!!
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