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Old 02-17-2014, 07:15 PM
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i have a friend here with a surpercharge apex and he srtip a set of whall no slip spoket now he change for a set of avid and his shaft slip inside the sprokets and he is only stage 1 somebody have a clue for strongest sprokets or experiment this probleme before .
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Old 02-17-2014, 07:25 PM
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Just put a new set of Avids on my Apex. Running 15lbs of boost & zero issues. The only reason I changed the old avids is cause I let my track get to loose & rounded the anti ratchet nubs off.

Might give Avid a call they may have grabbed the wrong set off the shelf.
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i found this somebody try Aluminum Hex Locking Hubs from wahl
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Ran mine at 22lbs of boost and never had a problem, unless I let the track get loose. Never ever spun a driver on the shaft.
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