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The spring is okay but having less pressure is good so I recommend putting a part in there. This one works good. You may have to tweak it 0.5mm or so either way but it should fine with any Olsson block or block v3 on the non-plus printers. I printed this part in ABS as it does get a bit hot up in there. The window is fantastic improvement over ultimakers opaque aluminum:

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/um2-spring-replacement

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I just bought this metal ring for a few euros from 3dprima for my um2go. No issues.

Edit: well, yes, cannot see the bowden through aluminum but I kinda developed a feel for knowing when it is inserted right.

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