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Posted · Spare Part

I had a quick look and I'm guessing only the pulleys, belts and bowden would fit on the UM2.

Which part is it that you need?

 

We have a voucher and were looking to use it for spare parts. Mainly the belts and the heater blocks as we saw those as the most likely to fail over time.

 

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Posted · Spare Part

I had a quick look and I'm guessing only the pulleys, belts and bowden would fit on the UM2.

Which part is it that you need?

 

Belts and pulleys are the wrong bits (MXL vs GT2). All spare-parts are UM-Origonal. The tube will be 2cm too short. (still fits, but will get a lot of stress in the far corner)

 

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Posted · Spare Part

Well I guess I'm full of shit then :) I'll edit my original post to avoid confusion.

Might be worth going through the descriptions for each item to make it clear for future visitors.

 

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