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    Coming up on time to start ordering parts for pit rebuilding. Ive been out of the mechanic scene for a couple of years until this fall. I looked back at previous topics on the front roller links. I am very interested on how the greaseless links are working

    The only place I have seen them is in Eastern Catalog.

    The Stahls links with replaceable bushings look to be ok though.

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    The problem with the stahls links is you have to be EXTREAMLY careful when you put the pin in, or you end up pushing the bushings to 1 side.

    The enviro's seem to me to be the best bet, unless you want to spend the money and go with the lifelong 1 peice roller. We have 1 in, had it for a year, and have had no problem. No maintaince required.

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      enviros are the solid nylon greaseless??

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        Call Ed Fox at EBN Services. He has a great envirolink to replace the brass one. It will be pretty much maintenanc free after that. I do not know his phone number of hand, but his website is ebnservices.com

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          Yes Eric...Its the green no lube one. Havent tried Ed's yet, but I would be happy to do so. Been extreamly happy with everything I have used so far!!

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          • #6
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            LIFELONG hingless front roller. No more links!!!!

            Call 'em up!

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              We love ours Joe....but they are a bit more expensive than 2 links, 4 pins, and 8 rollpins....lol

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                Thanks for the info guys

                Ill look into the hingeless also

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                • #9
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                  ebnservices.com is a great site, I will definitely try some of their products

                  Thanks

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                  • #10
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                    I spoke with Ed today,very helpful so I bought some of his products

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                      Originally posted by JimDorsin:
                      We love ours Joe....but they are a bit more expensive than 2 links, 4 pins, and 8 rollpins....lol
                      <font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Very true, LOL!!

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                        IMO, Ed Fox is one of the best there is. He does not cut corners for a fast buck and is truly an honest businessman
                        Yeah but, We've always done it that way.

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