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Old August 2nd, 2017, 06:17 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by MachV View Post
The mounts were moved outside so the wheels can channel in the center. It's not about a lower deck height. You can never be lower than the wheel.
Definitely it's not about lower deck height... AND totally agree that you can never be lower than the wheel which is my point with the "channel"... why make a "channel" if the boot is still going to be placed in the same space? The wheel is not really going through the channel. The 2 bolt Trinity block on the boot, occupies the same spot as the regular 1 bolt front block. So if the front wheel is not going through the channel, than I don't see the point of the Trinity front block.
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