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    Reeds and cage differences?

    Iím nuts and bolts deep into a rebuild of my new x2 project. The 86 motor had reeds that werenít laying down all the way, and didnít have the stoppers. Iíve read that without those you have a greater change to break a reed or they wear out faster? So I got a stock set from a member on here, and they lay nice and flat, but I also have started to realize thereís a lot of differences in these reeds and cages?! What gives?! Iíve never looked at reeds never close, but these are very different... anyone know why?

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    Re: Reeds and cage differences?

    Never mind on the L-S parts, I finally got a hit using the search, if anyone is interested: http://http://www.pwctoday.com/showthread.php?t=260920




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    Re: Reeds and cage differences?

    The reeds without the stops are dual stage reeds and probably Boysen.
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