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  1. #14
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    Do you remove the studs and springs to slide in the new comp ?

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    Yes, I pull the springs and studs to get the old one out, and the new one in. It adds a little time, but I think it makes the changeout go smoother. It also gives me a chance to look at the studs and springs. You would be suprised at how many times I find one or both broken. That's why I keep a spare spring kit on the truck.

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    I really like the DS model units. They have a solid plate that the Comp is mounted on. No fears of the Comp sliding off the rails.

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    Thats the new black cabinet units where you access the comp from the front of the unit ?
    I hate tge user interface on those units. It seems so slow and clumsy.
    I carry a Carlyse spring kit too.

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