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Appeal to NYC regional teams

Hi,

Our team ordered a 3/4" bore 6" stroke cylinder from the UK's Bimba distributor. They had to order it in especially from the US so it took about 3 weeks to arrive, however when it did arrive there was a BIG dent in the side, rendering it inoperable.

I was wondering if any of the teams at the NYC regional (which we are attending), could buy one for us or supply us with a spare. We'll pay for it, no probs, but we cant order another in time.

Thanks for your help

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Hello,

I am from team 481, and we would be glad to lend you one of ours if we have one. Im not at school so i cant check right now.
Does it have to be 3/4 bore 6"long? There is more likelyness that we will have something close to that, but not on the dot.


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yep thats the spec, thanks for you help
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Will pass the request

I'll pass the request to all the teams I know-
I'm sure someone local can come up wth severalcylinders.


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Team 481 has a 1 1/2" bore, 6" throw. Let us know if you think that might work.

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Thanks for your offer eric. However we have designed around a 3/4" bore and i dont think a 1.5" bore one will fit.

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