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Thumbs up Recommendation For Those Having Issues Cabling a REV Robotics Lift Kit

Our team was initially struggling with cabling a REV Robotics Single Stage 1" Lift Kit, but it appears the solution was to use eyehooks/eyelets instead of pillow blocks and V Groove Bearings. It solved our main issues and had our elevator working relatively quickly. I'd recommend teams having the same issues to do what we did. Hope this helps.
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Re: Recommendation For Those Having Issues Cabling a REV Robotics Lift Kit

We are looking to solve our issues with the lift kit. Can you send pictures or a more detailed explanation of your solution? I am the mentor for Team 6584. Thank you. dgeiser@academyoftheholycross.org
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