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    Will a MPC2503 fit inside a MPC3503?

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    Re: Will a MPC2503 fit inside a MPC3503?

    Quote Originally Posted by fshead View Post
    when you swap in new drum do you much around with the lub bar spring?
    Yes. We do this no matter what. It would be dumb not to. They say "not to do this procedure" for the C3003/C3503/C3004/C3504, but we say screw that. Moving that spring is what gives those drums such a high lifetime (usually way over yield). Not moving the spring gives that drum anywhere from 1/10th to maybe 1/3rd expected yield. ALWAYS MOVE THE SPRING!

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    Re: Will a MPC2503 fit inside a MPC3503?

    Quote Originally Posted by FrohnB View Post
    Yes. We do this no matter what. It would be dumb not to. They say "not to do this procedure" for the C3003/C3503/C3004/C3504, but we say screw that. Moving that spring is what gives those drums such a high lifetime (usually way over yield). Not moving the spring gives that drum anywhere from 1/10th to maybe 1/3rd expected yield. ALWAYS MOVE THE SPRING!
    thanks..
    i didnt know if the mpc3004 had a larger lub bar...........

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