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Old 05-04-2019, 01:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Is this the correct team 719 for my 05' 700

Hi everyone.i found a old 719 for my tss98 on my 05 700 xc sp. I was wondering the newer part number is 420719.
This helix has a different part number as you can see. Is this the same 719 helix i need?
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Old 05-04-2019, 05:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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All i can say it should work pretty good for a ves 700 xc sp. Not sure what you mean by correct?
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Forgot to say this helix fits tss-98 team clutch.
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Old 05-05-2019, 12:51 AM   #4 (permalink)
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All i can say it should work pretty good for a ves 700 xc sp. Not sure what you mean by correct?
What i mean is, everyone lately says the 719 helix is part number 420719.
This helix has part number 1141-0062. Is this helix the same helix as the 420719? Are they the same helix? Is the 1141-0062 an old part number,and the 420719 a later newer part number?
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Suppose to be the same as far as i know.
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Suppose to be the same as far as i know.
Thanks my friend. I was thinking that. I see the angles are right on the box and on the helix. I was just wondering because the 420719 part number isn't on the box.
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The number looks right, the angle are right, if its 8 bolt and has the PERC notches then you got it.
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The number looks right, the angle are right, if its 8 bolt and has the PERC notches then you got it.
Sucks........ i went to buy it last week, and it was already sold.
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719 in a 8 bolt is very hard to find and they dont make them any longer. I looked a long time and never found one. Upgrade to a tss04 secondary and you can still buy new 719 4 bolt helixes.
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Old 05-16-2019, 03:02 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Imo, the tss-04 is only a lighter upgrade for these team rollers. They don't address their shortcomings. Get a tied and be done with it.
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