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Old 1st August 2013, 04:46 PM   #91
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Originally Posted by soundchaser001 View Post

Is that an exploded parts list/diagram of an RB300 I see in the background? Can I get a copy if it is? I am a vinylengine site member and have not seen it there.

Nice work and thanks

hey matt
yes i downloaded it from a uk based site but can't remember the name.
i'll have a look for the sheet and let you know.
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I think it was this website:


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Old 1st August 2013, 06:02 PM   #94
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yes thats the one , thank you sigfire for posting this link.
saves me some work and helps matt .
good stuff.

ps sorry i haven't posted any updates in my arm rewire but i've been loving the mods so much that every night i spend 3 to 5 hours listening .
this path i took was the best improvement and shock as how good it turned out.
worth every hour of work and every dollar it cost.
i love the rewire upgrade.
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Yes, Heybrook were an English company who made a lot of well respected and loved equipment.
Wasn't Heybrook based in Glasgow/Scotland (like Linn too)?
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