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I don't have parts to look at, does anybody know if the ports are the same size, same bolt holes between series 1 and 2? I know the ports have a different spacing, just trying to figure out if I'm better off trying to find flanges for the series 1 or if the series 2 will fit once modified.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2015 6:10 pm 
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Sorry Matt, I can't say for sure they're the same but they're awfully close. Yes the spacing is different of course. It looks to me the bolt spacing is different too - like the bolt holes are rotated clockwise some from the Series II, if you see what I'm saying. I'd say you're better off finding Series I flanges, personally.

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