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Old 06-08-2013, 05:44 PM   #1
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Fitting a offshore midsection

Hi does anyone know if the midsections from either a xr2 or 2.5l offshore will fit onto a 225optimax 3l???

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Do you know what offshore midsection will fit by any chance? Thanks Dave
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I think a 300 Promax would fit, but it requires a different sandwhich plate (I think). As far as I am aware, what you have on your 225 is exactly whats on a 300xs.
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I think a 300 Promax would fit, but it requires a different sandwhich plate (I think). As far as I am aware, what you have on your 225 is exactly whats on a 300xs.
Cheers Captain.........so what I'm after then is a xs midsection? Thanks Dave
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You need a Promax 300 or 300X mid section. Pm 'Scooby Hugh' he's doing the same conversion
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Thanks for that, I will when I work out how to do it lol
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Thanks for that, I will when I work out how to do it lol
I've sent him a pm thanks for your help :-)
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