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pizzaman383
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#11: Post by pizzaman383 »

The original Victoria Arduino Athena Leva group I obtained only showed minor marking through four years of daily use. One time during my group modification experimentation I managed to knock the ring which caused rubbing between several parts. The condor group replacement parts I purchased were not perfect and needed minor modification to eliminate rubbing.
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#12: Post by kowalej (original poster) »

pizzaman383 wrote:I have seen a fair bit of variation in the brass group parts. In addition, the brass ring loop can be deformed by rough handling. I have needed to tap and file the ring to eliminate rubbing.
I'm assuming you are referring to this part:



If it was warped, it would influence the way the fork of the handle sits within the group housing.

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#13: Post by RyanP »

drH wrote:Does this happen to Londinium owners?
I've owned two and have never experienced it with either of them

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#14: Post by pizzaman383 »

kowalej wrote:I'm assuming you are referring to this part:

If it was warped, it would influence the way the fork of the handle sits within the group housing.
Correct
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“Taste every shot before adding milk!”