Lenco V-block (set of 2)

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Lenco V-block (set of 2)
(15 customer reviews)

 37,19 ( 45,00 incl. VAT)

Upgrade / Replacement of V-Block Bearings in Lenco Tonearms  L75, L76 & L78 and Goldring Lenco.
A common problem with Lenco turntables is the fragility of the tone arm bearings. All Lenco bearings show degradation and for correct functioning of your Lenco tonearm it is neccesary to replace them.

The V-Block are made of one of the best materials available: Tungsten Steel. Tungsten is one of the hardest materials available and offers excellent hardness and durabilty. This is the best material to replace the olde V-blocks. The V-blocks are press-fit and easy to replace without the need of extra tools. Check here how to install the V-blocks in your Lenco tonearm.

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15 reviews for Lenco V-block (set of 2)

  1. Henri Vogels

    Bedankt voor de snelle levering.
    V blokjes passen perfect, Lenco werkt weer 100%
    Zeer tevreden.

  2. Torsten Brodersen

    no pin below the V – block for a better fixation is existing

  3. Rasschaert Guido

    Merkbaar betere klank met deze block’s . Het kan aan mijn vingers liggen , maar ik had wel wat moeite om de block’s te plaatsen , maar is wel gelukt .
    De speling van de arm is ook terug normaal .

  4. Gyula S.

    Quality as expexted. Block fits excellent.

  5. Lucien Binard

    Grote verbetering tov oude rubber v blokjes , zeker zijn prijs waard.Eigenaardig, maar gekraak van mijn oude lp’s
    is nu minder.Ik gebruik nog steeds mijn oorspronkelijke pickering v-15 cel .

  6. Frederik Lessens

    Met succes deze V-bocks geplaatst. De naaldarm kan weer perfect worden uitgebalanceerd !

  7. Randall Ferino

  8. Erwin Hoekstra

  9. Sebastiaan Scholten

    De blokjes passen perfect en de speling is weg

  10. Anonymous

    block’s waren makkelijk te plaatsen en waren snel geleverd, bedankt voor de service.

  11. Michael Schuchmann

    Installation is not that easy. The blocks on my tonearm column are 0.5mm too high, even though I have pressed them in completely. The tonearm column cover then prevents the tonearm from moving. An adjustment of the semicircular fastening nut was necessary in order to give the tonearm its freedom of movement again. The function of the blocks is very good.

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