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I cut the tubing for run from the motor to the hotend to 3 1/2 inches (89 mm), which is very slightly too short - 3 9/16 (90.5 mm) would probably be better. The guide just shows “…” right now.
I don’t see a way to edit my previous comment to add this: I also found myself using an adjustable wrench, and a larger allen wrench than the 3 included on a number of steps. I don’t have a ready way to check the size on the allen wrench I needed, but it was the one for all the M5 fasteners.
It may be that the pliers will work in place of the adjustable wrench in a pinch. I tend to mangle things whenever I attempt that feat, though.
None of the steps indicate that the threaded risers visible in Step 7 should be installed.
A drill bit for deburring the top plate rail holes is later required, but not listed here. 5/32 worked for me, but I think any split point bit between 9/64 and 1/4 would have worked.
This guide lists “M3 x 10mm threaded stand-off” in Step 4, but the packaging calls that “M3 x 10mm Threaded Spacer”
I don’t see anything in the directions indicating how to tell which motors are 1.8 degree motors. I googled the 2 model numbers on the motors, and didn’t see anything related. I did eventually find on Shengyang Motor’s website that the “42BYGH” series is 1.8 degrees, and “42BYGE” series is 0.9 degrees.