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Old 04-17-2012, 11:20 AM   #5011
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Im sorry if this has been asked, but what is the eta on green DD's for the sc?

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Old 04-17-2012, 11:47 AM   #5012
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Yes but what did he run at the Clash '11, and the Reedy race? We all know his results in those races.
Stock wheels, but that doesn't hold water considering I beat him at the 2011 Clash in 2wd.... Actually they only tested the hex wheels in practice and raced with the stock wheels during the Cactus; so Durango's poor performance was not do to wheels. They just had a rough weekend as we all do from time to time .

With all that said, there are no plans at this moment for Mono wheels for the Durango 210.

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Im sorry if this has been asked, but what is the eta on green DD's for the sc?
I believe more have shipped out to dealers recently, but not sure when we will have full inventory again.
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Use a set of the JConcepts new Pressure points for my Sc for the first time ...(gold)

Kudo's JC , a great product ....
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B4 battery straps ready yet
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Old 04-17-2012, 01:04 PM   #5015
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B4 battery straps ready yet
Yep...Been on the site for a week

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Release of pressure points for Stadium truck?
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Old 04-17-2012, 01:18 PM   #5017
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Release of pressure points for Stadium truck?
No ETA yet...
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I did that as well, just asking about screws. I don't think I stripped out the threads; even if I did it is just the first thread since the short screws still thread in from the other side of the hole. Probably be easier for me to just find screws at eh LHS.
JConcepts contacted me to get my receipt and are shipping out new front adapters. GREAT SERVICE!!!

Question for those of you who have gotten replacements: are the screws longer?
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JConcepts contacted me to get my receipt and are shipping out new front adapters. GREAT SERVICE!!!

Question for those of you who have gotten replacements: are the screws longer?
Mine came with the short bolt.
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What's the most uniform way of removing/wearing down the bars on V1 barcodes?

Scissors?
Dremel?
Spinning the wheels on concrete?
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What's the most uniform way of removing/wearing down the bars on V1 barcodes?

Scissors?
Dremel?
Spinning the wheels on concrete?
belt sander if you have access to one
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What's the most uniform way of removing/wearing down the bars on V1 barcodes?

Scissors?
Dremel?
Spinning the wheels on concrete?
drill press.

put an old axle in the chuck. screw tire on. spin. use sanding block to remove tread. Do it carefully or you will slick the tires.
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drill press.

put an old axle in the chuck. screw tire on. spin. use sanding block to remove tread. Do it carefully or you will slick the tires.
Is there a preferred grit of sand paper say 80 grit?
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Release of pressure points for Stadium truck?
What exactly is this?
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