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Old 11-11-2011, 08:51 AM   #1771
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thanks, I just had a look as well, and according to amains site, the longer rear dex410 ones are compatible with the dex210, so will order some when in stock.

the original 210 setup just seem like a pain in the backside to change upper shock positions. Might just change the lock-nut for a regular nut, which sits inside the mount itself.
They might fit, but look at the option parts listed under the 210 on the Team Durango. They only show the shorter mount. I just go by what they recommend.
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no screws. full droop.

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How much rear droop are people running in the rear? I have the rear droop screws all the way in and I think it could do with a bit more.
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You will need the long version (DEX410 REAR) for front and rear mount.

Waiting patiently for stock...

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can anyone confirm the quick release shock mounts from the original dex410 will fit the 210?
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Old 11-11-2011, 09:26 AM   #1774
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such as..... ?

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They may fit, I don't know myself, but I would NOT go based on what amain says. They have all KINDS of parts listed for 210 that are totally incompatible with the 210.
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Old 11-11-2011, 09:38 AM   #1775
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the "groove" exist in the "gap" after installing the thrust bearings inside the outdrive. Made sure the thrust bearings are seated correctly and the whole unit (3 piece) is all the way in. When installing the cir-clip / snap ring (best to do it with some proper cir-clip pliers, but can be achieved without.. just have to be careful to not bend the cir-clip out of shape) it will spring back on itself, thus filling the gap and effectively "closes" and locking the thrust bearing in place. The circlip has a different edge on either side. One is slightly rounded/ beveled from production press, and the other side is flat. Make sure the rounded side is facing towards the thrust cage washer.



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All right, I admit I am not an expert on ball difs and want to make sure I do it right. The Durango diff is a little different than the Losi diff I have experience with. I am a little confused on how to properly install the snap ring. I did not see a groove or anything for it to fit in, but I am pretty sure I did everything right. The diff feels nice and smooth and before I go any further I want to make sure it is right. Someone please give me some good instructions or a video of how to do this diff correctly. I know the Durango is a little different and want to make sure it is right?
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TD330032 REAR.

210 parts listing from Team-Durango direct:

http://www.team-durango.com/parts.ph...=p12&scat=s100



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They might fit, but look at the option parts listed under the 210 on the Team Durango. They only show the shorter mount. I just go by what they recommend.
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Old 11-11-2011, 10:09 AM   #1777
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Losi Parts House has 6 210s in stock !
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the "groove" exist in the "gap" after installing the thrust bearings inside the outdrive. Made sure the thrust bearings are seated correctly and the whole unit (3 piece) is all the way in. When installing the cir-clip / snap ring (best to do it with some proper cir-clip pliers, but can be achieved without.. just have to be careful to not bend the cir-clip out of shape) it will spring back on itself, thus filling the gap and effectively "closes" and locking the thrust bearing in place. The circlip has a different edge on either side. One is slightly rounded/ beveled from production press, and the other side is flat. Make sure the rounded side is facing towards the thrust cage washer.


Ok, I believe I got everything together correctly then. I was just putting it together based on 'common sense" I guess. I am going to finish the build tonight and I will find out tomorrow I guess!


What is a good wt. to start out with as far as shock oil goes? Is there a baseline setup for th shocks???
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Losi Parts House has 6 210s in stock !
OK I'm happy for those still waiting for kits, but isn't time to quit putting out kits & use those parts to suport those of us trying to race with the kits we already have?
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I hear ya . Same thing happened when the 410 came out and the TLR22 . I want the 210 now but I`m unpatiently waiting to buy a 210 til parts are available .
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HRP got a huge shipment in so look for parts to be back in stock in days
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My buddy is a Durango dealer and he can`t even get the car yet since he didn`t pre-order Hopefully HRP will start stocking them soon .
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HRP got a huge shipment in so look for parts to be back in stock in days
So when will you be stocked up Dave?
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Any 210 kits in stock in the UK or other european country? I just need one kit
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So when will you be stocked up Dave?
I have a good order going in Monday, parts in Wednesday. I'll be getting the website updated for all Durango parts this Sunday
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