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Old 10-17-2017, 07:43 AM   #19681
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any of you guys have some v2 side pods you don't need?

I have some extra parts i could send your way... have a complete diff that needs a rebuild...
If you're looking for these...

CHASSIS SIDE POD SET (+8mm) from Team Durango, TD320215

Then I've got a new set still in the package. Where are you located?
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Old 10-17-2017, 05:38 PM   #19682
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If you're looking for these...

CHASSIS SIDE POD SET (+8mm) from Team Durango, TD320215

Then I've got a new set still in the package. Where are you located?
vancouver bc canada..... anything you might need? i have a decent parts stash. lots of wheels.



if i don't go camping/fishing this weekend. friday evening would be my dex's maiden voyage... practice friday, and saturday her first race.
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Old 10-17-2017, 05:43 PM   #19683
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vancouver bc canada..... anything you might need? i have a decent parts stash. lots of wheels.



if i don't go camping/fishing this weekend. friday evening would be my dex's maiden voyage... practice friday, and saturday her first race.
Oh no worries man I have too many parts as it is haha. It's a good problem to have though. I'll pm you in a bit and we can work it out just pay for shipping and we're good
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Old 10-17-2017, 07:23 PM   #19684
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thanks again ebbtide.

so much love on this thread.
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Old 10-17-2017, 07:25 PM   #19685
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The DESC410V2 body looks identical to the one for the DESC210.
The V2 didnít come with a body, but the obvious choice is the DESC410R, which is what Iím referring to. The DESC210R has a very distinctive looking body that in my opinion is just awesome.

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Old 10-17-2017, 10:16 PM   #19686
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You're right but the DESC410RV2 came with a body. Too many DESC410 models..

DESC410 CLEAR BODY SET (V2)(Includes DECALS & MASKS) from Team Durango, TD402029

I have the OG DESC410 body on my Tekno. It's so clunky and crappy but I like it.
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Old 10-19-2017, 06:38 PM   #19687
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question gents, and this could be an assembly issue.

with this exotek chassis +8mm, the motor plate does not make contact with the chassis itself. mid motor.

I didn't pay attention to this when I disassembled the two rollers i bought. But this seems peculiar to say the least. I have already 'braced' the diff case as its one of the mods I picked up here...... but wouldnt that space between the plate and chassis contribute to breaking the diff case itself?

is this space between chassis and plate normal? or am I missing something?
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is this space between chassis and plate normal? or am I missing something?
A small gap is normal. I wouldn't worry about it breaking if you have the v2 gear box and/or you have the ball stud mounts braced.
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Old 10-20-2017, 09:24 AM   #19689
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You're right but the DESC410RV2 came with a body. Too many DESC410 models..

DESC410 CLEAR BODY SET (V2)(Includes DECALS & MASKS) from Team Durango, TD402029

I have the OG DESC410 body on my Tekno. It's so clunky and crappy but I like it.
Lol agreed. It was an adventure trying to track down all the different bodyís for this project. Thatís why I tried to just stick with included kit bodyís. Whatís really strange is that the R designation depicts the full competition version for some models, but on the DESC410 and DEX410, it is more of a sport model. Ridiculous.
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Old 10-20-2017, 09:31 AM   #19690
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question gents, and this could be an assembly issue.

with this exotek chassis +8mm, the motor plate does not make contact with the chassis itself. mid motor.

I didn't pay attention to this when I disassembled the two rollers i bought. But this seems peculiar to say the least. I have already 'braced' the diff case as its one of the mods I picked up here...... but wouldnt that space between the plate and chassis contribute to breaking the diff case itself?

is this space between chassis and plate normal? or am I missing something?
The gap is normal as Kremzeek said. And using the exotek flite motor plate, there is an even bigger gap lol. I have yet to bust a gearbox but I did get a chassis annihilated from a rear end hit.
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I melted a gear box on my SC due to an outdrive bearing failing during a race.
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dex210 buggy with laydown transmission . Trans fits with same chassis holes ,only gotta drill for waterfall.
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thanks for the answers kremzeek and ebbtide.
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Teaser ,just a few , when done ill have more
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dex210 buggy with laydown transmission . Trans fits with same chassis holes ,only gotta drill for waterfall.
Is that a PRS1 laydown? Are you using a TD diff?
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