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Old 12-11-2011, 12:57 PM   #2641
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Does anybody have any idea when Durango is going to release differential outdrive spare parts? Mine have really started to gouge, and will soon be undriveable.... I don't want to have to wire up the B4 while I wait for outdrives. ugh. I only got about 5 race days on them and have about a 1mm gouge already.
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Old 12-11-2011, 01:08 PM   #2642
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jespares? never heard of them...
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In the UK great company real friendly and fast shipping at least to sweden.
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Thanx to the guys at Proving Grounds for posting these on thir Facebook. Northern Nationals up at PG in MI. Some of the fastest racers in the Midwest are there this weekend, Dakotah, Horne, etc. AE top gun Ryan Cavalieri is there. Amezcua and Wernimont aren't doing to bad with their 210's. I wish I could have attended this race but...


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[QUOTE=kwiksi;10023840]Thanx to the guys at Proving Grounds for posting these on thir Facebook. Northern Nationals up at PG in MI. Some of the fastest racers in the Midwest are there this weekend, Dakotah, Horne, etc. AE top gun Ryan Cavalieri is there. Amezcua and Wernimont aren't doing to bad with their 210's. I wish I could have attended this race but...
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Amezcua's setup would be nice!! Just to see where he is at with it.
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Old 12-11-2011, 04:13 PM   #2646
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I did get a few responses on these so here they are. Blank shock pistons for the Durango 1/10 Fat Shocks.

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Hey everyone, Im thinking of taking the plung into 10th scale buggy, and have it narrowed down between a 210 and a 22. I havent read through this entire thread yet, just a few threads here and there to get a feel for the 210.

This will be brand new to me, so im not really sure what im looking for. Almost everyone at my track runs a 22, with a couple b4's occasionally. I have always wanted to try a Durango, especially their 4x4 sct, but the reviews on durability kept me away.

Im looking to see how parts availability is, and how everyone's car has been holding up thus far. Also, I run on a large indoor clay track.

Im sure posting in this thread I will be pushed further towards a 210, but thats ok. I really want to try one, but my LHS doesnt carry durango parts, so I want to make sure I can easily get replacement parts as I need.
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Old 12-11-2011, 08:50 PM   #2648
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I'm in the process of my build and have come across an issue. On page 25 of the build manual it shows two spacers, 320128-6. If I put these in place the whole rear assembly won't sit down far enough. If I remove them, everything fits perfect. Am I doing something wrong?
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Old 12-11-2011, 09:02 PM   #2649
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I'm in the process of my build and have come across an issue. On page 25 of the build manual it shows two spacers, 320128-6. If I put these in place the whole rear assembly won't sit down far enough. If I remove them, everything fits perfect. Am I doing something wrong?
The printed manual has a number of misprints and issues.

The part you want to use is 310257-4.

I highly recommend downloading the online version as a number of problems like this have been corrected.
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I highly recommend downloading the online version as a number of problems like this have been corrected.
What he said...
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First...where is the best place to get parts? A-Main is out of stock on alot of stuff for the DEX210.

Second...If anyone is on the fence about this buggy, don't be. I just beat a heard of Losi 22's first time out at my local track. I hated the #4 trailing front hub so I flipped the front block over for inline and it was perfect. 40wt Losi oil all around with the stock springs and pistons and it was dialed. Now if I can just get parts.
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First...where is the best place to get parts? A-Main is out of stock on alot of stuff for the DEX210.

Second...If anyone is on the fence about this buggy, don't be. I just beat a heard of Losi 22's first time out at my local track. I hated the #4 trailing front hub so I flipped the front block over for inline and it was perfect. 40wt Losi oil all around with the stock springs and pistons and it was dialed. Now if I can just get parts.
what was it that you didnt like about the 4 trailing?
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The printed manual has a number of misprints and issues.

The part you want to use is 310257-4.

I highly recommend downloading the online version as a number of problems like this have been corrected.
Cool, thanks for the info.
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Hey everyone, Im thinking of taking the plung into 10th scale buggy, and have it narrowed down between a 210 and a 22. I havent read through this entire thread yet, just a few threads here and there to get a feel for the 210.

This will be brand new to me, so im not really sure what im looking for. Almost everyone at my track runs a 22, with a couple b4's occasionally. I have always wanted to try a Durango, especially their 4x4 sct, but the reviews on durability kept me away.

Im looking to see how parts availability is, and how everyone's car has been holding up thus far. Also, I run on a large indoor clay track.

Im sure posting in this thread I will be pushed further towards a 210, but thats ok. I really want to try one, but my LHS doesnt carry durango parts, so I want to make sure I can easily get replacement parts as I need.
There are a few replys to several people asking this same question a few pages back. Have a browse there, but I think that local parts and track side help goes a long way , saying that I was the only one with a 210 at my track now there are a couple. I love my buggy
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what was it that you didnt like about the 4 trailing?
Pushed terrible, very wide on the turns. Inline turns on a dime.
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