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Old 02-17-2012, 07:15 PM   #4456
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WOW, thanks for the comments guys, You have put a big smile on my face

Really pleased to see people are buying them off tresrey-usa, I know the cost of postage has been a problem in the past. Lets hope this get my products selling on your side of the pond
I dont even have my 210 anymore, and I still want one, they are that cool. The difference is Cream, you did (do) it right, and if the others were smart, they would be copying you..
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WOW, thanks for the comments guys, You have put a big smile on my face

Really pleased to see people are buying them off tresrey-usa, I know the cost of postage has been a problem in the past. Lets hope this get my products selling on your side of the pond

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Any plans on making a nice gearbox/rear link brace?
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Old 02-17-2012, 08:32 PM   #4458
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Anyone know of aluminum stearing knuckles? I broke 2 today and was wondering if there is going to be an alternative to the out of stock plastic ones. I know there is one fix (better driving) but thought it would be worth a shot to see if anyone else knew of anything.
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Old 02-17-2012, 08:38 PM   #4459
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Can you guys tell me what it takes to make the 210 take the rims from a b4.1? I have the standards and hex but would prefer to run hexes. thank you
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Can you guys tell me what it takes to make the 210 take the rims from a b4.1? I have the standards and hex but would prefer to run hexes. thank you
By using the axle by Tresrey, you can run the B4.1 wheels that use bearings. I am not aware of a front hex conversion.
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By using the axle by Tresrey, you can run the B4.1 wheels that use bearings. I am not aware of a front hex conversion.
is there a way to convert the rear to hexes?
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Old 02-17-2012, 08:47 PM   #4462
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is there a way to convert the rear to hexes?
It already has hexes. If you mean 12mm hexes you can run the JC B4.1 clamping hex and then use 22/B4.1 hex wheels.
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It already has hexes. If you mean 12mm hexes you can run the JC B4.1 clamping hex and then use 22/B4.1 hex wheels.
perfect, that's what I needed to know. Thanks Jmuck
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Old 02-17-2012, 10:47 PM   #4464
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Old 02-18-2012, 05:12 AM   #4466
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Right - wheels! DE or 'rango and why? Would like some tips from any of you guys that have tried both. Never mind the design, I'm talking quality.
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Right - wheels! DE or 'rango and why? Would like some tips from any of you guys that have tried both. Never mind the design, I'm talking quality.
The DE wheels are nice, but I had no problems with the Durango wheels.
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Right - wheels! DE or 'rango and why? Would like some tips from any of you guys that have tried both. Never mind the design, I'm talking quality.
I have the DE rims and the faux beadlock cracks easily. I haven't had any accidents and yet 2 cracked. If I was starting over I'd choose the durango rims plus they cost less than the DE.
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I have the DE rims and the faux beadlock cracks easily. I haven't had any accidents and yet 2 cracked. If I was starting over I'd choose the durango rims plus they cost less than the DE.
Thanks for the replies guys! I am in fact starting over. Going from AE to Durango. I know I could modify my 210 and 410 to use my old Rulux wheels, but most of the tires are pretty much worn down anyway. Might as well start from scratch.
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Oh - and another thing: Are we all using low profile servos? I'm building MM4, battery up front. Will a standard servo fit that setup?
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