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Old 04-09-2012, 09:10 PM   #5281
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Anyone know if the B4 Lunsford tie rods will work on the buggy? they look like they are just a tad bit longer and can be shaved down a bit.

Didn't want to drop $80 on a complete T.I. kit.
I have both ti kits for my 210 & 410v3. I wouldn't use anything else. You get cups, balls, and turnbuckles ..
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In case no one noticed....Tower Hobbies has a bunch of Durango parts in stock now....if you are need of a trans case or gear cover for the 210....they're in stock too http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&G=&U=Y&M=&P=7
Thanks for the heads up Steve, I just ordered a few things to put in my stock!
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Old 04-10-2012, 06:24 AM   #5283
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I have both ti kits for my 210 & 410v3. I wouldn't use anything else. You get cups, balls, and turnbuckles ..
You also get that classic Lunsford turn buckle wrench and stickers.
Did I mention stickers? I love stickers...
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Hello everybody.

I was changing my DEX210 diff with the geared one I'd just recieved and I noticed the pins in the driveshafts were out of alignment.

I've only had one proper day of racing with this buggy, and i thought that was a bit early for that kind of wear.

Is it something that has been noticed before in this tread? I haven't been keeping op since it came past 180 pages 8)

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Hello everybody.

I was changing my DEX210 diff with the geared one I'd just recieved and I noticed the pins in the driveshafts were out of alignment.

I've only had one proper day of racing with this buggy, and i thought that was a bit early for that kind of wear.

Is it something that has been noticed before in this tread? I haven't been keeping op since it came past 180 pages 8)

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Anyone know if the B4 Lunsford tie rods will work on the buggy? they look like they are just a tad bit longer and can be shaved down a bit.

Didn't want to drop $80 on a complete T.I. kit.
Don't need to. Get the regular tie rods from lunsford they last a long time and dont pop off easy and are smooth... its cheap for a pack of 12.

Missed one thing though. You might need to get smaller ball studs to go with them.
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heat gun.....hammer.....done.
That kit is brand new. I would call for a replacement, then try to repair while the replacement is shipped. Just saying.
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Got them straight and true again with some pliers.
I don't really want to try and contact this and them when it comes to RC. I'd much rather just fix it.
I was just wondering if this was something that had been seen alot.

Thanks for all the responses though
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Don't need to. Get the regular tie rods from lunsford they last a long time and dont pop off easy and are smooth... its cheap for a pack of 12.

Missed one thing though. You might need to get smaller ball studs to go with them.
Get the whole kit, why hassle looking for bits and peices. It comes with turnbuckles, ballstuds, and ball cups. Nice and Ti-tanium.. Nuff said..
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New Finnisher paint job for this weekend's J Concepts race.

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New Finnisher paint job for this weekend's J Concepts race.

Brilliant work!!! tired of the flame body paint jobs by now!!
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Ya that body is pretty sweet like its vintage look
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I took the idea from another member who had the Honda Repsol theme on his 1.8th scale nitro body, which looked better.

I had a friend from work paint this one and the Bulldog body for the 410. He said he messed up the lines (was going to curve at the bottom more) but I really like it.

Picking up the bodies on Thursday and will have mounted pictures then. Thinking about dying some white wheels orange too. Maybe painting just the faces.

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Hello everybody.

I was changing my DEX210 diff with the geared one I'd just recieved and I noticed the pins in the driveshafts were out of alignment.

I've only had one proper day of racing with this buggy, and i thought that was a bit early for that kind of wear.

Is it something that has been noticed before in this tread? I haven't been keeping op since it came past 180 pages 8)
do you mean the gear diff is out for this now ? i have been holding off as i dont like ball diffs but if gear diffs are out i am interested for sure
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