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Old 04-21-2012, 05:51 PM   #5476
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if I remember correctly, those spacers were on the gearbox parts tree
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Old 04-21-2012, 06:07 PM   #5477
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if I remember correctly, those spacers were on the gearbox parts tree
I thinks that sounds right..
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Old 04-21-2012, 06:09 PM   #5478
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use online manual, I did this a couple of weeks ago, its a -4 if I remember correctly.
It appears to be a number 4 from a completely different parts tree. if that ends up being the case Durango really needs to reprint an up to date manual.

Found 310257-4 X2 that fit perfectly. Gear Box tree. Yup, your right. How maddening.....
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It appears to be a number 4 from a completely different parts tree. if that ends up being the case Durango really needs to reprint an up to date manual.

Found 310257-4 X2 that fit perfectly. Gear Box tree. Yup, your right. How maddening.....
Dont worry J, once you drive it, you forget all about this day...
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Old 04-21-2012, 06:28 PM   #5480
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Dont worry J, once you drive it, you forget all about this day...
I've already driven one that is dialed for OC/RC, it is a great car I already know, Was going to go back to Kyosho, but after driving this one, no way would I go back, I like the RB5 Alot, but I like this one a heck of alot better. The manual however...... needs work, badly. Being a technical writer for computers, this makes me cringe. Now release the Stadium truck, the class is exploding in LA since the 22T was released. 3 heats of stock stadium truck last wednesday night. Was a beautiful thing, SC is slowly going to nothing but mod and beginner class, 3 heats of mod SC, 1 heat with 5 drivers of stock SC 2 wheel drive.
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Has anyone tried saddle with one all the way up to the servo and the other saddle all the way back under the chassis brace? More weight on both axles? I might try it tomorrow
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Looking to buy a dex 210. Can't find one anywhere. Anybody have a nip ?
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Has anyone tried saddle with one all the way up to the servo and the other saddle all the way back under the chassis brace? More weight on both axles? I might try it tomorrow
A few local guys did it and liked it, and it's easy enought to try.
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Losi Parts House and RcMart has in stock
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Looking to buy a dex 210. Can't find one anywhere. Anybody have a nip ?
Use the online manual to build. had nothing but headaches with the manual that came with y kit.
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Hey guys, I am experiencin some chatter from the rear wheels on steady throttle when lifted off the bench. Never really noticed it before. I checked the hub / cvd assembly replaced bearing and no dice. I am thinking its the outdrive wearing out a bit. Thoughts?
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Check the droop screw. I had it where I left the screw out and it chattered.
I incountered the same problem on my build, but added the droop screws but did not level the arms out enough. Once i did that, problem solved.
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ya the manual is really bad iv been doing this for 20 years the toughest build yet even over 1/8 scale most things you got to figure out your self.but the car works really good.
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I incountered the same problem on my build, but added the droop screws but did not level the arms out enough. Once i did that, problem solved.

+1. The noise drove me crazy at first. I was getting ready to take the diff apart then I played with the drive axle alignment then Wallah noise went away. I removed them because I wasn't using them but that little difference will make the axles chatter!
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Old 04-22-2012, 09:05 AM   #5490
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ya the manual is really bad iv been doing this for 20 years the toughest build yet even over 1/8 scale most things you got to figure out your self.but the car works really good.
Only worse manual is the Schumacher Cougar manual. It wouldnt really be all that difficult for them to just take the pdf they already have on their website and use it as the manual. Maybe they are in newer kits, mine didnt even have you installing the two small braces under the back top deck. Very bad. However with that said using all the on-line tools, the build from then on out went perfectly, however I did find I am missing more parts. One other thing, does anyone else notice there is alot of front to back play on the suspension mounts when the car is installed?
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