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Old 06-07-2012, 04:43 PM   #6451
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just want to give some props to tresrey usa, placed an order tonight and less than 2 hours later it was shipped.
Thanks Matt! We try our best to ship the day orders are placed. USPS Priority makes sure you should see parts within 2-3 days.

As always if you have any questions/concerns/comments about our products don't hesitate to send me a PM. Don't forget Tresrey also carries the products from 8-racing and Cream for your 210 as well
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Old 06-07-2012, 06:10 PM   #6452
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I recieved my Tresrey package in two days. Awesome..! I just finished installing my Tresrey SP Gt 2.0, and my chassis buttons. I will pop on the 8 racing tower tomorrow. Now I cant wait for Sunday. My first outdoor race with my 210. Oh boy..
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Naked 210 pics as requested.. Better wear your sunglasses..







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TD, I have to say what a heap of shit build you have here. EVERY single step in the build has something wrong with it. Either a part is missing from the bag or the instructions are wrong. I've had to dive in to my spare screws to proceed to the next step. One step had extra washers.. Where is the Moly grease in the kit that is being asked to use on the thrust bearings?? I only see you supplying Gear grease and silicone grease.. We buy a kit and are forced to buy a tool for the clip in the diff???? WTF??? Who has one of them just lying around? And why does it need to be there anyway.. Why couldn't it just be a washer? There is no need to lock the trust bearings in to the out-drive because once you sandwhich the diff together it's locked in to place. . I'm on bag F now and it's telling me to use parts that are clearly wrong.. (the spacers that go between the C block and the diff housing). Why do we have to buy TD rims for the car? Seems very arrogant to the RC market to force them to buy TD rims and not allowed to use proline etc etc. Absolutely no need for hexes that big on a 1/10th scale car.

I've got and built the DNX408 and that build was perfect.. Which led me to buy and race the dex210.. What happened with this kit TD? You stuffed this one up royally.
i had four different tools for the clip two adjustable and the other two u can switch the heads out on for smaller or bigger size holes in the clips , i bought used and im still impressed even with a very tiny bit of rust if u know what ur doing and can acually maintain a rc u can have it for years just replacing parts when needed
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What's that blue thing on your servo????? Looks great man, now time to get it dirty!
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What's that blue thing on your servo????? Looks great man, now time to get it dirty!
That is dirty.
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Hi Lads,

HAs anyone experienced issues with the 3 gearbox screws that hold the gearbox to the motor plate? The issue i'm having is that with the screws done up tight, the gearbox seems to bind a little, and once they are backed off, the gearbox runs much more freely. I know that with the associated B4 the screws must be done lightly.

Is this the same with the Durango? Just dont want the motor plate to come loose during a race if the 3 screws need to be left a shade loose.

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looks good i cant wait for all my orders to come in so i can race i rebuilt the diff and cleaned the servo horn area last night just because i wanna play with it so bad i think im gonna end up cleaning it by taking it apart piece by piece before i even get the electronic in it , awesome buggy tho im learning it fast so if any problems at the track i wont be the guy with the manual in one hand scratching my head with the other
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Is that Proline rear wheel hexes or the JC?
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New Cream brass bulkhead installed, and a top view of my layout.
They were somehow flipped upside down when uploaded.
where can you order this brass bulkhead?
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Hi Lads,

HAs anyone experienced issues with the 3 gearbox screws that hold the gearbox to the motor plate? The issue i'm having is that with the screws done up tight, the gearbox seems to bind a little, and once they are backed off, the gearbox runs much more freely. I know that with the associated B4 the screws must be done lightly.

Is this the same with the Durango? Just dont want the motor plate to come loose during a race if the 3 screws need to be left a shade loose.

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Mine is the same. I just snug them gently and it seems to be fine, but if you go too tight it will bind.
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