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Old 06-18-2012, 05:57 AM   #6571
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People I know here in Adelaide have had great success with losi 22 items.
Ball Studs come in in 6mm, 8mm and 10 mm lengths.
Depending on link positions you may need to use 22 turnbuckles too as the durango cups are a bit longer.
Modelflight will have everything you need with next day shipping.

I personally use Team-C turnbuckles and cups (as I have Team-C cars too) with 22 ball studs.
http://www.tcmodels.net/index.php?pa...mart&Itemid=71

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Ta, thanks for that mate.
Another option to add to the list.

I have the J Concept rod ends on my X6 Sq buggy and they are almost the same length as the Durango but are made for 4.3mm ball studs.

Do you have any problem with access to those TLR22 ball studs seeing as they dont have the hex fitting?
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Do you have any problem with access to those TLR22 ball studs seeing as they dont have the hex fitting?
22 ball studs do have a 2mm hex on top.
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Old 06-18-2012, 06:37 AM   #6573
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22 ball studs do have a 2mm hex on top.
Oh, cool, for some reason I didnt think they did.
Do you have any issues with the link hitting the rim when using the outer holes on the hub?
Also is the 22 ball studs any higher than the stock durango ones?
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Old 06-18-2012, 06:44 AM   #6574
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New clay car, and my MM4 carpet car!!
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Do you have any issues with the link hitting the rim when using the outer holes on the hub?
Ive not run on the outer holes but can't see how it would be any different to the stock link setup.

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Also is the 22 ball studs any higher than the stock durango ones?
Yes 1mm higher.
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Old 06-20-2012, 01:50 AM   #6576
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Questions?? remove and tighten slipper

Hello to all of you,

I have just built my DEX and have some problems with the slipper clutch.

First thing is that I have problems to remove it, in order to clean up the slipper or change the 87T gear ?
Of course, I removed the motor, then the 5.5 nut and its spring, but then I can not remove the slipper. It stays in place.. I try using a small hammer to push it out but it did not work..
Any idea ? May be too much lock on the pin ?

My second question is about the tightening of the slipper. Because I do not know how to stop the slipper from slipping when I tighten the nut ?

Thanks for any answer !
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Hello to all of you,

I have just built my DEX and have some problems with the slipper clutch.

First thing is that I have problems to remove it, in order to clean up the slipper or change the 87T gear ?
Of course, I removed the motor, then the 5.5 nut and its spring, but then I can not remove the slipper. It stays in place.. I try using a small hammer to push it out but it did not work..
Any idea ? May be too much lock on the pin ?

My second question is about the tightening of the slipper. Because I do not know how to stop the slipper from slipping when I tighten the nut ?

Thanks for any answer !

Photos would help alot. But sounds like you over tightened it and applied too much lock tight. Best bet is to attach a photo.
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Something new to paint arrived at my house yesterday!
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Something new to paint arrived at my house yesterday!
Very Bulldog like. I like it. Will have to order one ASAP. lol
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Ok, will someone pls send TD some Yellow paint? Can we get some Rear yellow wheels already!!
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I will wait for the FTW version. However I LOVE the new SC Body.... whens it on sale???
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Something new to paint arrived at my house yesterday!
is that a new shell from Team Durango Randy ?
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is that a new shell from Team Durango Randy ?
That looks a lot like the Proline Bulldog body.
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Old 06-20-2012, 11:37 PM   #6585
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Slipper Clutch Issue

The thing won't stop slipping no matter what we do, even with new pads and the nut done up tight.

car has a gear diff installed
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