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Old 12-29-2012, 09:11 AM   #9436
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Thats where I'm going. Thanks.
Yep love all of my Exotek stuff, and not just saying that because I am a dealer.
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i have a fresh diff screw and spring with carbide balls and stock thrust if i tightened to much it would feel like half a turn got tight the other half was loose so it binds as it goes around and it was still slipping to where it was so tight i didnt feel comfortable it was difficult to turn the out drives against each other and not soothe at all ,, my diff rings had some deep rings in them so i replaced them but im out of circlips so im not gonna try it again for a while ,, i suspected the out drives gave it the feeling of one side being tighter than the other can anyone give me a positive on that? to rebuild my ball diff is cheaper to just buy a gear diff and i already have the ae gear diff 2000cts havent track tested but it feels good sofar
From what I've heard the unevenness usually means the c-clip isn't sitting right in the outdrive.
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Old 12-29-2012, 12:09 PM   #9438
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Yep love all of my Exotek stuff, and not just saying that because I am a dealer.
Love them and I'm not a dealer :P

The front bulkhead, front weight, steering link, and rear hex's are a must in EVERY dex210 The rest is optional but nice.

RF and RR hinge pin holders are also another must have in my book.. dex210 seems to like the 1.5 kick 3' toe best.
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Love them and I'm not a dealer :P

The front bulkhead, front weight, steering link, and rear hex's are a must in EVERY dex210 The rest is optional but nice.

RF and RR hinge pin holders are also another must have in my book.. dex210 seems to like the 1.5 kick 3' toe best.
you car works well.
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Old 12-29-2012, 01:27 PM   #9440
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I am a big fan from revolution design racing parts. Thats not bling bling stuff. Awesome stuff
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Old 12-29-2012, 01:42 PM   #9441
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This is my dex210 with dimec20 +8mm chassis and finnisher body
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And here from the top
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Where did you get the rear dboots nano's? Everywhere I look they are sold out until Feb!
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In austria are enough to buy
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Old 12-29-2012, 02:23 PM   #9445
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you car works well.
Thanks, I wish "I" worked as well as my buggy last night.. LOL Cruz was holding me up for a few laps, then he finally bobbled and I had a line took it except he wasn't going to give it and just jammed into me and ended up putting us both into the wall left for the marshall. Then I just couldn't mentally recover, lost focus and just over drove the buggy you guys ran well though. The trucks were certainly dialed.. you ran that MM mount darn good too.
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Anyone have a spare gear set (TDR210034) they would mind selling? Looking to replace out my ball diff. Thanks..
The associated one works, you just need shims cant remember the how many per side, but is on this thread somewhere

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...al-Shim-Set-10
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Old 12-30-2012, 07:35 AM   #9447
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The associated one works, you just need shims cant remember the how many per side, but is on this thread somewhere

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...al-Shim-Set-10
Thanks.. great option if I get fed up enough before everyone is back in stock. Wow must have been a rush on those things.
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The associated one works, you just need shims cant remember the how many per side, but is on this thread somewhere

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...al-Shim-Set-10
just put in a ae gear diff it took 8 shims per side theirs only 10 per pack
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is their anywhere to buy just the caged thrust bearing , im gonna try a new thrust with new circlips after i test this ae gear diff out
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Thanks.. great option if I get fed up enough before everyone is back in stock. Wow must have been a rush on those things.
The ass diff is a bit smaller i diameter, so on a high bite track it may strip the gears....
Did so for me
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