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Old 02-05-2013, 07:15 PM   #10126
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so i took away 5* of caster in hopes of more steer in but i got the opposite, more push. is it the other way around ?
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Old 02-05-2013, 07:17 PM   #10127
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it should calm the car and easier to drive ill let everyone know tomorrow!!
what other dex210 chassis have you used when you let us know how it goes just for everyone to compare +10 or +8 cf, alum, plastic, and kit
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Old 02-05-2013, 07:19 PM   #10128
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Would the track width still be the same??
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I would like to know what parts are being used to convert the rear to 12mm hex? Also if anybody knows where I can get some c-hubs that would be great.
I converted mine using parts from the dex410. It's a gold spacer sleeve, a gold washer that's slight coned and a shorter pin. I use stock tlr22 hexes. I share the rear wheels between my 22's and 210 and 410. All my rear tires are mounted on tlr22 rear wheels. The Durango rear axle is about 1/4mm smaller in dia but it still works fine. The jconcept tlr22 wheels are a slightly tighter fit and work great.
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:58 AM   #10130
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Does anyone know which turnbuckles, ball cups and ball studs Neumann is using on his DEX210??

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Old 02-06-2013, 03:52 AM   #10131
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what other dex210 chassis have you used when you let us know how it goes just for everyone to compare +10 or +8 cf, alum, plastic, and kit
i was running the original chassis before
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Does anyone know which turnbuckles, ball cups and ball studs Neumann is using on his DEX210??

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Several run the associated studs with the concepts ends. I've had good luck w/ the stock ;P
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Old 02-06-2013, 09:44 AM   #10133
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So I'm using ae 27.5wt front 4x1.3 piston / 25wt rear 4x1.2 piston, I have plenty of pack and the wheels stay on the ground in the rougher areas its working great I picked up a set of spare shocks so I'm gonna try 2 hole pistons what size and oils at should I try?
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Does anyone know which turnbuckles, ball cups and ball studs Neumann is using on his DEX210??

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It actually appears that he is running the stock ballcups/ballstuds with AE turnbuckles. I have the same setup on my SC and it works great- the AE turnbuckles are slightly smaller than the stock ones so they adjust easily without popping. I've never popped a ballcup off my SC, and I've had it since they came out.
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Old 02-06-2013, 10:55 AM   #10135
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So I'm using ae 27.5wt front 4x1.3 piston / 25wt rear 4x1.2 piston, I have plenty of pack and the wheels stay on the ground in the rougher areas its working great I picked up a set of spare shocks so I'm gonna try 2 hole pistons what size and oils at should I try?
1.6 seems to be the popular 2 hole setup.
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Does anyone know which turnbuckles, ball cups and ball studs Neumann is using on his DEX210??

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He is using Yokomo ball cups, and ball studs. The turnbuckles are Durango ti.
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:40 PM   #10137
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Sure wish I could find the Tresrey rear camber mount in stock. Need 2 asap. If anyone knows where to find them, let me know. Thanks!
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Sure wish I could find the Tresrey rear camber mount in stock. Need 2 asap. If anyone knows where to find them, let me know. Thanks!
Possible substitution? http://www.rcshox.com/durango-gearbox-fix/
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http://www.teamxtreme.co.uk/store/in...roducts_id=430 is an option too, in the UK though.
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Thanks guys, both are option I may seriously consider. I want to have something before Cactus Classic. Never had a problem yet, so it's not a huge deal. But I like to be proactive, not reactive. Thanks again.
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