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Old 10-21-2013, 11:49 PM   #12676
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Is there any way to use 12mm hex on front? I just picked up a 210 and have a boat load of 22 wheels and tires that I'd like to use.
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Is there any way to use 12mm hex on front? I just picked up a 210 and have a boat load of 22 wheels and tires that I'd like to use.
Check out petitrc.com for the hex conversion parts
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Old 10-22-2013, 07:07 AM   #12678
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Has anyone used Kyosho ball cups with appropriate ball studs?
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Old 10-22-2013, 07:10 AM   #12679
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the 22 doesn't use 12mm hex, theres no way that I've heard of to use the 10mm 22 front hexes.
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Old 10-22-2013, 07:44 AM   #12680
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the 22 doesn't use 12mm hex, theres no way that I've heard of to use the 10mm 22 front hexes.
If you do a search, there are posts where users have used 22 rims on the DEX210.

On a site note. For those who want to use share 4wd fronts on their 2wd car using the 14m hex, all you need is the DESC210R steering knuckle, DESC210 front axle, the plastic 14mm hex and pin.
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Old 10-22-2013, 07:46 AM   #12681
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http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...0_FrontHexMod/

For the rear I think you can use the SC10 hex. I had one on a buggy but got rid of it because I have tons of Durango wheels.
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Old 10-22-2013, 08:50 AM   #12682
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does anyone have a very successful MM4 setup for med-high traction clay? I tried it before from some setup sheets I found on Petit but was not successful, I want to try again since the Centro's are doing so well at my track.
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Old 10-22-2013, 03:41 PM   #12683
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does anyone have a very successful MM4 setup for med-high traction clay? I tried it before from some setup sheets I found on Petit but was not successful, I want to try again since the Centro's are doing so well at my track.
lutz has a couple high bite setups on his web site.. I have yet to find a MM config that rivals the RM,, but I don't run on super high bite tracks so.....
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Old 10-22-2013, 04:00 PM   #12684
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Thanks guys.. where can I find some good setups for a large clay track's edit size jumps and 100 ft straight I'm running a tekin gen2 17.5 combo rear motor and a 8.5 tekin mid motor.
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Old 10-22-2013, 04:13 PM   #12685
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Made my rear camber link longer #3 and it was so close to perfect. Now to get a little more steering on exit and I'll be set. That and finding the sweet spot for shocks. Running on a small medium bite extremely bumpy/rough track makes is hard haha
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Has anyone used Kyosho ball cups with appropriate ball studs?
Yep, I'm running them with Losi 22 ball studs.....just make sure and drill the ball cups a little deeper for the front (if you're using stock turnbuckles), if you don't the turnbuckle will bottom out and ruin the ball cups.....I found out the hard way
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Has anyone tried using the desc210 hubs and spindles to use hex adapters?? If so can you post a parts list.
Also where can I find some good setups for a large clay track's edit size jumps and 100 ft straight I'm running a tekin gen2 17.5 combo rear motor and a 8.5 tekin mid motor.
Thanks.
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Hi guys, I picked up a used 210 that didn't come with the servo horn or steering linkage. I made a linkage out of my parts box, but I'm having trouble getting a horn to fit, they all seem long. I'm headed to the track tonight and they don't carry TD parts. Will any other buggy servo horn work?
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Hi guys, I picked up a used 210 that didn't come with the servo horn or steering linkage. I made a linkage out of my parts box, but I'm having trouble getting a horn to fit, they all seem long. I'm headed to the track tonight and they don't carry TD parts. Will any other buggy servo horn work?
I've been told the losi 22 horns work well.
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Has anyone tried using the desc210 hubs and spindles to use hex adapters?? If so can you post a parts list.
Also where can I find some good setups for a large clay track's edit size jumps and 100 ft straight I'm running a tekin gen2 17.5 combo rear motor and a 8.5 tekin mid motor.
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#TD330382 - STEERING KNUCKLE SET
#TD330383 - FRONT AXLE (2pcs)
#TD310135 - ROLL PIN
Plastic 14mm Hex from the 210 or 410 kits or #TD310226 Aluminum 14mm Hex

The only thing you can't do in this setup is change the trailing axle location. It will always be in the 4mm trailing position.
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