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Old 08-05-2013, 07:01 PM   #4771
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Old 08-05-2013, 07:04 PM   #4772
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ok. took pic for u tonight.

part number SCTE-071 (rear extended chassis brace)
wow thanks for the pics, that looks crazy strong, whats the part # for that? does it work on the front also? or just the rear?
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Old 08-05-2013, 07:24 PM   #4774
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Can someone tell me what size sway bars this truck comes with?
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Who's this Doug Nielson fella.LOL Pro 4 ocrc pro 4 series champion.

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Can someone tell me what size sway bars this truck comes with?
2.0 front and 1.8mm rear.
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Old 08-06-2013, 12:33 AM   #4776
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Setup help for this kind of track.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...geLhNeFE#at=60
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So do I need the big shim behind the big gear in diffs? Truck will be here tomorrow and gonna get it whipped together. I know we leave them out in 1/8 scales to make diff more consistent.
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I would try the latest dunford setup. Traction looks pretty good round that track. You can find it here.

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So do I need the big shim behind the big gear in diffs? Truck will be here tomorrow and gonna get it whipped together. I know we leave them out in 1/8 scales to make diff more consistent.
We leave that large washer in for the "ten" diffs.
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Anyone have an issue with the sway bar assembly hitting up on the turnbuckle at full compression (when using the new #2 hole on the front tower)?
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sorry, guys lots of pages and just picked up a 2.o

for gearing, i am gonna run the new hd 4300 with mip 39.

what pinion ranges should be in? 14-15? or 12-14?
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12-14 should be fine. I run 40-16
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sorry, guys lots of pages and just picked up a 2.o

for gearing, i am gonna run the new hd 4300 with mip 39.

what pinion ranges should be in? 14-15? or 12-14?
16/39 or 16/40 is what I typically run with that motor.
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Casper I asked this question months ago..... Why only 1 o-ring in the lower shock body? I have to rebuild my shocks after every heat cause there is a lot of shock oil leaking out..... I have had Billy Fischer & Trevor Clement & Chris Wheeler & Chuck Hicks show me there way of rebuilding shocks. I have followed all the steps they showed me on building this shock and still leaks like a pig! I have tried the stock o-rings & the low friction o-rings also. I have 2 pair of shocks do to how bad this problem is!
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Thanks Casper!
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Casper I asked this question months ago..... Why only 1 o-ring in the lower shock body? I have to rebuild my shocks after every heat cause there is a lot of shock oil leaking out..... I have had Billy Fischer & Trevor Clement & Chris Wheeler & Chuck Hicks show me there way of rebuilding shocks. I have followed all the steps they showed me on building this shock and still leaks like a pig! I have tried the stock o-rings & the low friction o-rings also. I have 2 pair of shocks do to how bad this problem is!
I second this.. It's gotten so bad recently, I shelfed my 2.0 because I've become so frustrated with it. I leave it on my workshop bench overnight in the basement, come back the next morning and I've got oil spots on my workbench! LOL. It's currently sitting in a Tupperware tub at the moment!

and yes, I have the 'updated' shock bottoms that I called the california offices about... Even then, they only sent me one damn package of them! (just a pair!!!)

Ugh.. It's been really frustrating to say the very least... Not bad for a near $500 kit :/
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