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Old 11-03-2014, 09:36 AM   #7336
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Anyone know of the size of the grub screw for the sway bars? Some how lost mine and can't find a replacement for just the grub screw without buying the whole tuning kit? Suggestions?
There are two different sized set screws in the SCTE sway bar set. So, both Casper and Frank are correct. If you want the little one that goes in the plastic holder to set the play correctly, that is the 4-40 one that Casper says. If you want the one that holds the sway bar ball end onto the sway bar, that is the 5-40 one Frank says.
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Old 11-03-2014, 07:01 PM   #7337
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There are two different sized set screws in the SCTE sway bar set. So, both Casper and Frank are correct. If you want the little one that goes in the plastic holder to set the play correctly, that is the 4-40 one that Casper says. If you want the one that holds the sway bar ball end onto the sway bar, that is the 5-40 one Frank says.
LOL. So is the one you need sliver or black?
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Old 11-05-2014, 04:37 AM   #7338
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I like 5/7/2 turns better and the back end is more stable
Running on large outdoor track with large jumps. Hard packed clay with loose dirt and sand. The 5/7/5 dunford set up is ok, but can be pretty loose in rear. Are you using different springs and shock locations on your 5/7/2 setup. Need to find better way to keep rear end planted for not the best throttle control guy. thanks
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Old 11-06-2014, 08:57 AM   #7339
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will the MIP chassis braces or (what is called torque rods in the manual) work on a stock 2.0 chassis, or are the stock torque rods longer than the MIP ones?
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Old 11-06-2014, 11:16 AM   #7340
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will the MIP chassis braces or (what is called torque rods in the manual) work on a stock 2.0 chassis, or are the stock torque rods longer than the MIP ones?
MIP13249 bolt up fine. Not sure if they're the same as the ones that come with the pro4mance chassis though if that's what you mean.
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Old 11-06-2014, 11:34 AM   #7341
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yea I got a MIP chassis now and going back to the stock 2.0 so they are the ones that came with the chassis.
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Old 11-06-2014, 12:21 PM   #7342
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yea I got a MIP chassis now and going back to the stock 2.0 so they are the ones that came with the chassis.
Different part numbers and the description in the ones you have says specifically for the mip chassis but I would call them and ask.
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Old 11-07-2014, 06:39 AM   #7343
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Looking for rear outer hinge pins. TLR6080. Nobody local has them. Is there another part number for an earlier version or something else that may work?
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Old 11-07-2014, 08:14 AM   #7344
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Looking for rear outer hinge pins. TLR6080. Nobody local has them. Is there another part number for an earlier version or something else that may work?
LOSB4109 are the originals if you need something in a bind.
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Old 11-07-2014, 08:14 AM   #7345
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In regards to my question on the chassis braces, is the front and rear one the same length? I only seen one part number in the book. TLR231010
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Old 11-07-2014, 08:30 AM   #7346
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In regards to my question on the chassis braces, is the front and rear one the same length? I only seen one part number in the book. TLR231010
Yes on the 2.0 the chassis braces are the same.
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The newest Ryan Dunford setup has this trucked dialed. I was able to TQ and Win at the CRCRC WRL 4.2 at the Ohio RC Factory. This was my first ever TQ and Win at a WRL event. TLR sweep of the podium.
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Old 11-09-2014, 10:42 AM   #7348
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The newest Ryan Dunford setup has this trucked dialed. I was able to TQ and Win at the CRCRC WRL 4.2 at the Ohio RC Factory. This was my first ever TQ and Win at a WRL event. TLR sweep of the podium.
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I just picked up one of these...a used roller...

I've got all other current TLR 1/10's and an 8e3.0....have had a lot of success with the 1/10....just don't like the heavy 8th scales on our tight track...time to try this truck....

On the current setups, I see notes on the bottom of the page about spacing the rear hex's out...OK, I think I understand that.....but what's the note mean about witness marks and a dremel?
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I just picked up one of these...a used roller...

I've got all other current TLR 1/10's and an 8e3.0....have had a lot of success with the 1/10....just don't like the heavy 8th scales on our tight track...time to try this truck....

On the current setups, I see notes on the bottom of the page about spacing the rear hex's out...OK, I think I understand that.....but what's the note mean about witness marks and a dremel?
With the aluminum 15 degree casters the wheels will rub the arm and steering rod at full throw.
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