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Old 02-24-2015, 09:20 AM   #7741
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Hey guys I need your help identifying this scte truck. The guy that is selling it claims this is a TLR scte 2.0 but the chassis does not match the photos on the TLR website. Did the truck change chassis after the 2.0 revision? Any info would be great thanks.Attachment 1273733

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Battery tray with straps, Cut outs in the chassis. Its a 1.0
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Will the 2.3 front be sold individually or as a kit with asst front bars? Thanks
They will be sold in a kit. The thick sway bars help all over but you may need even thicker ones for blue groove type circumstances so that is why its a kit.
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Old 02-24-2015, 09:48 AM   #7743
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Doesn't look like a 2.0 to me. Nitro chassis, shock caps don't have bleeder screws, side guards are 1.0. One of the rear camber links are bent pretty good too. Prob more i'm missing.
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Battery tray with straps, Cut outs in the chassis. Its a 1.0
That's what I needed to know, Thanks.
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Hey guys I need your help identifying this scte truck. The guy that is selling it claims this is a TLR scte 2.0 but the chassis does not match the photos on the TLR website. Did the truck change chassis after the 2.0 revision? Any info would be great thanks.Attachment 1273733

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IT is a 1.0 with a bunch of upgrades however not a 2.0. Towers are not updated chassis is upgraded 1.0. I don't see any of the key 2.0 features in the photos you posted.
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Doesn't look like a 2.0 to me. Nitro chassis, shock caps don't have bleeder screws, side guards are 1.0. One of the rear camber links are bent pretty good too. Prob more i'm missing.
Good catch on the rear camber link, I missed that one.
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Old 02-24-2015, 03:35 PM   #7747
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Hey guys I need your help identifying this scte truck. The guy that is selling it claims this is a TLR scte 2.0 but the chassis does not match the photos on the TLR website. Did the truck change chassis after the 2.0 revision? Any info would be great thanks.Attachment 1273733

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Hard to tell since you are not showing top picture of truck. Need to see whole drivetrain where motor is.
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Hard to tell since you are not showing top picture of truck. Need to see whole drivetrain where motor is.
This is the best pic of the top of the truck. With what the other have pointed out, looks like a 1.0. Let me know if you disagree.
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Old 02-24-2015, 06:07 PM   #7749
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IT is a 1.0 with a bunch of upgrades however not a 2.0. Towers are not updated chassis is upgraded 1.0. I don't see any of the key 2.0 features in the photos you posted.
Look guys, if you really raced the version 2 for the last year and half or whatever you may want to get this newer kit just to replace worn parts from use.
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Old 02-24-2015, 06:29 PM   #7750
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http://shop.dubro.com/products/produ...3.0.0.0?pp=12&

The mip kits use 4-40 size. They also make monster rod ends.

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I think the regular ones would be fine for steering and the monster ones for camber links. We used to run the 4-40 ends on our gas trucks back in the day and they didn't have slop and lasted a long time. You can get good deals on ebay. I just picked up a 20 pack of the 3mm HD for less than $20 shipped. I'm going to use 3mm ti turnbuckles on the steering and drill them out and use 3.5 mm ti on camber links.
We bought some of theses on ebay,4-40 monster mall ends. THey were too small to fit in the lunsford ti turnbuckles, so drilled out,no big deal,but the brass balls and little brass stand offs were to small and had to be drilled for the stock screws to fit through that go into the steering rack,major pain. What size is mip using that dont require any drilling to fit the turnbuckels and stock screws.
I cant beleive losi hasnt done something about these crap ball ends,even with the hard anodized balls they wear out 10x faster than the tekno or other brand sct trucks, way to much slop to have sustainable toe and camber in the fron end
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anyone run that carbon fiber ackerman with ball bearings? is the company that made them out of business? one of my bearings crapped out.
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anyone run that carbon fiber ackerman with ball bearings? is the company that made them out of business? one of my bearings crapped out.
I was looking at getting one of those Vision pieces and their website has been down a few weeks now. If you got a set of calipers you can measure it and then find a replacement on Avid's site.
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We bought some of theses on ebay,4-40 monster mall ends. THey were too small to fit in the lunsford ti turnbuckles, so drilled out,no big deal,but the brass balls and little brass stand offs were to small and had to be drilled for the stock screws to fit through that go into the steering rack,major pain. What size is mip using that dont require any drilling to fit the turnbuckels and stock screws.
I cant beleive losi hasnt done something about these crap ball ends,even with the hard anodized balls they wear out 10x faster than the tekno or other brand sct trucks, way to much slop to have sustainable toe and camber in the fron end
If you got the 3mm ends then use 3mm screws. You don't need to drill the balls out. They fit fine and take all the slop out of the truck. I think mip uses the 4-40 ends but then you have to use 4-40 hardware which is sloppier in the hubs.
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Some pics of the rod ends installed. http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/b...4849743172.jpg
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anyone run that carbon fiber ackerman with ball bearings? is the company that made them out of business? one of my bearings crapped out.
He has a Facebook page, I just checked it and he said he was working on a new website.
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