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Old 04-27-2015, 07:53 AM   #8161
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PLEASE STOP AND MOVE ON. I don't want to have to get the moderators involved so please get back the SCTE 2.0.

Welcome to the thread Josh. Lots of great info here to read through. No need for all this unrelated back and forth.
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Old 04-27-2015, 12:49 PM   #8162
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Are the Integy carriers 15 deg ??? I looked them up on thee site and it just says its a replacement part .
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Old 04-27-2015, 01:44 PM   #8163
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I'd be afraid to put anything integy on a high stress area like that
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Old 04-27-2015, 02:04 PM   #8164
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Are the Integy carriers 15 deg ??? I looked them up on thee site and it just says its a replacement part .
They're stock not 15 degrees.
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Old 04-27-2015, 03:11 PM   #8165
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I'd be afraid to put anything integy on a high stress area like that


Once in a blue moon, Integy actually makes a quality part here or there. Dont knock em till you've tried them. (have I tried them, No)
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Once in a blue moon, Integy actually makes a quality part here or there. Dont knock em till you've tried them. (have I tried them, No)
I had them on my old truck and they worked fine. The quality and fit were very good. They do give more steering throw but I had to go to tekno driveshafts to get the full benefit since the stock shafts were limiting throw and binding. The price is right too. They were the first integy parts I ever bought and was impressed.

I ran them for a couple of months and sold the truck to a friend. He's still running them over a year later and they've held up great. I agree I've heard bad things about integy but these are good.
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I had them on my old truck and they worked fine. The quality and fit were very good. They do give more steering throw but I had to go to tekno driveshafts to get the full benefit since the stock shafts were limiting throw and binding. The price is right too. They were the first integy parts I ever bought and was impressed.

I ran them for a couple of months and sold the truck to a friend. He's still running them over a year later and they've held up great. I agree I've heard bad things about integy but these are good.


These were a Game changer back in the bashing days and proved to be FAR better than anything HPI ever put out. So Point proven, Even cheap stuff can be better than the Expensive version.

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the integy carriers are stock but still give a good bit better steering,the bearings fit a lil loose in them,so lsoi shim kit comes in handy,I shimed them in back of the hex pin and on top to get rid of slop. I only use tekno cvds,they are just better in every respect,better steering angle and durability. both mods are worth it for better steering. I changed front springs and went with a panther ratler clay tire and got rid of almost all rear slide
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the integy carriers are stock but still give a good bit better steering,the bearings fit a lil loose in them,so lsoi shim kit comes in handy,I shimed them in back of the hex pin and on top to get rid of slop. I only use tekno cvds,they are just better in every respect,better steering angle and durability. both mods are worth it for better steering. I changed front springs and went with a panther ratler clay tire and got rid of almost all rear slide
I was referring to the caster block. You must be talking about the knuckle. I haven't tried those I was leery about the bearing fit.
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Old 04-28-2015, 06:23 PM   #8170
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Are the Kits we are seeing on Amain and Horizon hobby the new updated kits?
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Old 04-28-2015, 06:34 PM   #8171
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the updated kits are awesome my boy got one first time out he got 3rd over all at the novak race in omaha why do people talk about lack of steering he turned under trucks all day long plenty of steering to me
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Buddies truck has a clicking noise doesn't change on or off eceleration
Where should he start looking without tearing whole truck down
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Buddies truck has a clicking noise doesn't change on or off eceleration
Where should he start looking without tearing whole truck down
If it has high miles CVD pins at the wheel. Set screw on center drive shafts can back out and make lots of bad noise. Also check bearings in diff case on diff pinion. Let us know what it turns out to be. You still got to take it down to find the issue, but truck is easy to work on.
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If it has high miles CVD pins at the wheel. Set screw on center drive shafts can back out and make lots of bad noise. Also check bearings in diff case on diff pinion. Let us know what it turns out to be. You still got to take it down to find the issue, but truck is easy to work on.
Thanks I'll let him know to start there
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A Big thanks to Ryan Dunford's latest OCRC setup!!
We just wrapped up our winter points series. After putting this setup on my truck it really came alive, I was able to drive much harder and faster, consistently running at the front of the pack. The points came down to the last race, me and another guy were tied going into the night, & I took the race win to secure the points. If it weren't for a few racer errors (wheel falling off one week, running a storage charged pack the next) I would have had it wrapped up sooner.
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