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Old 11-03-2014, 03:57 PM   #5791
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you use the 22.4 front rims because the are made for the 4wd. the rears are the same for two wheel or four.
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meh, lost an axle pin. Cant find them on amain. It appears to be about 1.6mmx11.8mm. Anyone know of a replacement pin?
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Old 11-03-2014, 04:24 PM   #5793
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meh, lost an axle pin. Cant find them on amain. It appears to be about 1.6mmx11.8mm. Anyone know of a replacement pin?
If you snip the straight part off a large bodypin it should fit well enough to keep running. Easy enough to test-fit in the axle before you make the cut.
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Old 11-03-2014, 04:41 PM   #5794
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meh, lost an axle pin. Cant find them on amain. It appears to be about 1.6mmx11.8mm. Anyone know of a replacement pin?
the axle pins are not seperate from hot bodies. they are with the hex

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or you can get the durango that are 14mm long and cut it a little short.

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another option is get the durango cvd rebuild which has the roll pins. and im pretty sure you can use the rest of it to rebuild the axle. But i am not 100 percent the rest will work on the d413. But hot bodies does not have a cvd rebuild kit either. they make you buy the whole axle.

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I found some 1.6x10mm solid roll pins for my tlr/ae cars. I used a little shoe goo on all of my pins and goo'd and centered the 1.6x10mm pin.
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Old 11-03-2014, 05:09 PM   #5796
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meh, lost an axle pin. Cant find them on amain. It appears to be about 1.6mmx11.8mm. Anyone know of a replacement pin?
I just lost one and found some Axial ones that were perfect. I'll check my Amain order history for the part number, I think I found them by searching "12mm pin" or something like that. On my phone now but I'll check that order later.
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that will work too. i still have a set of cvd rebuilds i was talking about from when i had the dex410. one day when i have the d413 apart i will mic the durango vs hot bodies cvd parts.
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I just lost one and found some Axial ones that were perfect. I'll check my Amain order history for the part number, I think I found them by searching "12mm pin" or something like that. On my phone now but I'll check that order later.
these probably?

http://www.amain.com/Axial-Pin-15x12mm-6/p18917
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Random question, has any one tried to eliminate the bump steer? Seem like I am toed in on full compression and toed out when the suspension in released. I haven't really noticed an issue but curious. Not sure if it can really be fixed as the suspension travel is so much compared to any other car that I have.
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Yes sir, they work great.
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Has anyone tried putting 3mm limiters in the shocks yet?
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Nocal Hobbies (san jose) has two kits on the shelf !
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I just received my d413. Shorty or saddle pack for best results indoor track
Every D413 I've seen was running a shorty.
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Would it be bad to run the esc behind the motor rather than in front of it.
perfect balance that way!
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perfect balance that way!
You have your battery very far backwards on your chassis though. I keep meaning to chuck my D413 on the scales. Battery all the way forward and ESC in front of the motor.
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