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Old 07-27-2016, 07:25 PM   #10741
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Now you can actually buy diff gaskets... 116298
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Old 08-11-2016, 12:30 AM   #10742
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Hello I'm new and getting back into racing. 4x4 10th buggy I'm building a trak at my new house and my question is if I buy a hb d 413 when I need to order parts do I have to wait along time for them .
Basically how is the parts support in usa
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Old 08-11-2016, 04:42 AM   #10743
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Parts support should be fine, look up D413 parts thru Amain and Superior Hobbies and it will give you an idea of parts available and support for them.
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Have you removed the shims from the center mount?
My Exotek center diff is notchy as well. Not the diff movement it self (planetary/sun gears), but when the diff is spinning in the aluminum craddle/bulkhead (when the motor/pinion is not attached).

What shims are we talking about here?

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May I please have some suggestions for gearing with 13.5? I have the 68 spur from Exotek as well as stock...Thanks!
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May I please have some suggestions for gearing with 13.5? I have the 68 spur from Exotek as well as stock...Thanks!
I run 34/73.
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Old 08-16-2016, 08:24 PM   #10747
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How big should my collection go? 35? What's the largest I can fit?
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Does anybody have a suggestion for the following problem: my front swaybar constantly c ones loose. The little plastic pieces (I don't know what they are called) with the grub screws cannot be tightened down.
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How big should my collection go? 35? What's the largest I can fit?
With the 72 tooth spur you can go up to a 38 tooth pinion. If you are running the 68 spur you can probably go up to a 40 tooth pinion.
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Does anybody have a suggestion for the following problem: my front swaybar constantly c ones loose. The little plastic pieces (I don't know what they are called) with the grub screws cannot be tightened down.
I had the same problem. I put a generous amount of locktite in the hole before threading in the grub screw and haven't had one come out since.
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Old 08-17-2016, 09:38 AM   #10751
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Has Anyone made their own sway bars? if so where did you find the wire? I don't really wanna buy a kit just for wire, since I will probably upgrade to metal instead of plastic and I just need to replace one of my copper sway bars. Thanks!
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Hey All, can anyone share some ideas on their sway bar hardware setup? I'd like to switch out the plastic sway bar ends for metal, but wonder what kind of connection I should make to the arms. Thanks in advance!
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I'm trying to accomplish the same goal.......
My front sway bar gets pulled out almost every crash, and i crash often.......
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Some great pics and ideas on the D413 group on facebook. Essentially those guys are using either Kyosho metal sway bar ends or Mugen and using the remaingin existing ball cups and hardware to make the connection to the arms. let me know if you need more help, I'm ordering up parts today.
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If you could post the part numbers, that would be awesome.......
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