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Old 08-05-2015, 09:32 AM   #406
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does anyone know if the Lundsford super duty turnbuckles for the SC10 will work on the truck, Thanks
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does anyone know if the Lundsford super duty turnbuckles for the SC10 will work on the truck, Thanks
I ordered the T5M super duty turnbuckles

http://www.amain.com/rc-cars/lunsfor...s12021/p445555
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I have a set sitting around for the SC10 that I never used , should work right?
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I have a set sitting around for the SC10 that I never used , should work right?
Maybe, they are longer than the sc5m or t5m. You already have them...so try them. you will need to bore out the cup.
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I have a set sitting around for the SC10 that I never used , should work right?
I am in the same boat as you, but if they are the same size as the T5M they will be a bit on the long side.

http://www.amain.com/rc-cars/lunsfor...s12021/p445555

http://www.amain.com/rc-cars/lunsfor...s12016/p151867

Maybe you could chop them down and rethread if you have the resources to save some change?
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Maybe, they are longer than the sc5m or t5m. You already have them...so try them. you will need to bore out the cup.
That being said, the length should not be an issue than motopat.
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I used the titanium sc10 turnbuckles on my T5m without an issue.
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I used the titanium sc10 turnbuckles on my T5m without an issue.
Boom, saving us money!
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Can one of you do me a favor please? Looking for the weight of the rear bumper and body mounts. Want to know how much lighter they are than the ones I made. Thanks
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Can one of you do me a favor please? Looking for the weight of the rear bumper and body mounts. Want to know how much lighter they are than the ones I made. Thanks
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If I get around to building mine tomorrow I'll do it. Do you want the weight with or w/o the screws?
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A few questions.
My rear axles "float" in the hub carrier pushing the outer bearing out slightly. Not sure if that is by design. Also, will any of the JC clamping hexes work, but still maintain the correct offset? Not fond of the associated blue hexes. Thanks!

For those of you who want to use lunsford turnbuckles, I ordered 3 sets of the 3mm punisher 2 5/8" and they are perfect, no drill needed.
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Did a couple hour setup session on Sunday, truck was nearly perfect out of the box in kit setup on the clay at Lrh Tonight will run club racing at ocrc. I'm excited.
How did the truck handle and what were the track conditions?
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If I get around to building mine tomorrow I'll do it. Do you want the weight with or w/o the screws?
With the screws would be great. Thanks
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