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Old 10-16-2009, 12:17 PM   #10786
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yeah, the question is why dont they sell it individually, just like a Castor blocks I got so many spindles in my tool box along with 41T pullies.
I started using Xray C hubs and haven't broken one yet. I have broken a few knuckles, so unlike everyone else I have spare losi C hubs and not enough knuckles. If I wasn't on the other side of the world we could swap!
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Old 10-16-2009, 03:03 PM   #10787
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Pablo, Xray "C" fit the Losi?

Good to know, which part numerb do you use?

I left Xray (I had every X since the T1r...) due the fact that they release a new item each 2 days...
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Old 10-16-2009, 07:39 PM   #10788
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Pablo, Xray "C" fit the Losi?

Good to know, which part numerb do you use?

I left Xray (I had every X since the T1r...) due the fact that they release a new item each 2 days...
It takes a bit of work, not a straight swap. I will post some pics a little later.
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I'm hoping one of you guys have and extra PRS spur gear adapter or a Flying Fox layshaft you wouldn't mind getting rid of and helping out a fellow racer! If you happen to have one and want to help a brother out I will happily buy it from you. I ordered one from SkyRocket but they haven't arrived yet and you can't find a PRS one to save your life. I have a warmup race next weekend and a big race the following and I can't run the gearing I need without it.
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Old 10-17-2009, 01:07 PM   #10790
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I'm hoping one of you guys have and extra PRS spur gear adapter or a Flying Fox layshaft you wouldn't mind getting rid of and helping out a fellow racer! If you happen to have one and want to help a brother out I will happily buy it from you. I ordered one from SkyRocket but they haven't arrived yet and you can't find a PRS one to save your life. I have a warmup race next weekend and a big race the following and I can't run the gearing I need without it.
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In believe a batch was sent off not long ago. If Skyrocket don't have any, shoot a PM to the post above yours. He is the next best person to help you out there.
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Old 10-17-2009, 06:53 PM   #10791
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I'm hoping one of you guys have and extra PRS spur gear adapter or a Flying Fox layshaft you wouldn't mind getting rid of and helping out a fellow racer! If you happen to have one and want to help a brother out I will happily buy it from you. I ordered one from SkyRocket but they haven't arrived yet and you can't find a PRS one to save your life. I have a warmup race next weekend and a big race the following and I can't run the gearing I need without it.
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The delay is my fault not skyrockets. If they are not at skyrocket today then they will be on monday morning. Skyrockets customer service has been fantastic and really helped me a lot. The problem is that every time I send some to the States they are gone before I know it. I never thought these would be so popular. We do have plans for the near future to increase our production capacity and there are some more new parts in testing right now due to be released very soon.
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Old 10-17-2009, 07:16 PM   #10792
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Is it possible we could see some aluminum 6 degree caster blocks, aluminum rear hubs, a one-way? I'm curious!

I'm glad to hear the layshafts should be in stock real soon. Appreciate the info! SkyRocket has been great so far. Very good customer service.
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Old 10-17-2009, 08:24 PM   #10793
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there are some more new parts in testing right now due to be released very soon.
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yeah, the question is why dont they sell it individually, just like a Castor blocks I got so many spindles in my tool box along with 41T pullies.
so you will be able to tune trackside. parts are dirt cheap so thats cool, for me atleast.
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Old 10-18-2009, 08:17 AM   #10795
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New parts,sounds good i am really happy with the spool and layshaft.
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Old 10-18-2009, 08:35 AM   #10796
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anyone making aluminum hubs for the diff? instead of the diff screw threading into plastic?
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anyone making aluminum hubs for the diff? instead of the diff screw threading into plastic?
Drill the thread out the plastic. Grab a longer screw and self locking nut.
Have the nut inserted in the plastic.

Forget to buy a new one for age... racing with 4 and 4.5 motors...
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what size screw and nut?
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Old 10-18-2009, 09:53 AM   #10799
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Drill the thread out the plastic. Grab a longer screw and self locking nut.
Have the nut inserted in the plastic.

Forget to buy a new one for age... racing with 4 and 4.5 motors...
i have done that in the past
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Drill the thread out the plastic. Grab a longer screw and self locking nut.
Have the nut inserted in the plastic.

Forget to buy a new one for age... racing with 4 and 4.5 motors...
how the nut holding in the hub?
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