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Old 03-19-2003, 08:44 PM   #181
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caster blocks made for the TC3 need to be slightly altered to fit on a XXXS. Is there a website to look at Dumas' parts for the TC3?

I agree that if Losi were to name the XXXS after one of their driver's it should be Paul. He has done well with the car from the begining.
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Hey I thought that some of the parts that Dumas sells under RTR RC for the TC3 will work on the XXXS.....like castor blocks and steering knuckles. So he already has some parts for the XXXS....now more would be nice.
KevinK-he only makes steering knuckles and rear hubs that will work on a XXXS. he doesnt make any caster blocks. he said he has another batch of them being made right now and he hopes to bring the price down on them too!!
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Old 03-19-2003, 09:02 PM   #183
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Thanks Ray I thought that I saw some of the parts packaged with TC3/XXXS on them just didnt remember what parts.
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Old 03-19-2003, 09:11 PM   #184
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Paul should get the Losi car name for his numerous wins, but most importantly, he won with the car the first time out (2001 ROAR Nationals), it was his first big race for Losi and teh first big win for the car. Lemieux also won the Snowbirds last year, and has numerous TQs and other big wins with the Losi.

The only other guy to have that kind of consistent success with the car has been David Spashett.
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Old 03-20-2003, 02:19 PM   #185
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Sweet Delrin Losi parts coming. Yeah spashett would work too, but I'd say Paul has more well known (by us in america) big wins/TQ's.
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I don't know if I will be able to make it to the paved Nats or not. I am going to try, but I won't know until later. All depends on how much time I can get off from work, and when.
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