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Old 08-28-2008, 07:01 AM   #5341
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Old 08-30-2008, 11:25 AM   #5342
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where can i find sure lube for the dampeners?
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Here is another place that carries it.
http://www.lefthander-rc.com/catalog...oducts_id=1114
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hey guys. what size spur gear is everyone using for 17.5. thanx
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hey guys. what size spur gear is everyone using for 17.5. thanx
I'm using an RW 78 tooth, with a PRS 51 tooth pinion (1.75 inch tires), for a rollout of 3.6 inches! (1/12 17.5 carpet on-road )
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I've been running a 76 but thinking of trying a 78 also.
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thanx carbon joe much appreciated!
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It's been a while since I posted this rollout spreadsheet, Excel format in a zip file. Just change the number of teeth for the spur in cell R1, and any desired starting pinion in cell A5. Print it in landcape mode, and it will fit on one page. The top table is rollout in mm, bottom table is rollout in inches. Both tables give the tire size in both mm and inches, so it is easy to find a rollout no matter if someone gives you the mesaurements in metric or english units. Currently, tire sizes range from 1.65 - 1.90 inches (42.0 - 48.25 mm) and pinions range from 31 - 52 teeth. This results in rollouts from 2.06 - 3.98 inches (52.4 - 101.1 mm).
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It's been a while since I posted this rollout spreadsheet, Excel format in a zip file. Just change the number of teeth for the spur in cell R1, and any desired starting pinion in cell A5. Print it in landcape mode, and it will fit on one page. The top table is rollout in mm, bottom table is rollout in inches. Both tables give the tire size in both mm and inches, so it is easy to find a rollout no matter if someone gives you the mesaurements in metric or english units. Currently, tire sizes range from 1.65 - 1.90 inches (42.0 - 48.25 mm) and pinions range from 31 - 52 teeth. This results in rollouts from 2.06 - 3.98 inches (52.4 - 101.1 mm).
Joe, I can't get this to open. What do you think the issue is?
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Joe, I can't get this to open. What do you think the issue is?
I just downloaded it, unzipped it with WinRAR, and it loads OK for me. I'm running WinXP Home, MS Excel 2002, WinRAR 3.30.

What OS and App versions are you running?
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I tried it as well and Excel won't open it. Unzipped using Vista and had to add the ".xls" file extension. Using Excel 2003. Thanks for the help.
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Hers's a picture for anyone who cant open there's hope this helps
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I just downloaded it, unzipped it with WinRAR, and it loads OK for me. I'm running WinXP Home, MS Excel 2002, WinRAR 3.30.

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Vista is a problem by itself. Do you know what Vista means in my language? It's Chicken! Seriously..
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