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Old 06-04-2004, 07:03 AM   #5236
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but mybe if your using a high power mod motor (12 or 10t say) maybe the CA will just get ripped off.

if you get what i mean
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Old 06-04-2004, 09:21 AM   #5237
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Mossie, the stock gold springs are 19lb and the silver ones are 16.9lb.
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Old 06-04-2004, 10:03 AM   #5238
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Guys;

OK OK already, I give up. Can't win agains't an Army

My point was that 2.5-3.0 degrees per side has always been excessive in any of my cars, especially Electric Cars.

Now, does anyone know who has the option toe blocks (less than 2.5) the in stock at the moment (preferably in the USA)?

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Old 06-04-2004, 10:06 AM   #5239
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OK OK already, I give up. Can't win agains't an Army

My point was that 2.5-3.0 degrees per side has always been excessive in any of my cars, especially Electric Cars.

Now, does anyone know who has the option toe blocks in stock at the moment (preferably in the USA)?

Thanks,
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for anyone that wants to make a spool but has no metal lathe is there a easier way to make one?

is it possible to just fill a oneway with CA glue and do it like this??
Build a diff with old parts and tighten the snot out of it.
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Old 06-04-2004, 10:31 AM   #5241
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for anyone that wants to make a spool but has no metal lathe is there a easier way to make one?

is it possible to just fill a oneway with CA glue and do it like this??
CA will break apart... use JB Weld.... the one-way outdrive cups are hollow... you can lock them down with a long screw and nut....
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Old 06-04-2004, 01:43 PM   #5242
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i CAed my arm before and also tried JB weld. I find they are equally strong (or equaly weak)

Downside on the JB weld is you have to wait a day for curing
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hey folks!!!

does anydoby know which spurs fit this car????

thanks!
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"Downside on the JB weld is you have to wait a day for curing"

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Old 06-04-2004, 05:04 PM   #5245
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hey folks!!!

does anydoby know which spurs fit this car????

thanks!
Stock Spur is 98T. 100T is probably max.
Xenon spur gears work best..but others like
Robinson and Kimbrough std. spurs should fit fine
as long as there are 4 mounting holes ...
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The biggest spur you can fit with the stock chassis is a 102 tooth 64 pitch....with a thicker chassis you can fit a 104 tooth. The problem with the larger spur is that it hangs out the bottom of the chassis. Hope this helps you....Im not sure on 48 pitch as I have not run that on the car.

Edit....and any normal spur gear will fit Kimbrough, RW, Trinity or HPI they all fit with out issue.
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Old 06-04-2004, 05:07 PM   #5247
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Hey Pro 4 guys......I have 2 things that you may be interested in. I have a stock chassis that has never been used and a built but never used one way. Chassis was prepped by the guy I bought the unused kit from. I will let these go for 50.00 shipped (total for both). I will sell individually for 30.00 each (shipped).
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hey folks!!!

does anydoby know which spurs fit this car????

thanks!
RW spurs will fit, thats all anyone needs to know! These are the best spurs on the market in my opinion.

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any suggestion for 48 pitch gears???? what are the biggest spur and the smaller spur that fit the car???
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48 pitch gear.....72
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