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Old 08-17-2003, 06:31 PM   #5806
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Correction, sorry, I meant that the axle doesn't extend past the nylon part of the nut.
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Old 08-17-2003, 07:13 PM   #5807
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would just want to ask again. does anyone know where i could get delrin spools? i read at the april (i think..) of rcca about a company called ready-to-run rc that produces delrin parts for associated, anyone know the webiste of this company? thanks in advance.
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Old 08-17-2003, 07:37 PM   #5808
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Misfits-Nuke, you might want to exchange those wheels nuts with team associated's aluminum "low-profile" wheel nuts part number; 3438, those tend to fall off as the axle barely extends past the nylon part of the nut. Car look good.
ok thanks, ill order it from em when i fix the order issues, tomorrow.
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Old 08-17-2003, 08:04 PM   #5809
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hi
does anyone have the part number for 4 degree and 2 degree C-hubs,graphite?
or are there no graphite for that?
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Old 08-17-2003, 08:26 PM   #5810
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there arent, only the 0 degree is in graphite
the 2: 3870
the 4: 3872
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Old 08-17-2003, 08:34 PM   #5811
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thanks,so would u recommend getting a 4 deg hub?my track is really small(longest straight 50 feet),and we turn quite a lot.
and i just found out that there are japanese companies making some pretty cheap stuff:
USD10 for a pair of aluminium/steel CVD bones.and more.
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Old 08-17-2003, 09:13 PM   #5812
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lee, you could try the ones from losi, they are the same with the associated ones. i think that some (if not majority) use this because of longer steering throws or something. i use 4 degrees both for carpet and outdoor/indoor asphalt so that i dont change parts a lot. goodluck!
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Old 08-17-2003, 09:24 PM   #5813
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sup,
can please clarify,do u mean i can use Losi Part number
A9753,as a direct replacement for the C-hubs AND steering blocks?sounds like cool.
thanks.
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Old 08-17-2003, 11:34 PM   #5814
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i have not posted here in a long long time..

i have been playing with other mfg cars.

To anyone out there Wondering i Running a TC3 with a Milled out chassie (battries moved in) makes a diffrence, DO IT, you will not regret it.

With the new chassie I TQ on saterday in Sportsman @ socal.. i of corse blew it in the main but the car felt very smooth.
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Hey JasonC does moving the battery in towards the center make a lot or a little different. how does it feel after you do it?
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Old 08-18-2003, 12:07 AM   #5816
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am not sure about the part number coz i own only 1 car w/c is a tc3. but losi packages these in 1 pack (c hubs and steering blocks) while the associated has seperate packages for the c hubs and the steering blocks. try asking at the losi topic or just wait for further replies from the tc3 gurus here.
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Has anybody tried the IRS Lite Outdrives for the TC3? If you have, would I be wise to purchase their composite cvd's to reduce the wear on the outdrives? Are the composite's lighter than the Factory Team aluminum cvd's.?
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Has anybody tried the IRS Lite Outdrives for the TC3? If you have, would I be wise to purchase their composite cvd's to reduce the wear on the outdrives? Are the composite's lighter than the Factory Team aluminum cvd's.?
I use the IRS Big Dawg aluminum bones with the Lite Outdrives. The combination is very strong, light and lasts a long time. They easily take the abuse of carpet racing.
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Old 08-18-2003, 12:52 PM   #5819
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Alright, I just ran my car for the first time yesterday. I ended up meeting ups at my front door after my work friday night, and grabbed the boxes, and got to work. stayed up till 4:15 in the morning building the car. .
nice!!!...

I just got my Factory Team Kit and stayed up until 530am! I thought I was the only freak...

But anyways, was able to "start the wheels spinning" had to borrow a radio from my friend since my JR is being fixed...

ANYhow, here are some pics...
before
during...kinda
and almost done
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Hey dasgruvn, nice car. Your gonna love it.
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