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Old 10-17-2007, 09:06 PM   #22351
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I am guessing that would only work with a spool or one way??? Or could you use the 415 CVD's with a diff too?
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Old 10-17-2007, 10:00 PM   #22352
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I am guessing that would only work with a spool or one way??? Or could you use the 415 CVD's with a diff too?
Are you doing this because you have parts laying around or for a specific reason? Just wondering as I don't feel the stock pieces have any problems. Plus running a "no-blade" type of outdrive wears quick.
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Old 10-17-2007, 10:02 PM   #22353
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I am guessing that would only work with a spool or one way??? Or could you use the 415 CVD's with a diff too?
yes it will work with a diff as well .. if u want all u need to get it to work pm me ....I have a foam mi3 on the way so, if u feel it will need steel up frt as well i will do it to.......
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Are you doing this because you have parts laying around or for a specific reason? Just wondering as I don't feel the stock pieces have any problems. Plus running a "no-blade" type of outdrive wears quick.
I have had my 415 from day 1 1st 415 then 415ms,415msx mre and the msxx
and soon 416...and i have the same Lw out drives from 3yrs ago in the pic i posted ZERO wear and no blades....the car need's steel bones..........they bend...
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Old 10-18-2007, 04:38 AM   #22355
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I won a PF Dodge stratus 3.0 Carpet Bodyshell at raffel
What are your thoughts about that body shell Does it worth to try or should I put it to ebay ???
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I used the Stratus 3.0 All Purpose at Carpetwars and it was superb.

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Old 10-18-2007, 05:47 AM   #22356
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Thanx Damian
It's PF and for Carpet worth to try
I've bought some of that new titanium screws they are very good quality with a reasonable price... I'm in trouble with that schumacher servo saver I didn't manage to put it together any help ??? SOS

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Old 10-18-2007, 06:11 AM   #22357
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just use a kimbrough medium servo saver. THe one with 5 holes. PN 201 I believe.

As for the dogbones I am hoping to try something else as I have bent both front CVD's pretty badly. This happenes collisions where you break an arm and the dog bone is taken with it and bent at the c-hub where it goes thorough. That and I am still getting excesive wear where the outter pin rotates inside the alloy bowl. The price of the schumacher parts has kept me from replacing it . . .48$$ or something I think!
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Old 10-18-2007, 07:21 AM   #22358
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I would actually recommend the kimbrough medium without the predrilled holes. It lets you put the hole just where you want it(like closer to the edges than the predrilled holes...which lets you stay closer to the original Schumacher arm angle). And if you decide to cut some of the servo saver arm off for clearance concerns, you don't have to worry about the arm already having holes all through it.

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Why donít you just pick up a replacement set of bones, Part# U3233 for $18 you just fixed you cvd's instead of piecing together other kits?

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just use a kimbrough medium servo saver. THe one with 5 holes. PN 201 I believe.

As for the dogbones I am hoping to try something else as I have bent both front CVD's pretty badly. This happenes collisions where you break an arm and the dog bone is taken with it and bent at the c-hub where it goes thorough. That and I am still getting excesive wear where the outter pin rotates inside the alloy bowl. The price of the schumacher parts has kept me from replacing it . . .48$$ or something I think!
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Old 10-18-2007, 07:37 AM   #22360
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Racer tip: Ditch the stock rings and switch to the non-locking rings U2408
racer tip? who did you get that from?

features - i'll be there, but i've got an assigned seat.
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whos this seabal guy.. i heard hes alittle... ah funny...

whats going on man.. havn't talked to ya for a while

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Tips and tricks we've been emailing out for a while now. Not sure if it was Randy or PW that figured it out, but we've been sharing that info for a while


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whats going on man.. havn't talked to ya for a while

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haha. i've got it pretty much all worked out now. 4th in vegas was a little better showing (my first weekend on my car) than when we last met up. christ, it's painful to recall. you coming up for the classic, chump? how ya' been?

who is this pw guy? the e-mail i got said to put sand in the silicone lube to help them wear in... "like wet sanding", he said...
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haha. i've got it pretty much all worked out now. 4th in vegas was a little better showing (my first weekend on my car) than when we last met up. christ, it's painful to recall. you coming up for the classic, chump? how ya' been?

who is this pw guy? the e-mail i got said to put sand in the silicone lube to help them wear in... "like wet sanding", he said...
ah i gotta miss it again man.. i'm sorry... right now i got a loaner 007 to run w/e i can but i'll have another mi3 to run rubber tires with b/c thats all i'll be running from now on.. i've been racing 8th scale gas buggies

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Why donít you just pick up a replacement set of bones, Part# U3233 for $18 you just fixed you cvd's instead of piecing together other kits?
just looking at all my options. The u3233 are the older purple alloy or the newer silver?? I was thiking they were the older purple ones.
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