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Old 01-11-2012, 07:02 AM   #4021
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By the look of the stickers on his car, a TCX won the 17.5 class at the DHI cup His car looked very good on track aswell, be keen to know what chassis he used on the car.
Steffen was racing the TCX, he used my lipo chassis, same chassis as seen on the cars of Freddy Südhoff and Dominik Fleischmann and some other HB guys
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Old 01-11-2012, 11:13 AM   #4022
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What brand of spur gears are you all using

I run in 13.5 Blinky and need to gear at around 4.5 - 5.5?

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You don't say what pitch your using but I run an Xray 48 pitch 84 tooth. The only issue is that only 2 screw holes line up, but that's not been a problem for me over the last year.
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Old 01-11-2012, 12:42 PM   #4023
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Any other brands?

I am based in the UK and need some fairly urgently!
RW Spurs fit OK
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What brand of spur gears are you all using

I run in 13.5 Blinky and need to gear at around 4.5 - 5.5?

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I use the RW spur, mod 48 77/33 = 4,55
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Thanks for all the help on the spur gear advice
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hello guys, I have problems with my CVD, I do not know why but even putting a lock liquid in the screw, the pin shaft always out and broke my stering block, I searched but did not find any solution on the internet, but I found for TRF417, as in the photo below, do you know if there is something like this for the TCX

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hello guys, I have problems with my CVD, I do not know why but even putting a lock liquid in the screw, the pin shaft always out and broke my stering block, I searched but did not find any solution on the internet, but I found for TRF417, as in the photo below, do you know if there is something like this for the TCX

The tamiya stub axle and coupler set is a direct replacement for the HB parts. Just use the HB dogbone and you will be fine.
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hello guys, I have problems with my CVD, I do not know why but even putting a lock liquid in the screw, the pin shaft always out and broke my stering block, I searched but did not find any solution on the internet, but I found for TRF417, as in the photo below, do you know if there is something like this for the TCX

These, http://www.hpieurope.com/piw.php?lang=en&partNo=68759

# 68759 UNIVERSAL AXLE PIN COVER (2PCS)

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fit over the CVD and the pin shaft will not go out anymore, and the screw is not necessary.
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Old 01-13-2012, 09:11 AM   #4029
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These, http://www.hpieurope.com/piw.php?lang=en&partNo=68759

# 68759 UNIVERSAL AXLE PIN COVER (2PCS)

Attachment 861552


fit over the CVD and the pin shaft will not go out anymore, and the screw is not necessary.
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best option are the Pin holders.
using the screw compresses the screw to on side...always best to let the pin float in it's position.
I've been using the following:
Top ti covers...but others will fit also.
HB axle
Yokomo bones
Yokomo spool cups (steel)

this setup is virtually chatter free.
and I found to be the cheapest route
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These, http://www.hpieurope.com/piw.php?lang=en&partNo=68759

# 68759 UNIVERSAL AXLE PIN COVER (2PCS)

Attachment 861552


fit over the CVD and the pin shaft will not go out anymore, and the screw is not necessary.
thank you AGNO, I realy dont knew about this. I will buy one for me!!
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Does Anybody used thermal retractable (Shrink Tube) to cover the axle pin?
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Does Anybody used thermal retractable (Shrink Tube) to cover the axle pin?
I have used it before...
you have use the right stuff....super flex and strong (usually has a glossy finish)
has to be cut perfect as to not interfere with axle movement.
but I still prefer the axle covers above all.
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I have used it before...
you have use the right stuff....super flex and strong (usually has a glossy finish)
has to be cut perfect as to not interfere with axle movement.
but I still prefer the axle covers above all.
uhun, it's only to use until the HB cover arrived here. hehehe
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uhun, it's only to use until the HB cover arrived here. hehehe
The TOP axles covers fit perfectly....if can get them in Brazil.
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The TOP axles covers fit perfectly....if can get them in Brazil.
Yes, also axle pin cover TOP, fit well
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