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Old 08-18-2003, 10:26 PM   #6886
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I got my extra dog bones from losi. They make steel ones and aluminium ones. The part number for the aluminium ones is A-9971.
are they usually sold in pairs?

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Old 08-18-2003, 10:40 PM   #6887
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Before the Reedy race, there were 30+ people running 19 turn on Saturdays @ SoCal. Everyone practicing for the spec class. That's actually where I started really running the 19 turns a lot. I put a stock in yesterday and ran in a stock class too and it felt like I had a parachute on the back of the car. I haven't run stock in a couple months.
I heard about the # of people running 19turn before Reedy, guess I'll have to wait until next year to run 19turn
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Old 08-18-2003, 11:47 PM   #6888
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Is the one-way worth it for the xxx-s? I havent been in rc for a long time so excuse me for being a little dumb. The front one way makes it so that only the rear wheels are spinning right?>
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Old 08-18-2003, 11:59 PM   #6889
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It makes it so only the rear wheels brake, but all four drive on power. A one-way bearing allows the fronts to freewheel when power is take away. They give more corner speed by not letting the inside front wheel to unload under high speed cornering. But are difficult to drive because you have to be really, really good and have a near perfectly even setup on the car to use brakes.
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Old 08-19-2003, 11:12 AM   #6890
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How do you manage to put the rear hubs on rear arm standard hole? Because the dog bones stays just on the drive hub tip. Do I need a longer dog bone ???
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You need the non-offset hubs to use the outer set of holes. Its another tuning option with the car. The off set hubs make the car rotate faster and are manily used with higher bite tracks but not ONLY on higher bite tracks. So get a set of the non-offset hubs if you want to try that outside hole.
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Old 08-19-2003, 01:02 PM   #6892
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hey guys any of you experience clicking sounds when running your car?
(im using the blue belt)
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Old 08-19-2003, 01:54 PM   #6893
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are they usually sold in pairs?
yes,they are sold in pairs.You can go with the standard steel dog bones that were used on the original XXX-S or the Alluminum bones that are standard on the XXX-S Graphite kit.Both use the same axle.
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LEE : the losi knucles will give more steering throw and is 100% compatible with the TC3.




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were did you get the red ball cups?

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hey guys any of you experience clicking sounds when running your car?
(im using the blue belt)
the clicking sound comes from the diffs
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Old 08-19-2003, 03:33 PM   #6896
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the clicking sound comes from the diffs
is there something wrong with my diffs with them to be making that sound?

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If it's under braking, it's your front pully skipping a tooth or two on the belt. No biggie. That's normal but is minimal when you're running the yellow belt. If it's other times, I'm not sure what it could be.
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yes,they are sold in pairs.You can go with the standard steel dog bones that were used on the original XXX-S or the Alluminum bones that are standard on the XXX-S Graphite kit.Both use the same axle.
The CVD bones come one to a package....if your talking about the whole assembly with axles and stuff then they are sold in pairs.
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LEE : the losi knucles will give more steering throw and is 100% compatible with the TC3.




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were did you get the red ball cups?
I usedd the ones from the Losi matt francis offroad buggy but you have to cut them down with a dremmel. Looks sweet hu!
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Hi Kevin,

Could you give me the part number of that non-offset hubs?
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