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Old 02-16-2005, 06:48 AM   #12841
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JRX-S could u put a pic of ur cars on this thred please
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Old 02-16-2005, 09:36 PM   #12842
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Jake,

This is the XXX-S thread. You just need to go to the JRX-S thread for pictures. Or try www.teamlosi.com
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Old 02-17-2005, 06:46 AM   #12843
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I have had the complete Acer ceramic bearing kit in one car and a Trinity kit in the other. Both kits cost about $100 each at the time and have been excellent for over 12 months now.

Using ceramic balls in the diff/thrust area is another high end mod to consider. My diffs go forever.

FYI...I have a "diff" car and a "one-way" car. Otherwise, their setups are pretty similar. The "one-way" car currently gets the nod for most situations.
What size balls do you need for the diff/thrust bearing deal?
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Old 02-17-2005, 07:04 AM   #12844
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I would like to know with is the smaller hole orange piston or red piston . I think orange is 57 and red 56.
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Old 02-17-2005, 07:56 AM   #12845
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no i mean can i hv a pic of ur cars pls JRX-S BILL
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What size balls do you need for the diff/thrust bearing deal?
Harsh,

Here is the scoop I had in an e-mail from Bill Riggins...Bill

* Silicon nitride grade three balls in both diff and thrust sizes (3/32 and 5/64 inch) are $1 each.

* The extreme pressure grease is $2.50 per syringe.

* Shipping for orders over $50.00 is free. If the total is less:

-----Domestic first class shipping is $2.50. We’ve shipped thousands of balls with none lost or damaged by the USPS. If you are worried insurance can be added to any package for for $2.00 or you can use Priority Mail to make the package trackable.
-----International shipping (via Global Priority Mail) is $6.00.

* Couple of things to consider when buying. With the Losi and Mugen thrust bearings you have a choice when it comes to ball size. Seven 3/32 inch balls or eight 5/64 inch balls can be used (most use seven of the larger 3/32 balls to reduce wear). The other item to consider is most racers pickup two sets of thrust balls to use with each set of diff balls (since the thrust bearing carries about twice the load the diff bearing does the thrust balls wear about twice as fast regardless what type balls are used).

* Payment via Paypal: We have a personal account with Paypal so payment with a debit or credit card is not available. Any other Paypal funding source is fine, so payment can be sent from your PayPal balance, from a Paypal eCheck, from a bank account that has been linked to your Paypal account, etc. Feel free to ask if you need help using this the first time. The Paypal address to make the transfer to is: riggins@hotpop.com.

* You can also pay with a USPS money order to: Bill Riggins, 1646 Fieldgreen Overlook, Stone Mountain, GA 30088. Please include the number of large balls/small balls/grease syringes with the payment.

If you have any other questions feel free to email. Thanks,

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Old 02-17-2005, 08:02 AM   #12847
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???? ...english please ...So the diff balls are 3/32 and the thrust bearing I can use either 3/32 or 5/64?
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no i mean can i hv a pic of ur cars pls JRX-S BILL
Jake,

And I just got back from Scotland a couple weeks ago...And couldn't understand your request...He, he...

And I thought those Scots were hard to understand... More he, he...

Got to head off to work...Maybe later.
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???? ...english please ...So the diff balls are 3/32 and the thrust bearing I can use either 3/32 or 5/64?
Kings or Queens?

You got it. I am still using the standard 5/64 size for the thrust; but, Riggins' logic works.
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Old 02-17-2005, 03:04 PM   #12850
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thanks JRX-S bill
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Old 02-17-2005, 03:17 PM   #12851
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what's the deal with you always asking people to post pics of their xxx-s?
are you trying to copy a layout or something?
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Old 02-17-2005, 03:21 PM   #12852
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sorry i didnt no it was against the law.
i just wantd to see there setups and what metal bits they had because i am saving up 2 buy some and i was just seeing what one were best to get.
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Old 02-17-2005, 03:27 PM   #12853
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no it's not against the law, but you seem to ask that question a lot
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Old 02-17-2005, 03:28 PM   #12854
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i no im just curious
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Old 02-17-2005, 03:35 PM   #12855
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do you have a xxx-s teamlosi
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