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Old 03-01-2011, 07:19 PM   #1921
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Old 03-01-2011, 07:42 PM   #1922
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Thanks for the info. I can see where the spool would give you more on power steering. I mainly run on very low traction carpet track. I think the reduced on power steering of the front diff may help in my situation.

Were you running a gear diff in the rear? If so, what diff fluid?
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Old 03-02-2011, 05:09 AM   #1923
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Very, Very, Very low traction carpet!!!!
I will be running the spool. You and Scott with the gear diff. We should have good data to compare as soon as I can get up to speed!!
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Does anyone know were I can fine 10x5x3 mm bearings at?
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Default try Avid rc

did you try Avid RC.
believe they should have most bearing sizes...and very well priced.

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Old 03-04-2011, 04:56 AM   #1926
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If I was advertising a hobby shop in my signature I would hope they had a common bearing size in stock or at least could order them for me. Otherwise I'd be changing my signature.
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Quick question about kit contents: Were the kits supposed to come with the entire set of sway bars? I only had small black bars.
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no, 2 sway bars one for rear one for front included, car works great with this.
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Come on ae were waiting on a gear diff
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and some sexy blue weights to go down the center line, and replace the x-ray ones on the corners!

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it is very hard to find cheap 5x10x3 bearings.. i would recommend moving away from whatever is causing you to run those bearings. you look at the wall, not even touch it, and the bearings self destruct...

i think you best bet is to search the various HK web sites...
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it is very hard to find cheap 5x10x3 bearings.. i would recommend moving away from whatever is causing you to run those bearings. you look at the wall, not even touch it, and the bearings self destruct...

i think you best bet is to search the various HK web sites...
Avid carries them as well as ESKY helicopter bearings PN EK1-0288. I do not know the quality or toughness of either.

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