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Old 06-02-2011, 09:35 PM   #481
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Ok I have acquired a rebel but have no instruction manual and new to 1/12 scale. I need a rear axle the one I have has a slight woble driver side rear and the screws for mounting the rear wheels. Could someone gives me some part numbers . If a CRC axle will fit a part number for it would be good to. Thanks
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I guess driver side would depend on what side of the pond you reside. The crc axle would fit, but your prob is that the screws to mount the wheels would now be standard and not metric. If you are talking the clamping side that wobbles, it could be the clamping hub. For me, I would stick with the top parts
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My Guess the pod plate is thick, or to better hold the washer for the motor screw? I could be wrong it was just a guess.



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My Guess the pod plate is thick, or to better hold the washer for the motor screw? I could be wrong it was just a guess.
No...my point is the indentation is on the wrong side of the motor mount...it faces in toward the motor. Not having the indentation would give more surface contact between the plate and the motor for better heat dissipation and less chance of the motor shifting in an impact.
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No...my point is the indentation is on the wrong side of the motor mount...it faces in toward the motor. Not having the indentation would give more surface contact between the plate and the motor for better heat dissipation and less chance of the motor shifting in an impact.
I cant recall the indent, however i would think it is eaither to allow the load to be spread more evenly, or on some cars there has been a provision to out a small oring on the motor side of the motor screws to stop them from falling out when removing the motor.
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Ok I have acquired a rebel but have no instruction manual and new to 1/12 scale. I need a rear axle the one I have has a slight woble driver side rear and the screws for mounting the rear wheels. Could someone gives me some part numbers . If a CRC axle will fit a part number for it would be good to. Thanks
Just het a CRC axle set, the kit hubs are shite, alloy is soft, and the 2.5mm screws just plain SUCK.
Just use an extra bearing to space out the LHS hub to the correct spacing.
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That would be right, after 4 days of issues with my address, the new parts arrive the day after my order is shipped
You had order in our co. ?
Please pm your order no.

& Your address problems so was delay arrive !
but you was received !

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Please pm your order no.

& Your address problems so was delay arrive !
but you was received !

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Yeah, all is good now, order received yesterday, just frustrating to see something available the day after the order was shipped. Just bad timing on my behalf.
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I guess driver side would depend on what side of the pond you reside. The crc axle would fit, but your prob is that the screws to mount the wheels would now be standard and not metric. If you are talking the clamping side that wobbles, it could be the clamping hub. For me, I would stick with the top parts
the clamping hub gets out of true without too much trouble. a not very spectacular crash and the wheel has about 1.5 to 2mm runout.

i like the arrangement, the screw is easy to access but the hub could use a larger fillet (my $0.02)
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Yeah, all is good now, order received yesterday, just frustrating to see something available the day after the order was shipped. Just bad timing on my behalf.
OK No problem !
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I cant recall the indent, however i would think it is eaither to allow the load to be spread more evenly, or on some cars there has been a provision to out a small oring on the motor side of the motor screws to stop them from falling out when removing the motor.
The load would be better spread with more surface area...as for an o-ring to keep the motor screws in...that's a gimick I could do without.
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Ok I have acquired a rebel but have no instruction manual and new to 1/12 scale. I need a rear axle the one I have has a slight woble driver side rear and the screws for mounting the rear wheels. Could someone gives me some part numbers . If a CRC axle will fit a part number for it would be good to. Thanks
If it is on the left, non gear side it is probably the clamping hub. I had to machine mine, as it gets off square when you clamp it to the axle. Did not take much to clean it up on the lathe, just need a to have a shaft the same dia as your carbon axle (yes there are some tolerance in these) clamp it to the axle and then cut the mounting face until you just kiss all the surfaces. Red anodize is a good "Guide Coat".
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