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Old 12-04-2013, 02:45 AM   #751
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Do they use a narrower bearing on the inside, or a standard one?
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Do they use a narrower bearing on the inside, or a standard one?
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What's the first 3 things you change on carpet when traction comes up?
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Old 12-04-2013, 10:24 AM   #755
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What's the first 3 things you change on carpet when traction comes up?
Rear diff, Shock Oil and camber
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What's the first 3 things you change on carpet when traction comes up?
First camber .
2nd lengthen camber links
3rd go to high role blocks ()
If Ur still traction rolling with
0 front camber
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High role blocks ()
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...... Glue sidewall or slow down .
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What's the first 3 things you change on carpet when traction comes up?
I go about it differently depending on the situation.

First- Traction compound application (less on front).
Second- Thin shim on front axles to widen out the front width (especially in traction rolling circumstances).
Third- Camber links, lengthen as stated above.
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I go about it differently depending on the situation.

First- Traction compound application (less on front).
Second- Thin shim on front axles to widen out the front width (especially in traction rolling circumstances).
Third- Camber links, lengthen as stated above.
I always dope tires same tho I might do front and rear at different duration . but I can't do of the tire consistently every time it always puttles on bottom of tire. Wheel spacers work tho in some cases
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Hey guys has anyone used the MR. Roche slick marc ceramic bearings? Or should I just stick with the Xray bearings?

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so what did you all do to get the rear end the way you liked ,anyone fancy posting set up sheets for comparison?
I started with the kit carpet setup and the rear was crazy loose. After a few changes this is what I came up with, now it is more stable and easy to drive. Setup Here
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I started with the kit carpet setup and the rear was crazy loose. After a few changes this is what I came up with, now it is more stable and easy to drive. Setup here
That link doesn't appear to have worked.

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https://rs823p1.rapidshare.com/cgi-b...ovo1.pdf&bin=1

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Make sure the wheels aren't rubbing on the outer front camber link cup. On my sweep qts32 on the new wheels, it rubs quite badly with 2mm on the outside.

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