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Old 03-04-2014, 04:19 PM   #691
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The shims are really nice. A lot easier to adjust roll centers with the shims then washers.
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Old 03-04-2014, 04:33 PM   #692
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Agreed, they are a must for your toolbox!

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Old 03-04-2014, 06:34 PM   #693
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+1...

also Im using the Servo Saver, XT/Futaba and its working just as well as anything else out there

http://www.teamassociated.com/parts/details/25162/
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Old 03-04-2014, 08:53 PM   #694
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Dan, yes they will fit.

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Old 03-05-2014, 12:17 PM   #695
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Hi guys someone please help, I ordered parts from hksrc. Com. NEVER order from them, I just got ripped off. But basically here's my issue, I broke one of my front axles on my 6.1wc and figured I'd just replace the cvd with dcj axles. Reflex is sold out, I can't get the 6.2 ones because they are on backorder. I read somewhere that Tamiya has compatible front dcj axles?? Does anybody know of any dcj I can use or ones that are compatible with the tc6.1 wc??
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Hi guys someone please help, I ordered parts from hksrc. Com. NEVER order from them, I just got ripped off. But basically here's my issue, I broke one of my front axles on my 6.1wc and figured I'd just replace the cvd with dcj axles. Reflex is sold out, I can't get the 6.2 ones because they are on backorder. I read somewhere that Tamiya has compatible front dcj axles?? Does anybody know of any dcj I can use or ones that are compatible with the tc6.1 wc??
I bought spec r @ tq raceway
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+1...

also Im using the Servo Saver, XT/Futaba and its working just as well as anything else out there

http://www.teamassociated.com/parts/details/25162/
Got the same one one, works fine for me too.

You can get up to 24-25 degrees of steering throw with it on the inside wheel, which suits me fine, as it's slightly shorter than the stock arm.
If you like a ton of steering throw you may need to get the xray servo saver or equivalent, which is taller.
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Old 03-05-2014, 01:18 PM   #698
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The spec r ones fit with bearings and hubs and everything? Any modification needed? Can you please let me know a part number if you know it?
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The spec r ones fit with bearings and hubs and everything? Any modification needed? Can you please let me know a part number if you know it?
I dont know the part # . But you dont need to do any modifications.

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I dont know the part # . But you dont need to do any modifications.

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Excellent thank you very much! Will post an update with part numbers once I get them
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Hi all,
I am finally back up and running!!
I have TC6/TC6.1 Servo mounts available without anodizing at this time. (tough to find economical anodizers in California)
A new direct fit TC6.2 Carbon bumper support and adjustable carbon battery stays for both the older 6.1 and new 6.2 styles.

If anyone knows of a reliable yet inexpensive anodizer please PM me so that we can turn these parts BLUE.

See the pics of the bumper support below and pics of the battery stays. Pricing and some other goodies are soon to follow.
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With the Blue/ Light Blue RSD springs...what are you guys using for shock oils? This is for 17.5
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Has anyone had trouble getting your shocks even? i built mine all the same however, one feels normal, two feel stiff, and one feels very stiff. they all move smoothly until i tighenten the bottom cap. I'm not sure how to fix it. are the holes in those bottom caps not centered? could that be the problem?
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First see if the bottom spacers slide smoothly on the shaft. If they don't, try gently reaming with a drill bit or arm reamer.

If that's smooth, you could try sanding them down a hair so the oring isn't pinched so much.

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thanks for the tips, Mike. i'll give those a try
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