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Old 03-12-2004, 07:02 AM   #5866
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I was wondering if somone could provide sales information for the Jugen' parts?

They look to be great quality, and sadly I'm a bit under caffinated this morning to review all the threads to find the contact info.

Your help is appreciated

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Old 03-12-2004, 12:03 PM   #5867
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I was wondering if somone could provide sales information for the Jugen' parts?

They look to be great quality, and sadly I'm a bit under caffinated this morning to review all the threads to find the contact info.

Your help is appreciated

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Old 03-12-2004, 12:16 PM   #5868
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hey guys

Just installed my lightweight tamiya prop with the new gears too, tis light! At first it span nice n smooth but there was 1 horrible tight spot. first thing i done was check all the gears for burrs an i managed to get rid of 1 pretty big one, after that it was better but still a little bind. Put some tiny shimms between the gearcase and boxs ( useing the square aliminium box's here ) and then it was perfect. NO binding or tightspots at all.

Tried with 2 diffs in too and it was even better!

Gonna give the chassis a break in tonite hopefully might even become niceer

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Old 03-12-2004, 12:39 PM   #5869
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What's the spares number for the Surikarn (thick) EVO 3 chassisplate?
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Old 03-12-2004, 12:45 PM   #5870
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What's the spares number for the Surikarn (thick) EVO 3 chassisplate?
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Old 03-12-2004, 01:16 PM   #5871
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Old 03-12-2004, 04:19 PM   #5872
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Old 03-12-2004, 11:23 PM   #5873
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hey guys

Just installed my lightweight tamiya prop with the new gears too, tis light! At first it span nice n smooth but there was 1 horrible tight spot. first thing i done was check all the gears for burrs an i managed to get rid of 1 pretty big one, after that it was better but still a little bind. Put some tiny shimms between the gearcase and boxs ( useing the square aliminium box's here ) and then it was perfect. NO binding or tightspots at all.

Tried with 2 diffs in too and it was even better!

Gonna give the chassis a break in tonite hopefully might even become niceer

thanks

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Why do you want to break your chassis ? For sure it will not handle as well.

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Old 03-14-2004, 03:05 PM   #5876
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Hi,
I have a question, there are 4 suspension mounts for the EvoIII, a-d. Can anyone tell me the width of the part from the outside of the socket hole to the outside of the other socket hole? I'm trying to get toe in out of my HPI pro4 (sorry guys...) and I'd like to know how much difference there is in each mount. A is listed as (MM6x1), c is listed as (MM7x1), not sure what this means. Any help would be appreciated.
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Does anyone have an Extra EVO 3 One Way that they are selling or where can I get just the one way assembly for my TB02
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Hi,
I have a question, there are 4 suspension mounts for the EvoIII, a-d. Can anyone tell me the width of the part from the outside of the socket hole to the outside of the other socket hole? I'm trying to get toe in out of my HPI pro4 (sorry guys...) and I'd like to know how much difference there is in each mount. A is listed as (MM6x1), c is listed as (MM7x1), not sure what this means. Any help would be appreciated.
Here are my measurements:

A 48,4mm
B 49,3mm
C 50,0mm
D 51,0mm

Maybe someone can check my results.


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