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Old 11-06-2007, 04:58 AM   #1
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Default mbx5t truggy cvd problems help needed

anyone out there got a mugen truggy and had problems with rear cvds mine seem to be too close for comfort sitting right on edge of diff cup ,, ,,,all stock setup ,,dont know whats wrong front cvds are right in middle of cup yet rears are right on edge and they reguylarly drop out ,,,i have chrecked manual and front and rear cvds and diff cups are same for front and rear anyone with mbx5t look at your rear cvd and tell us where yours are ?????
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Hub carriers could be on wrong sides of vehicle, can sometimes be hard to tell witch side they go on, especially the aluminum pro-spec ones.
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Old 11-06-2007, 06:18 AM   #3
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switch the rear hub carriers thats the problem
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The hub carriers have a slight swoop at the bottom and I think you got them on backwards.
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i had the same problem. Ur hubs are on wrong!!!
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Old 11-07-2007, 02:36 AM   #6
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Old 11-07-2007, 05:46 AM   #7
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me again,,said thanks without checking ,,but im still in trouble ,,according to manual my hubs carriers were right ,assuming by hub carriers you mean part EO126R/L prospec and EO110R/L standard ,,my wheel scrapers mounts are towards back of car as per diagrams ,,,i changed anyhow wasent right as per manual ,,could it be my lower suspension arms
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Did you swap them from ? If not, try it and see if it helps. You most likely have them on the wrong side which will also then widen the rear wheelbase causing that problem.
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You could have them on the wrong side or could have them on backwards (inside of the hub carrier on the outside).
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please post a picture of the complete arm assembly so we can see what is the real problem maybe is just the possition of the upper arms and even the hub carriers could be wrong because even with the scrappers facing to the back the carriers could be in the wrong side
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