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Old 11-15-2007, 02:53 PM   #16
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Here's my bulletproof list.

Alum. Front inner hinge pin cover.
Captured steering rod ends
Alum. Servo Saver Top
Alum. Steering servo horn
Alum. Front center diff insert
King Headz QC engine mount (Worth it for maintenance)
Alum. rear diff bearing inserts.
Foam/Lexan in the bottom of the battery box

Both my buggy and truggy are setup this way. After all this I can't complain about anything breaking. Wear and tear is another issue though.

Where did you get the captured rod ends ? I`ve been looking for them and I must be looking at the wrong places .
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http://www.losi.com/Products/Feature...rodId=LOSA6050

I just bought another set of these. Just use the hollow balls and not the threaded balls. A 5-40 screw and washer and you're done.
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Old 11-16-2007, 06:05 PM   #19
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Here's my bulletproof list.

Alum. Front inner hinge pin cover.
Captured steering rod ends
Alum. Servo Saver Top
Alum. Steering servo horn
Alum. Front center diff insert
King Headz QC engine mount (Worth it for maintenance)
Alum. rear diff bearing inserts.
Foam/Lexan in the bottom of the battery box

Both my buggy and truggy are setup this way. After all this I can't complain about anything breaking. Wear and tear is another issue though.
does it applies to the losi 8ight T?
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A.C. yes. I have my truggy set up the same way. In fact the list I posted above came from the Losi Truggy thread here on RC Tech. It was my post over there.
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Old 11-17-2007, 09:02 AM   #21
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i always keep an extra clutch bell handy, i have broken the stock ones and the robinson ones
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