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Old 07-23-2008, 12:51 AM   #1
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Default RC8 screw question

hey my buggy wasnt arrived yet, and im trying to buy a bunch of hudy tools and whatnot, are the allen screws on the RC8 metric or good ole AMERRRRUHCUNN? pm right quick if you know, thanks =D
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urr ok just glanced over something that says all hardware is metric, anyone know what all sizes there might be?
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1.5 2 2.5 all metric
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Old 07-23-2008, 05:57 AM   #4
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Default Get a good 1.5 mm hex wrench...

The biggest majority of screws on that buggy use the 2 mm size....get a good 2 mm wrench that won't strip out on you....

Associated makes a hex driver set (ASC1541) that fits most of the hex screws on the RC8....around $45 - $50..
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The biggest majority of screws on that buggy use the 2mm size....get a good 2mm wrench that won't strip out on you....

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Thanks everyone, I was able to find exactly the tools I needed
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Fixed.

Ah! My bad! I fixed my original post as well.....
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