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Old 12-24-2008, 03:29 PM   #16
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Replacing CVD pins

BY far the best tool imo is the Knock off....but w/e everyone has there opinion.
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The Bonesaver is designed for 1/8 drive shafts. It holds a close tolerance for precise pin replacement. Locktite is not needed as the pins will not self eject.
Its also designed with safety in mind for the user.
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Thanks Ralph. My CVD bone is fine since it was about the 8th tank of fuel when the pin fell smooth out, LOL.
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Thanks Ralph. My CVD bone is fine since it was about the 8th tank of fuel when the pin fell smooth out, LOL.


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Your pin fell out? Did you use the IDRC tool or something else?
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Improvement on the Front Center Diff Shaft:

The 8ight buggy has a high working angle and a small -weak CVD in front of the center diff. They seem to wear out and cause a little noise the looser they get.

I have a Mugen MBX5 that has a large robust CVD that can handle a much larger working angle without binding.
These parts work well without mod to the 8ight chassis or driveline.

mugen parts:

U-Joint Shaft: C0264
U-Joint Cup: C0266
Front/Rear Universal Drive Shaft: C0267 (comes in 2 per pack, Spare)
Pin fro U-Joint: C0265



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Similar for the 8T, the Mugen MBX6 Rear center shaft assemble could replace the front center shaft on the 8T.

U-Joint Shaft: E0227
U-Joint Cup: E0225

2.5x15.8 Pin

Very nice boots E0236
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