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Old 03-25-2009, 08:51 PM   #1
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Hey guys...I got a way to remove the pins that wear out on CVD's(at the joint)...my question is,i was able to find a mugen part number for the 3mm pins,but now i need the bigger 4mm pins that the 3mm pins go through...basically rebuilding CVD's instead of spending $50 each time a need 2 new ones.


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Old 03-25-2009, 09:14 PM   #2
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those are universals, are you sure they are rebuildable?
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I think some one said you can get em' from McMaster-Carr on here. Anyone?
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Jammin CVD's are non rebuild able as far as i know....and ya it sucks 50$ a pair...i played that game for over a year running big modded .28's which would eat a set of bones in NO time.....i eventually ditched the truck....1 solution is to use different CVD's....the Kyosho ST-R bones are a direct swap but you need to change out your hex's as they use a smaller pin to hold them in place and drilling out a Hardened steel CVD to use a bigger pin is pointless...just get some kyosho hex's and the CVD's should drop right in....i bought a couple set's of CVD's but never got the hex's and eventually sold the truck and gave the bone's to a buddy running a X1 BCE conversion.
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