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Old 05-22-2009, 11:58 AM   #1
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Default Spider Gear upgrade for Jammin ?

Does anyone know what I can do to upgrade the Spiders on my Jammin diffs ? Well its not a jammin but rather my DM-1, which uses the same diffs.... My current stock spiders are already showing excessive wear at 1 gallon, I need to order new spiders but I would rather order something stronger then stock if possible.... anyone have any ideas ?
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Old 05-22-2009, 12:36 PM   #2
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kyosho ones will fit,at least from the 777 series.hot bodies ones should fit as well,i think they are hardened steel,but were often changed out because they were "notchy"(from the lightning series).the kyoshos are aluminum as well,but are enexpensive.stronger or better,idk,but it is a place to start looking.you could shim yours as well
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Try the ones from the hyper st pro truggy. I never had a problem with mine. Being an Ofna product the should fit right in.
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