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Old 07-20-2009, 08:02 PM   #16
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here is step by step how to replace them

http://radiocontrolcoslada.blogspot....-cvd-pins.html
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I have Money sitting on the shelf in the form of unused cars & now not much money coming in from work anymore. I'm gonna have to do something about that so I can afford my own hudy tool.
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thats almost what im figuring on too. just not quite as many..
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Old 07-20-2009, 08:14 PM   #19
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here is step by step how to replace them

http://radiocontrolcoslada.blogspot....-cvd-pins.html
thanks dreaux!
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the chain breaker in that how to is the Expensive Motion pro version....about 80-100$....Ebay has a knock off version for 35$ that is IDENTICAL and does the exact same job....there are no adaptor's to swap and does not require the bone's to be removed from the chassis...its just easier with them out....and another tip is you HAVE TO use red LIQUID loc tite when you press in a new pin....they can and WILL walk out if you dont.
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for the past couple weeks a freind of mind has lost the barral and grub screw out of front drive shaft. im pretty sure im completely out now have to get more. friday we red lok tighted it and it dried for about 10 hours. he put the buggy on the track and after 5 laqps it was gone. ended up putting a whole new fr drive shaft in. he made it threw half a 20 min main+3 5 min qual. and then again it fell out. maybe somthing in the diffs are over powering. i do know his pins are flat and cant help nothing. but the replacment shaft looked a little better.
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Very important to clean the set screw and cup threads to remove any oil. The thread lock will not help if used on an oily surface. I was having a wierd binding problem in the front of my 8t, after several attempts to correct my 'diff problem' I finally figured out it was caused by the pin being worn. Replaced the pin and good as new.
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I have Money sitting on the shelf in the form of unused cars & now not much money coming in from work anymore. I'm gonna have to do something about that so I can afford my own hudy tool.
Next time your at Revelations I could re-pin the drivetrain pins for you. No charge!
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