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Old 08-31-2009, 02:14 PM   #16
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your exactly right stubbs, i bought mine used and tore it apart and changed diff fluids when i got it and forgot to replace some shims in the rear diff and it went out instantly first time on the track, so it was totally my fault. im fortunate to have a od team driver at my local track and he changed that thing in like 10 mins. lesson learned
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Old 09-03-2009, 04:57 AM   #17
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Well, I pulled the trigger on a Z01T. I wound up getting the one that NJDevils was selling on here. The season is almost over at my local track, so I'm planning to get an engine, pipe, electronics, etc... in the coming months, and get it on the track next spring.

Looks like I'll be talking to all of the O'Donnell family members on here....so, say hello to your new brother!

Are there any OD guys near Raleigh, NC? I'd love to get up with y'all and invite you to our track...
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guess i need to go back and reshim my diffs to make sure they are good and tight. LOL.... I love my Z01T it is a very nice handling truggy and turns like no other..
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