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Old 01-02-2010, 09:13 PM   #1
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I noticed some play in my wheels,i mean if u pull out on the wheels they seem to move a little in and out,i held the bones to see if it was just them moving but the wheels still move a little,it looks like the hubs have a little play in them. i would think this is normal but just wonted to make sure. thanks
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Old 01-02-2010, 09:22 PM   #2
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thats just the axles wearing i wouldnt worry about it if its only a little amount of play. i run a losi eight, and there worse than a little play its typical on them though.
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thats ok but i just put in all new aluminum stubs ,it must be the same as your losi.
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if you put new stubs in there shouldnt be much ,play at all maybe just a tick.
maybe the rear hub carrier is worned down inside ?
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If you get a cva rebuild kit it will help out part of the problem. Part #89105
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