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Old 08-04-2010, 05:59 AM   #46
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Where do i get parts for the O'Donnell???
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Old 08-04-2010, 06:01 AM   #47
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The best bang for the buck car right now.

O'donnell Z01b Team 2-in-1 kit is now only 299.97 at tower hobbies since the release of the SG.
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Old 08-04-2010, 06:02 AM   #48
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Where do i get parts for the O'Donnell???
Towerhobbies, amain, rcplanet....
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Old 08-04-2010, 06:04 AM   #49
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How is the durability of it,i know it plastic shock caps,do they make metal ones?
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Absolutehobbyz.com if your LHS has great planes as a distributor then they can get parts as well.

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You can get optional alloy shock caps, but you don't need them unless you are on your roof a lot as the tops of the front ones will wear out from gravel rash lol.
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Sweet,the best thing about the hobbyshop i work at is that they have greatplanes and horizonhobby on their side.
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I never really mess up on the track,so then the caps wouldn't matter.Would still like to get them anyway so plastic shock caps don't give me a dnf.
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I never really mess up on the track,so then the caps wouldn't matter.Would still like to get them anyway so plastic shock caps don't give me a dnf.
we have never had a problem with them breaking, as long as the droop is set properly you wont have a problem
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That per ALOT of team drivers, say is necessary.
D8 with alum servo horn and M2C Outer captured hinge pins is all you need.
Add a few springs for tuning options and that is it.

Alot of the "team" guys are going back to the 4mm chassis and standard rear shocks.

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