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Old 04-06-2011, 07:50 AM   #31
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I don't run the MBX6 right now,but however I do like it ...When i did run it, i just glued a thin alu plate on to the wall of the tank.Bulletproof !!See pics:
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Old 04-06-2011, 08:30 AM   #32
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if u have all the right stock pieces u can use a cap head screw no problem, I use the regular 3x10 screws(2.5mm driver) on mine with one of the thick grey washers from the shock stand offs as a washer..... thats the last thing that goes on, doesnt touch tank and never had a problem.. AND when the cb bearings fall apart the cb doesnt fall off and eat the tank like a losi...... just get the right stuff and be done with it...
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Old 04-07-2011, 02:10 PM   #33
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if u have all the right stock pieces u can use a cap head screw no problem, I use the regular 3x10 screws(2.5mm driver) on mine with one of the thick grey washers from the shock stand offs as a washer..... thats the last thing that goes on, doesnt touch tank and never had a problem.. AND when the cb bearings fall apart the cb doesnt fall off and eat the tank like a losi...... just get the right stuff and be done with it...

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Thanks to everyone. My apologizes for the delay in responding as I have been swamped. After putting Mugen parts on and reshimming.....It fits nicely.

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I use a button Head and it works fine for me on my MBX6
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