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Old 03-16-2012, 10:13 AM   #1
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Default well nitro season is coming up(for seasonal drivers)

and everyone is super excited in the midwest.

this will be my 2nd season with nitro driving and cannot wait!

question is: what items do you guys keep spare in the tool box for the nitro and electric 1/8 scales?

im running associated on both and would like to be well prepared for the upcoming season. LET ME KNOW FELLOW BROTHERS!

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Old 03-16-2012, 01:34 PM   #2
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Not only the season for cars is starting. I think a lot of boaters and airplane guys can't wait to start the new season!
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and everyone is super excited in the midwest.

this will be my 2nd season with nitro driving and cannot wait!

question is: what items do you guys keep spare in the tool box for the nitro and electric 1/8 scales?

im running associated on both and would like to be well prepared for the upcoming season. LET ME KNOW FELLOW BROTHERS!

Thanks,
DJ
A good charger and good tools!!!!! With me I like to keep the part that will get the most wear in my box(arms, hubs, CVD's, ETC). Also Diff and shock oils. Different tracks and different conditions may warrant changes.
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Biggest things are be diligent in your maintence and up keep and be prepared for everything when going to out of town places etc. especially if there isn't parts available on site.
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Biggest things are be diligent in your maintence and up keep and be prepared for everything when going to out of town places etc. especially if there isn't parts available on site.
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Driveshafts, CVDs, suspension arms, turnbuckle ends, and bearings.
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Clutch shoes, clutch springs, clutch bell, glowplugs, exhaust gaskets and springs and fuel line. I also carry enough parts to build a second truggy, but never end up needing them.....
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Clutch shoes, clutch springs, clutch bell, glowplugs, exhaust gaskets and springs and fuel line. I also carry enough parts to build a second truggy, but never end up needing them.....
And lots of bearings.
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And lots of bearings.
Yes, bearings. Lots of them. Replace them early and often. Lots of problems can be averted by keeping things spinning freely....
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