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Old 01-29-2013, 04:17 PM   #151
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Wow some amazing cars on this thread...soon as I can figure out how to upload pics I'll post some of my reflex nt and gs sonic both are rollers sitting around getting dusty...well this has inspired my new winter project
Hey I have a ton of parts for the Reflex NT including a NIP main chassis. Let me know if you are interested tonyzonerc@comcast.net
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Hey Lilchill - got Parts!! I have main chassis, suspension parts and other body parts. PM me
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i am still looking for an old mclaren mk 6 or mk8 body or if you know of any company that is making some let me know need for a dynamic suspension shelf queen thanks
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Old 01-31-2013, 12:50 PM   #154
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Hey Lilchill - got Parts!! I have main chassis, suspension parts and other body parts. PM me
NytroNutz..yeah I'm looking for arms hubs spring sets clutchbell and gears minions and spurs...I'm new to the forums so trying to work out how to pm
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anyone out there know the size of bearings i need for my 941 active's clutch bell? it is the blue one in the picture, the older bmt 2 speed bells in the picture are to large for the 941 and standard 5x10x4 bearings are alittle to big see picture, when i tap them in to seat them correctly the outside case of the bearing cracks. so im thinking a 5x10x4 flanged bearing might work but im unsure. as you can see i spent alot of money on the other clutch bell's only to find out they dont work with the car im restoring.

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NytroNutz..yeah I'm looking for arms hubs spring sets clutchbell and gears minions and spurs...I'm new to the forums so trying to work out how to pm
im 100% sure the RD Logic's "mongoose" is the same car, horizon hobbies should have all your parts on hand..
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i am still looking for an old mclaren mk 6 or mk8 body or if you know of any company that is making some let me know need for a dynamic suspension shelf queen thanks
i might have 1 up in the attic in a bag? not 100% sure,do you have a picture of the one your looking for? i will check this weekend.mike.
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Finally got a couple pics up of my Trinity Reflex nt...need to go through it a get this dust off!
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im 100% sure the RD Logic's "mongoose" is the same car, horizon hobbies should have all your parts on hand..
I actually have the mongoose and for the most part I can use spares from it, they just have slight differences but gears clutchbells bulkheads chassis radio tray fuel tank are all different from the Trinity "Reflex Nt". The arms hubs belts and side pulleys seem to be the only parts that interchange. Thanks though. How's it going with clutchbells bearing any luck finding the right size yet?
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I actually have the mongoose and for the most part I can use spares from it, they just have slight differences but gears clutchbells bulkheads chassis radio tray fuel tank are all different from the Trinity "Reflex Nt". The arms hubs belts and side pulleys seem to be the only parts that interchange. Thanks though. How's it going with clutchbells bearing any luck finding the right size yet?
Hey Chilli here is what I have:


NT2153 3MM Chassis - 50.00
NT2061 Rear bulkhead - 9.00
NT2501 Solid Rear Axle - 45.00
NT2500 Front One-Way - 50.00
NT2083 Clutch Housing - 15.00
NT2085 1st Gear 18T - 7.00
NT2088 2nd Gear 21T - 7.00
NT2512 Aluminum Middle Belt Mount -30.00
NT2059 Bumper Set - 14.00
NT2509 Front Anti-Roll Bar Mount - 40.00
NT2121 Rear Arm Set - 10.00
NT2093 Clutch Nut Threaded Shaft - 8.00
NT2071 2 Speed Gear 47T - 7.00
NT2003 Front Upper Arm Shaft - 4.00
NT2077 Aluminum Pulley - 16.00
NT2011 Shock Piston O-Rings - 3.00

Plus some miscellaneous parts, arms, a bulkhead and some gears I will throw in for 20.00
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