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Old 12-25-2018, 02:36 PM
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I just bought a roller from here on the board. I'm new to stadium truck and losi all together and wondered if the truck wheels were specific to the 22t series trucks. I'll be going through this thread for sure later this week. Thx.
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Old 12-26-2018, 06:53 AM
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Originally Posted by dswear22
I just bought a roller from here on the board. I'm new to stadium truck and losi all together and wondered if the truck wheels were specific to the 22t series trucks. I'll be going through this thread for sure later this week. Thx.
22t offset is unique to tlr, unfortunately.
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Old 12-31-2018, 10:20 AM
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so I haven't raced rc's since the mid 90's with a XXXT, I am looking at getting back into racing and I believe this is the kit I'm choosing, can you guys recommend a good esc and mod motor, not looking to go too cheap, but dont want to break the bank either

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Old 12-31-2018, 10:35 AM
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My recommendation for something good that doesn't break the bank, is Hobbywing esc / motor and Protek servo.
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Will this truck work well in loose dirt situation? Or should the stand up trans be purchased? Does the stand up trans use the same internal parts?
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Old 01-01-2019, 08:29 PM
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The roller i bought came with what looks like a new rtr gear diff take out. Would i be ok to run it at first or just stick with the ball until i can get the aluminium one? Also what would be a good fluid starting point? I have 5k & 7k associated oils at the moment. This would be ran on carpet. Thx.
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Originally Posted by dswear22
The roller i bought came with what looks like a new rtr gear diff take out. Would i be ok to run it at first or just stick with the ball until i can get the aluminium one? Also what would be a good fluid starting point? I have 5k & 7k associated oils at the moment. This would be ran on carpet. Thx.
I have an extra aluminum gear diff that I would let go for $45 shipped. Let me know
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Originally Posted by czrlaker
I have an extra aluminum gear diff that I would let go for $45 shipped. Let me know
I did find one already but thanks. Can't wait to see what it can do.
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Originally Posted by 1M
Will this truck work well in loose dirt situation? Or should the stand up trans be purchased? Does the stand up trans use the same internal parts?
Works great in loose dirt for us. Just needs the brass antisquat block and a gear cover for the laydown transmission to keep dirt out of the gears.
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Looking at the pictures on Facebook from the Carpet Race in Las Vegas, I see non angled ball cups on the front. What partnumber are these? Do I need longer turnbuckles for those ball cups?
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bought my kit today, can't wait to get it on the track!
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Can anyone help me out?

Running on carpet with a tekin 8.5 and tekin rs pro gen 2..gear diff as well 30cst

I ran 1 club race and now something in the tranny/drivetrain is slipping. The trucks motor winds up but the truck barely moves. It's not the slipper cause I've over tightened it and still nothing. When you throttle up the truck you can see the top shaft moving.. I've disassembled the transmission several times and have seen nothing, all the bearings are in place and not 1 gear looks chewed..spins freely with no tough spots . The same for the gear diff nothing looks chewed but it spins freely

Anyone have any tips on what direction I should go
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Check the drive pins on each CVD to make sure you didn't break one. Same goes for the pins behind your sun gears in the diff.
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Do the DE Racing Speedline Wheels fit on the 4.0?
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Do the DE Racing Speedline Wheels fit on the 4.0?
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Yes they do, any 22T wheel should work on the 4.0
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