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Old 03-29-2020, 01:38 PM
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Originally Posted by jon003
What are people doing for battery retention? I saw some pictures of Dakotah's 22T and I don't see the big swinging plastic brace. I was hoping for something like the carbon fiber and bands you get on the TLR22 5.0

I am just finishing my build, and I realized I'd have to use extra wire if I need to make it long enough to swing out of the way of that giant battery hold down gate.
This or just tape the battery in place like most do.

https://rclyfe.com/store/TLR-22-4-0-...tem-p114678459
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Originally Posted by YMMV
This or just tape the battery in place like most do.

https://rclyfe.com/store/TLR-22-4-0-...tem-p114678459
Yup. The RCLyfe kit works pretty well.
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Old 03-30-2020, 07:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Matt M.
from the pics i saw dakotah is running the prototype steering rac that the team got for the 4.0 buggy...i do have the 5.o part on my 4.o truck...
Hello,

The design of this prototype steering rack seems quite simple; it would be cool if TLR makes a batch of this steering geometry, considering the fact that the 22T 4.0 will be used at least for one more year.
The servo horn is also different (more offset, If I'm right).

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Originally Posted by Essejay
Hello,

The design of this prototype steering rack seems quite simple; it would be cool if TLR makes a batch of this steering geometry, considering the fact that the 22T 4.0 will be used at least for one more year.
The servo horn is also different (more offset, If I'm right).

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It was made in a small batch as it wasn't going to be full production. Try turning your steering expo down ALOT, like -75% if using a sanwa radio with the kit steering setup.
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Hello,
thanks for your feedback, I will try that.
I saw on Reno Savoya's truck that he used a prototype steering, and also had a limited steering travel compared to my car. I will try to copy this setup on my own car.
Have a nice weekend !

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Hello!

Ready for the re-opening of tracks in Europe (cars are ready; tracks are closed )



Have a nice week

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I have a 22T 2.0, I'm looking for some tools. Sorry if this is the wrong thread (I'm sure it is and feel free to redirect me to the correct one), I've searched and couldn't find a suitable thread. I'm looking for metric nut driver bits for my kit, I suppose the 4.0 needs the same size bits. What do you guys have that fit a 1/4" quick change on your battery powered screwdriver? I'm thinking 4mm - 7mm. I have MIP hex drivers and speed tips, I just can't find this small of metric nut driver bits.
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Originally Posted by sleddriver
I have a 22T 2.0, I'm looking for some tools. Sorry if this is the wrong thread (I'm sure it is and feel free to redirect me to the correct one), I've searched and couldn't find a suitable thread. I'm looking for metric nut driver bits for my kit, I suppose the 4.0 needs the same size bits. What do you guys have that fit a 1/4" quick change on your battery powered screwdriver? I'm thinking 4mm - 7mm. I have MIP hex drivers and speed tips, I just can't find this small of metric nut driver bits.
There is a required tool list in the first part of the manual for the 22T 2.0
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Originally Posted by sleddriver
I have a 22T 2.0, I'm looking for some tools. Sorry if this is the wrong thread (I'm sure it is and feel free to redirect me to the correct one), I've searched and couldn't find a suitable thread. I'm looking for metric nut driver bits for my kit, I suppose the 4.0 needs the same size bits. What do you guys have that fit a 1/4" quick change on your battery powered screwdriver? I'm thinking 4mm - 7mm. I have MIP hex drivers and speed tips, I just can't find this small of metric nut driver bits.
I know Hudy makes these because I bought some of them. Also Arrormax, but haven't seen them for sale lately. Check A-Main or other online shops.

You can also get drivers like this from McMaster-Carr but they are bulky - not the thin wall tools specifically designed for RC.
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Originally Posted by waitwhat
There is a required tool list in the first part of the manual for the 22T 2.0

Iím familiar with this list, it doesnít mention that tool.
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Originally Posted by ta_man
I know Hudy makes these because I bought some of them. Also Arrormax, but haven't seen them for sale lately. Check A-Main or other online shops.

You can also get drivers like this from McMaster-Carr but they are bulky - not the thin wall tools specifically designed for RC.
Thanks for the suggestions. I chatted online with Amain this morning, they donít carry them. Iíll keep searching.
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Originally Posted by sleddriver

Iím familiar with this list, it doesnít mention that tool.
The size of the wrench is listed wherever a nut appears in the instruction step. For example the slipper nut is listed as M2.5 x 0.45 x 5mm which means the internal threads are M2.5 and 0.45 thread pitch with a hex size of 5mm
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For 22 kits, it's pretty much 5.0, 5.5, 7.0mm nuts. I seriously don't think you need a powered screwdriver though, hand tools should be fine.
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Originally Posted by sleddriver
Thanks for the suggestions. I chatted online with Amain this morning, they donít carry them. Iíll keep searching.
You mean these nut drivers are the ones they said they don't carry:

https://www.amainhobbies.com/hudy-po...177071/p175378

https://www.amainhobbies.com/hudy-po...175571/p175377

https://www.amainhobbies.com/hudy-li...175535/p201108

https://www.amainhobbies.com/hudy-li...177035/p201109
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