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Old 04-01-2007, 06:58 PM   #181
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This might be a stupid question, but im having problems finding a place to buy a BJ4, and was wondering what a good site would be?

thanks in advance...
There is one on ebay right now, but I cant say of any shops that have them in stock. We're putting more kits together right now as we've just recieved some parts we were awaiting. I'll definately post as soon as they're ready to go.
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Old 04-01-2007, 08:34 PM   #182
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My Local Hobbyshop has one BJ4 WE kit left in stock, give them a call, they will ship...

Wolcott Hobby and Raceway
1254 Wolcott Road
Wolcott, CT. 06716
203-879-7766
www.wolcotthobby.com

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Old 04-01-2007, 08:59 PM   #183
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Thanks, we defaintly had an awesome time, not sure if we'll be out again next year, will defaintly try to be there. If the Poms go, we'll probably go again. Next time we'll probably fly straight in, because by the time we got to Cactus this year, I know I was just over wrenching on cars


Even though my results basically equalled nothing, I've got some very fond memories of the trip, the chassis incident and 4wd Mod B final being up there
4WD B-main....The perfect battle down the back straight. I think they both blew up didn't they?
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Old 04-02-2007, 06:43 AM   #184
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since GP / Tower has the decal kit for the BJ4, does that mean you guys are getting close to setting up a deal for them to sell parts and bodies for them too?
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Old 04-02-2007, 11:39 AM   #185
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since GP / Tower has the decal kit for the BJ4, does that mean you guys are getting close to setting up a deal for them to sell parts and bodies for them too?

Im not in a position to say when Great Planes will carry our kit/parts, but it not likely in the very near future.
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Old 04-02-2007, 11:45 AM   #186
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Andy when are the new things gonna be on the website?
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I got to fondle Andrew's set of JC wrenches this weekend!
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Old 04-02-2007, 02:38 PM   #188
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Andy when are the new things gonna be on the website?
I was hoping for last friday or today, but I guess not, it will be a surprise to me too when they show up, haha.

Paul -Pick up a set so you can fondle your own wrenches.
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4WD B-main....The perfect battle down the back straight. I think they both blew up didn't they?
they both burned up the left front tires. one to the point the foam was showing. either way it was worth it to watch. but pretty expensive cars to just go out there and "send them"
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Hey guys. I just received by orig. BJ4 and am building it now. So far a very fun build. One problem that I have is the slipper! I literally broke about 5 hex drivers trying the tighten the nut. Anyone have any advice on tightening it? Also within 5 min I noticed that I was missing a correct screw...Two small problems but overall I am very impressed. Can't wait to finish building it. Anyways thanks Jconcepts for an amazing buggy. Keep up the great work!
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blackhawk444, i think if you broke hex's tightening it then it might be tight enough. Remember it should somewhat slip under ALOT of pressure so it doesnt break drivetrain parts. I think the manual says to tighten and back out 1/2 or 1/4 turn.
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It actually was not tightened at all...lol. Seriously it was SUPER tight from the beginning.
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Perhaps something is not right in your assembly? I recently assembled a worlds edition. There weren't any issues with the center diff that I had. I did forget to tighten it before running it for the first time, but it was easily corrected with the 5/64 allen driver.
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Old 04-02-2007, 10:14 PM   #195
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Hey guys. I just received by orig. BJ4 and am building it now. So far a very fun build. One problem that I have is the slipper! I literally broke about 5 hex drivers trying the tighten the nut. Anyone have any advice on tightening it? Also within 5 min I noticed that I was missing a correct screw...Two small problems but overall I am very impressed. Can't wait to finish building it. Anyways thanks Jconcepts for an amazing buggy. Keep up the great work!

Ive done the exact same thing, no worries. I trimmed some of the nylon away to help loosen the fit. I ended up using the broken tips and channel locks to tighten it.

Guys he's talking about the original car with the hole in the slipper shaft for adjustment.
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