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Old 03-17-2014, 08:03 AM
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I can't recall. Does the dex use stand hex for front and rear? ie b44 sized hex?

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I have a set of Small Bores and I would advise against running them on large 8th scale tracks.

I run on a huge 8th scale track from time to time and the big bores cause your car to take a bit of a beating. Remember this car is a bit heavy so you need good dampening so I'd suggest you run BB on larger tracks as they are what's called for. However, if Small Bores is all you have and must run them, they will suffice, but you want heavier oils as some of those jump can be quite brutal.

I'd say 35 up front 30 rear to start out and use medium springs and adjust ride height according to the track.
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any suggestion on what springs color rate?

believe it or not. im more conserned about how it performs on the rough track.
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No, the 410 has 14mm hexes.

You can however change them to 12mm and use the 44 wheels. There are dozens of posts in here that list part numbers but you'll have to go several pages back.
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OK so where on planet earth can I get a UJ MID-REAR (TD310424)

Everywhere is out of stock it was meant to be late March re-stock but now Mid april is coming up on all sites.

I know they have changed distributor/manufacturer But I have been waiting for this part since Jan/Feb.

Anyone know where to get one or willing to sell theres.



Originally Posted by trick25
any suggestion on what springs color rate?

believe it or not. im more concerned about how it performs on the rough track.
I have big bore shocks but we run on a 1/8th track that not smooth and I now run the Dark green front (3.39lb) and Light green Rear (1.74lb) and 4x1.3mm pistons all round with 30wt F and 25wt R.

This seems to soak up and deal with the bumps but has enough spring tension to deal with the jumps.
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Old 03-17-2014, 07:22 PM
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Originally Posted by the incubus
No, the 410 has 14mm hexes.

You can however change them to 12mm and use the 44 wheels. There are dozens of posts in here that list part numbers but you'll have to go several pages back.
Actually the B44 uses 10mm I think.
Kyosho and others use 12mm.
Take a look at this. It works.

http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...herWheels.html
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Originally Posted by thecman26
Actually the B44 uses 10mm I think.
Kyosho and others use 12mm.
Take a look at this. It works.

http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...herWheels.html
AE front is 9.5mm.
Durango's old ($5 aluminum) front hex is also 9.5mm, direct fit. (TDR510001)
Rear I'm using AE's B4/SC10 rear hex, direct fit. (JCO2091)

the benefit easier to buy rim (at least here in US&A).
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Old 03-17-2014, 08:17 PM
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Anyone try AE shocks on this? The rest of my cars are AE, would rather deal with the same shocks if its possible.
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Old 03-17-2014, 08:18 PM
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Can anyone tell me what hexs go on the V4 , in the kit there are 2 complete sets of 4 , one set has a curved back and other does not. Does it matter apart from the more hex in rim area of the flat back ones, is there any other difference?
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If its like the V3, one will be 14 the other 15.
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flat back is 14mm, curved back is 15mm, the big ones are for the SC's, the 14mm for buggies
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The v4 uses the ones with the cut outs. If u put on the ones that don't have the cut outs the wheels that come with the kit won't fit. I'm still not sure what the other set are intended for.
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Originally Posted by LOSI123
Can anyone tell me what hexs go on the V4 , in the kit there are 2 complete sets of 4 , one set has a curved back and other does not. Does it matter apart from the more hex in rim area of the flat back ones, is there any other difference?
As the others said you want to use the 14mm ones that look like this

I've posted pictures of my build with some basic build tips on my website, might help you with your build http://durangofansite.com/main.php?v...ld&buildpage=2
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Originally Posted by trick25
any suggestion on what springs color rate?

believe it or not. im more conserned about how it performs on the rough track.
Normally the kit springs are pretty good. Lutz and Jorn use them a lot. Sometimes they will change the front to red or dark greens with the light blues in the rear. For REALLY bumpy tracks, try TLR Low Freq Yellow in the rear, and Avid purple up front. It seems to have less bounce as they are more linear springs.
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Originally Posted by thecman26
Actually the B44 uses 10mm I think.
Kyosho and others use 12mm.
Take a look at this. It works.

http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...herWheels.html
I think I have kyosho front wheels.

And back wheels as well. Are kyosho front and back 12mm?

Anyone knows the width of the front and rear dex410 hex?

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