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Old 03-22-2014, 07:23 AM
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Im just one of those guys that is a bit more interested in the particulars of car setup in a bit more detail regardless of the brand.
Thanks for your info on the chassis kickup mate
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Old 03-22-2014, 11:14 AM
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Thanks for the info!

Which one of these is a 12mm or are they all? I thought I saw two different part numbers.

Also this is the durango hex that fits B44.1 wheels in case anyone needs it.
http://www.team-durango.com/part-inf...artNo=TD510001
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Old 03-22-2014, 11:40 AM
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Originally Posted by teeforb
Thanks but can't seem to find HB parts. They seem to be discontinued
maybe wait a few days(or months, you know...) and D413's front hex would be a good fit.
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Who's using the new AKA Evo rims? What is the hex size on for their fronts? 10mm? or 12mm? If it's 12mm what hexes did you use?

I want to order some TYPOS! I think they will be similar to my Pro Line IONS but they REQUIRE the EVO rim it seems. Anyone using them on a different rim? Modified maybe?

Thanks!
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Old 03-22-2014, 06:37 PM
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I'm a little confused on when I would want to adjust the center slipper. I mostly run on ozite carpet and the kit set up is pretty good. Can someone explain when or why I would want to play with this tuning option.
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Old 03-22-2014, 09:03 PM
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Hey guys I just built my first dex410. On my first street test the buggy spins out if I gun it. Why is this?
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Old 03-22-2014, 09:19 PM
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Double check your alignment and that everything is bind free. Camber, stearing, and shocks. if your stearing is just a little off it can make ur car pull hard to one side. Make sure your shocks have equal preload, both rears are the same and both fronts are also equal. Also a little toe in helps a car track straight. Hope that helps
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Originally Posted by Sodakota
Double check your alignment and that everything is bind free. Camber, stearing, and shocks. if your stearing is just a little off it can make ur car pull hard to one side. Make sure your shocks have equal preload, both rears are the same and both fronts are also equal. Also a little toe in helps a car track straight. Hope that helps

Both the front and rear center shafts have a small bind. It's not at the set screw but the opposite motion. It's a brand new kit so I figure maybe some run time will work that out. I'm used to 1/8 front center rear diffs and didn't know if the slipper was maybe the cause
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If everything is aligned and the car drives straight the only other thing I can think of is maby a bad bearing. Also check out the durango site and in the "in the pits" section there is an article on how to properly set the difs into the case. If u built them per the manual it might be a little off which could cause excessive binding. Other than that I don't know what could cause ur car to spin out
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TO ALL looking for hex conversions. I have a pair of front associated hexes for the B44 that will work on the DEX410 if anyone needs them. This will allow the use of most common wheel types that also fit the B44 on the DEX410. They are 10mm.

Please PM. Thanks! Just looking to give them away as I already have a few hexes these are extra and brand new. See picture attached.
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Thinking of picking up the New V4 4wd. How's the newest version in terms of quality out of the box?

Any pointers or must haves?
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Originally Posted by joel804
Hey guys I just built my first dex410. On my first street test the buggy spins out if I gun it. Why is this?
Double check to make sure your front diff isn't in backwards. I did that before and that is the results...
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Old 03-23-2014, 06:04 PM
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Originally Posted by LOSI123
Ok the reason i ask is I come from a B4 buggy which there 30deg caster blocks only actaully have 5 deg in them and the chassis has 25deg. I thought this buggy may have been the same.

EDIT: Upon eye balling it alot closer I have a feeling it looks as if the 19 deg is including the chassis kickup and there may be only 7 deg in the hub itself.
Are you certain of there being 31 total?
Well the 210 has 30deg as standard and the 410 does not look to have near as much caster as the 210 so my guess is 19deg overall!
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Any comments on the new slipper for the v4? Good, bad?
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Originally Posted by teeforb
Any comments on the new slipper for the v4? Good, bad?
I ran the new slipper when it first came out (last year). I could definitely feel a difference in the car. It was more stable and a bit easier to drive. The negative: the nut seems to loosen up on me, even with loctite. Still not as good as my center diff though.....
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