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Old 03-29-2014, 06:54 AM
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22-4 is a nice car but I'd hold off until they revise some parts that are breaking easily. The car is super smooth but is considerably heavy. The 410 is currently the more durable car and most of parts outside the front arms are in stock.
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Old 03-29-2014, 07:55 AM
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What is the current work around so that I can use the 12mm rims that my LHS carries?
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Old 03-29-2014, 08:53 AM
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You're better off simply ordering DE and or Durango wheels from amain. They're always in stock and ship pretty quickly. It's said that the borego wheels are firmer and stinger than the stock Durango wheels but I have both and any difference is so negligible I can't tell. Both are inexpensive and designed for the car specifically.

They're not expensive so you can buy 3 or 4 sets at a time.
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Old 03-29-2014, 09:23 AM
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Originally Posted by the incubus
You're better off simply ordering DE and or Durango wheels from amain. They're always in stock and ship pretty quickly. It's said that the borego wheels are firmer and stinger than the stock Durango wheels but I have both and any difference is so negligible I can't tell. Both are inexpensive and designed for the car specifically.

They're not expensive so you can buy 3 or 4 sets at a time.
DE also announced last week they are releasing Speedline wheels for the durango cars, although they aren't yet on their site that i can see
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Old 03-29-2014, 09:43 AM
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Just got a 410. What is need up upgrade from pin wheels in rear to hexes like my 210 ?? Thanks
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Originally Posted by Rybeau40
What is the current work around so that I can use the 12mm rims that my LHS carries?
Rear get b4 rear hex.
Front you can get the Durango's old 9.5mm hex, fits b44 wheels perfectly.(ae stuff tends to be available well in US)
if you want 12mm hex in front, the offset make it quite tricky, probably only 22-4 front wheel will get you a correct front width. And hb413 could be having the same tricky offset (they wanted to use 22 2wd front wheel before 22-4 came out), getting my hex and wheel in today, gonna have a try.
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Old 03-29-2014, 05:23 PM
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Originally Posted by creepycrawler
Just got a 410. What is need up upgrade from pin wheels in rear to hexes like my 210 ?? Thanks
It's just a case of using a longer pin #TD310135 and choosing what wheel hex you want. One of the aluminium choices - gold TD310226, black TD310395, red TD310396, olive TD310397 or plastic TD330312
Tresrey and Exotek also make versions.
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I'm not a huge fan of the exoteks, they work on the back but I needed to bust out the file for the front, they where too thick. The tresrey ones are nice (have them on the 210) and fit great thanks to the included shims (exotek should of made theres a bit thinner and included shims) That being said the exotek ones are a great price and innovative on the design.
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dear beloved exotek racing.
Just put on some 22-4 wheel using some schumacher K1 12mm hex, and it fits, and about 245mm in width. legal it is.
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Originally Posted by godofcable
DE also announced last week they are releasing Speedline wheels for the durango cars, although they aren't yet on their site that i can see
They are available on Amain right now
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Has anyone tried playing with the spindle height on these cars? I have mine in stock config and noticed my new UJ's rubbing on the lower castor block. So I switched the shims, 2mm on top and 1mm on the bottom to put the driveshaft more in the middle. Just wondering what affect I will notice after doing so. Thanks...
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Old 03-30-2014, 04:28 PM
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Originally Posted by tommytom
I saw Ryan Lutz was running the new AKA Deja vu tire. Are they making evo wheels now for Durango?! or was lutz running a 12mm conversion on his car?
lutz was running 12mm, from a video i saw of him explaining tyres
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Does anyone know how much the alloy chassis side plates weigh compared to the plastic ones? I'm putting my 410 on a diet and have a CF chassis coming.
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Old 03-30-2014, 10:26 PM
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So I finally broke a part on my buggy. It was the front bulkhead. I noticed that the part is back ordered on most of the big online stores. Does this mean that this is a weak point on the car? Is so does anyone have ideas on how to beef up this area.
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FYI: I have a VERY nice like new V3 for sale...
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