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Old 10-29-2010, 01:21 PM
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Read thru the thread


Their is noaluminum saver yet. Get balleneds to match whatever ballcups you get, aluminum arm mounts an maybe the rear diff brace in aluminum
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hot bodies d4 ball cups and studs work perfect on car. they are the same length so you can use your kit turnbuckles. they are also very strong. ive been running them since day 3 or 4 and no problems. there is one or two places i didnt use them, but its been so long since i switched them i cant remember where or why.
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what rpm ball cups work best the long or short?

Also will any of the j concepts rulux wheels fit ont his car?

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Originally Posted by C_Money
what rpm ball cups work best the long or short?

Also will any of the j concepts rulux wheels fit ont his car?

Yes the Rulux's will work.

Again with the ballcup.... read the last few pages... this has been asked atleast 50 times.
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
Yes the Rulux's will work.

Again with the ballcup.... read the last few pages... this has been asked atleast 50 times.
just get the b44 wheels?
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Yes, the B44 wheels will work
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ok and I am looking but not seeing anything on these pages, about long or short rpm cups? and still using the stock titanium turnbuckles. if you wouldnt mind telling me what I need to make the conversion
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use the search function.














Long.
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also running a 7.5 turn, will a tekin rs be plenty or would you go pro?
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
use the search function.














Long.
How about you stop behaving like this and write the answer or do not. People like forum bullies lass than people who do not want to search.
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I run an RS ... some will say Pro... all depends on how well your build is.... and how smooth the car is.
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Go with the pro

My RS was getting hot until I turned down alot of the power with hotwire.

No issues with the pro now
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
How about you stop behaving like this and write the answer or do not. People like forum bullies lass than people who do not want to search.


I searched the forum for when i need info... this question is asked atleast twice a day.... thats why i said read. This thread is FILLED with a lot of information that all Durango users should use.

I know we all get tired of responding with the same answers to the same questions every day so, that is why the search button is there.
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And also a standard size servo will work just fine correct?
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Originally Posted by C_Money
also running a 7.5 turn, will a tekin rs be plenty or would you go pro?
I had the Pro in mine but had some issues and put my regular RS in while the Pro is being repaired . The RS had no heating issues at all .

Yes on the servo .
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