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Old 11-08-2010, 02:49 PM
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Originally Posted by savageboy69
hey guys hows it goin, i wanna know if anyone is aware of a easy way to remove the gears inside of the diff? i know on 1/8 scale there is a groove on each side of the case that goes all the way down so you can stick in needle nose pliers to get a grip on it , but these dont have em so how are you gettin em out?
I use a magnet .
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Old 11-08-2010, 03:02 PM
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ahhh, i never thought of that, ill have to get one of those retractable pocket magnets
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Originally Posted by Corey Bernardo
really too loose?... My car never slipped? on power... I usually tighten it as much as I can with my right hand then thats it..... leave it..
what if you tighten it with your left hand?
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Old 11-08-2010, 03:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Briguy
I use a magnet .
if you didnt sand the anodize coating off you can use an electro magnet and its not coming out. 1/8 truggy rim, set diff in that and use a punch on the out drive. careful not to hit the gear. its gonna wreck your e clip, but its the best way. not my idea its a tip someone else posted, but it works well. i hope this helps. my first one i was so frustrated i wasnt thinking and i cut my diff cup in two. use the punch it works better!
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Originally Posted by cbrociuos
if you didnt sand the anodize coating off you can use an electro magnet and its not coming out. 1/8 truggy rim, set diff in that and use a punch on the out drive. careful not to hit the gear. its gonna wreck your e clip, but its the best way. not my idea its a tip someone else posted, but it works well. i hope this helps. my first one i was so frustrated i wasnt thinking and i cut my diff cup in two. use the punch it works better!
Yup, thats what i did... i punched it out and straightened out the washer, but tossed the clip.
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Old 11-08-2010, 03:42 PM
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From his description i thought he was talking about the cross pins and the gears on them . For the big gear in the diff cup I did the same as you guys .
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Old 11-08-2010, 03:59 PM
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I used a deep socket (3/4" IIRC). 2 wacks and it was free. I did take the liberty of actually sanding them down this time though. Dont have to replace washers and e-clips this way.

Originally Posted by cbrociuos
if you didnt sand the anodize coating off you can use an electro magnet and its not coming out. 1/8 truggy rim, set diff in that and use a punch on the out drive. careful not to hit the gear. its gonna wreck your e clip, but its the best way. not my idea its a tip someone else posted, but it works well. i hope this helps. my first one i was so frustrated i wasnt thinking and i cut my diff cup in two. use the punch it works better!
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Old 11-08-2010, 04:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
Yup, thats what i did... i punched it out and straightened out the washer, but tossed the clip.
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^^^Got that thing fixed for racing Wed danger?
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
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welcome back danger, dont let this stuff get to you. remember we all got into this (ridiculously expensive) hobby/sickness to have fun!
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Originally Posted by cbrociuos
welcome back danger, dont let this stuff get to you. remember we all got into this (ridiculously expensive) hobby/sickness to have fun!
Huh? I guess I missed something! I have been sick and sleeping all weekend after my bad night Saturday at the races. I am in it for the fun and a little bit of friendly trash talking . . .
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Old 11-08-2010, 08:14 PM
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i wasnt smart enough to test fit then sand of the annodizing, i was in such a hurry to get it together it never dawned on me............ untill i needed to remove it lol
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The new roll pins are in and are a tad shorter it seems. The wheels slip over them easer and I notice no "notch" in the front wheels anymore.

Now to test it out on Wednesday
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Originally Posted by Konich
The new roll pins are in and are a tad shorter it seems. The wheels slip over them easer and I notice no "notch" in the front wheels anymore.

Now to test it out on Wednesday
What roll pins are you speaking of? You mean the solid drive pins for the axles? Yeah, the original are too long and snap really easy. Grapejuice turned me on to the AE solids. Work great with no issues but does not save my servo saver problem.
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Huh? I guess I missed something! I have been sick and sleeping all weekend after my bad night Saturday at the races. I am in it for the fun and a little bit of friendly trash talking . . .
my bad, i thought you were pissed, hadnt heard from you in a couple days.
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