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Old 11-14-2010, 10:43 AM
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Durango dex410 2010 spec for sale still in new condition $400 obo pm me for pics or leave email if interested.
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Old 11-14-2010, 11:35 AM
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I sure hope the CVDs are beefier in the DESC410r then on the 410r . I`ve broke a spindle two times and takes out the drive shaft with it . Granted it my fault [in 2nd and got in to big of a hurry to catch the leader ] for cashing but never had CVDs break as easily with AE or Losi buggies .
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Old 11-14-2010, 12:06 PM
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Old 11-14-2010, 12:12 PM
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Do you guys think there will be a fully loaded short course? Makes me wonde since the name is ending in R
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This is a just a guess but I would assume most if not all the upgrades from the DEX410 will prolly bolt right up to the SC truck.
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Old 11-14-2010, 12:24 PM
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Originally Posted by R-E-A-P-E-R-
This is a just a guess but I would assume most if not all the upgrades from the DEX410 will prolly bolt right up to the SC truck.

That would make sense, I guess I just feel like I would rather buy one that has all the stuff rather than upgrade it all.. I guess we will see when more info is released.. There is a 4x4 SC class at my track and I really wanna get into it but wanna see whats next for this truck
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Old 11-14-2010, 12:26 PM
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Any news on "new" metal for diff ring gears? Any reason this could not be made with a higher quality alloy or even spiral cut like on some of the larger models?
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I am still trying to figure out where all these "problems" are... people are saying diff gears are bad, servo savers, etc etc. The ONLY weakness i have found with this car; ballcup and front arm mount.

I run my car hard.... very very hard.

ABBOTT; i know you know your stuff so dont take this the way it may sound

I dont see any problems with the diff. Shim the damn thing correctly and you wont have any problems....

as for news on the new ring gears... i havent heard anything but speculation.
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I agree the car seems solid to be. I have broken the servo sever 2 times but I have an aluminum one coming so that solves that. Never had a ball cup issue, and last night a rebuilt my diffs between rounds at the track and they look perfect. And I use a ton of breaks on my setup. If they were going to show signs of wear it would have happened by now.
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I actually bought the tc5 studs and decided against them cause I like the TD design and my saver is developing a crack but has not failed yet. Overall I am very pleased with the quality of the car.
My question is about shimming the diff. Side to side I have figured but upon removing the dif this weekend for maintenance i found chips in the outside edge of the ring gear. I believe these must be related to movement of the 310005 gear in the case. Any Opinions on this? I have the 2.8mm spaced correctly and the upper set screw is tight (has never loosened up) but there is a little play in that area still.

Maybe a tighter tolerance bearing in that location?
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Originally Posted by R-E-A-P-E-R-
I agree the car seems solid to be. I have broken the servo sever 2 times but I have an aluminum one coming so that solves that. Never had a ball cup issue, and last night a rebuilt my diffs between rounds at the track and they look perfect. And I use a ton of breaks on my setup. If they were going to show signs of wear it would have happened by now.
Yup, solid! I took out the sub-trim on my radio and ran all day Saturday and several packs today--no issues. Gears look great! Shocks are holding up. I had 2 ball cups pop off at the same time just once. I am starting to wear the chassis pretty good which is to be expected . . .
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Actual pics are up instead of CAD drawings:
http://www.team-durango.com/race-cars/desc410r/

The industry needs to come out with beefier saddle packs, those 550s guzzle the juice.
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Old 11-15-2010, 07:18 AM
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Not interested in a 4wd SC, but can we use the center diff!?!?
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Old 11-15-2010, 07:19 AM
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Originally Posted by ABBOTT
I actually bought the tc5 studs and decided against them cause I like the TD design and my saver is developing a crack but has not failed yet. Overall I am very pleased with the quality of the car.
My question is about shimming the diff. Side to side I have figured but upon removing the dif this weekend for maintenance i found chips in the outside edge of the ring gear. I believe these must be related to movement of the 310005 gear in the case. Any Opinions on this? I have the 2.8mm spaced correctly and the upper set screw is tight (has never loosened up) but there is a little play in that area still.

Maybe a tighter tolerance bearing in that location?
Try setting the bevel gear in the case and push it together, then tighten the grub screw. Make sure there is minimal back and forth play, mine don't move (from what I can see)
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