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Old 01-07-2011, 05:37 PM
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I've read thrue the threads and found some difrent things poeple are using is there a pallcup out there that will work with the stock Durango balls my back ones are I can adjust them and they don't pop off my fronts on the ather hand are pop off if I try to adjust them I went thrue and pre tap them before I threaded the turn buckles in thanks for any help and if I need to change balls also what's working best for everyone I have a spec car by the way
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Just an FYI.... Racers Edge just came out with an aluminum servo saver

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and... I can get it for you guys
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Originally Posted by tonyv2382
Dont bother already tried and they dont fill out the tires...Just mounted up some tires using the JC inserts. Theyre amazing reusable and waterfproof...go for those. The cores are for schumacher tires only, basically a european insert.

I have read this in the past. I will look for the JConcepts inserts. I assume you are not talking about the foams they put in their packaging with tires?
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I have read this in the past. I will look for the JConcepts inserts. I assume you are not talking about the foams they put in their packaging with tires?
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Insert-Firm-2
i think theese are them
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Originally Posted by tonyv2382
Dont bother already tried and they dont fill out the tires...Just mounted up some tires using the JC inserts. Theyre amazing reusable and waterfproof...go for those. The cores are for schumacher tires only, basically a european insert.
Where did you get the inserts? JC's website only has the 4wd fronts and amain had 4wd and 2wd fronts, but sold out in less than a day.
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http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Tire-Inserts-2 these are the ones im using
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Originally Posted by cbrociuos
Nice! I want some. I could not find the Racer's Edge aluminum servo saver anywhere yet . . .
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Not yet but have been thinking of running these and they have them for both front and rear . . .

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Tire-Insert-2
The core inserts seem to fill the front tires just fine but were not nearly bid enough for the rears. when would you ever want firm fronts but not rear?
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Well-I can get that servo saver for you guys.

Contact me if interested...

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Pardon my ignorance, but I am not quite following the last few posts. Are you guys using the RE saver inline with the Durango saver, or bypassing the TD saver and using a link and the TD saver as a bell crank?
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Originally Posted by FB-R
Pardon my ignorance, but I am not quite following the last few posts. Are you guys using the RE saver inline with the Durango saver, or bypassing the TD saver and using a link and the TD saver as a bell crank?
I believe replacing the durango saver
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They are $16.00 plus shipping....

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Originally Posted by FB-R
Pardon my ignorance, but I am not quite following the last few posts. Are you guys using the RE saver inline with the Durango saver, or bypassing the TD saver and using a link and the TD saver as a bell crank?
Not sure if I follow the question entirely but I have had a few! I think what you are asking, and please correct me if I am off base, is that you are wondering what aluminum servo saver is used and where?

Currently the only aluminum servo saver available is the Tresrey and is used up top. Everything else stays the same as far as linkages. I am not sure what Racer's Edge is putting out. It might be mildly useful to replace the bottom with aluminum but personally have not found it necessary. And I have broke over a dozen plastic ones . . . mostly the top one goes.
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
I need to know who wants RacersEdge Servo Saver arms so I can see if i can get a discount thru HRP.
I will not know until Monday. So that will give you guys time to let me know,.


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i dont need one i have the tresrey, but id like to see a pic. im sure people would sign on to order if they could see exactly what it is.
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Not sure if I follow the question entirely but I have had a few! I think what you are asking, and please correct me if I am off base, is that you are wondering what aluminum servo saver is used and where?

Currently the only aluminum servo saver available is the Tresrey and is used up top. Everything else stays the same as far as linkages. I am not sure what Racer's Edge is putting out. It might be mildly useful to replace the bottom with aluminum but personally have not found it necessary. And I have broke over a dozen plastic ones . . . mostly the top one goes.
Racers Edge just released it... i have the PN here and have it in my HRP dealer list. HRP got it in stock TODAY for the first time.

Tresrey is not the only one anymore.

It is the TOP one. I will have a pic for you guys in a bit.
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