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Old 12-19-2009, 05:20 AM
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Originally Posted by HanIce
Hey there guys,

When would I need to use thicker or thinner differential oil for the front and back??
Sorry, I'm not familiar with this concept and I have only driven 4WD a couple of times

Cheers.
It's same thing as with 1/8 scale. Thinner oil in more slippery conditions and more turn-in, thicker when there is more traction or you need more pull.

In general on indoor / high traction you can use 15-25k front and 10.15k rear without any issues. Outdoor you might go to 10-15k front 5-10k rear. In Durango the oil has less effect than in 1/8 scale so don't be afraid to test different oils with big change in thickness. Also keep the front/rear ratio reasonable as usikng 20k front and 5k rear would lead to a twitchy/nervous rear and issues on ornering when trasiting from on to off throttle and back.
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Old 01-15-2010, 02:38 PM
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So looking at pics and stuff online, looks like TD has a few really cool accessories for there drivers... Anyone know if they will release them.

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pic didnt work, but if you go to there site, go there flickr pics page 30 there is a pinion gear holder with there logo.
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Old 01-21-2010, 05:07 AM
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does the DEX410 use associated, losi, or 12mm type rims, or some kind of other unique type? thanks
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I have used jconcepts b44 wheels. They fit fine.
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Originally Posted by annonymous
does the DEX410 use associated, losi, or 12mm type rims, or some kind of other unique type? thanks
Losi, JConcepts, AE. AE fronts can rub the ball cups, unless you shave the rim.
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Originally Posted by HyperFX
Losi, JConcepts, AE. AE fronts can rub the ball cups, unless you shave the rim.
so losi and associated fronts are the same and losi and associated rears are the same? please excuse my ignorance
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sorry. . . . posted three times for some reason

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sorry. . . . posted three times for some reason
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the b44 has a wider hex than the losi/durango.

AE wheels rub the turnbuckle at full steering lock but at completely usable.
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Originally Posted by HyperFX
Losi, JConcepts, AE. AE fronts can rub the ball cups, unless you shave the rim.
Sorry, I've only used Losi rears on my 410. And, you can shim the AE fronts to keep them from rubbing.
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i just run the b44 front hexes on my 410 if im using the ae rims.
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all of the wheels (front and rear) are losi, so i am in the clear and will not have to get all new rubber?

stupid questions here but i want TO MAKE SURE i am in the know before i buy one of these things
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Originally Posted by annonymous
all of the wheels (front and rear) are losi, so i am in the clear and will not have to get all new rubber?

stupid questions here but i want TO MAKE SURE i am in the know before i buy one of these things


yes.
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how tall can the battery be so they will fit.
Thanks, Colts
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