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Old 04-13-2011, 10:26 PM
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[QUOTE=HyperFX;8961272]I made some mods that make life a bit easier.
I covered the center CVD's with used driveshaft boots (TD310023) to decrease wear from dust/dirt. Also, I use 2 set screws on all of the 2mm drive pins.
Added longer screws with locknuts on the outer diff cases.
And, to make greasing the pinion and ring gears super easy, I drilled a small hole in the top half of the cases, and sealed the holes with a small screw. While in the car, the screw can removed to inject gear grease with a small syringe, which also helps to measure the amount of grease used. I've been using these mods for months with no toasted diff gears. As a matter of fact, I sometimes swap the front and rear diffs to get a little more usage from them since they drive against opposite sides of the teeth.[/

Those are some great ideas. Thanks for sharing.
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Originally Posted by RB FIVE
Your statement is BS !

Them rango's need fix's and spares all day long. I had one. Ja Ja junkkkkk !!!!

now my b44.1.... wow, what a car out of the box it's fast like fuk and doesn't need fix's, upgrades, or spares.
isn't that b44 still broken from months ago?


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Old 04-14-2011, 07:28 AM
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Originally Posted by JosephS
Grapejuice, how is the Tresrey diff loop working out? Did it slip right on? I'm running my slipper on the loose side to avoid breaking any more. And any news on improved slippers plates? Like some others mine came warped from the factory. Tx.
I still don't have them yet, I am supposed to have them by the end of the month. I will let you know!!!
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Old 04-14-2011, 04:26 PM
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
I still don't have them yet, I am supposed to have them by the end of the month. I will let you know!!!
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Old 04-17-2011, 01:46 AM
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Anyone know if you can use the losi rear axles on the de410r? Because i have the losi 22 and would like to use all the same rear rims on the 2 cars.
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Originally Posted by MaTt 93
Anyone know if you can use the losi rear axles on the de410r? Because i have the losi 22 and would like to use all the same rear rims on the 2 cars.
I'm using the new losi wheels on my Durango and they are the perfect offset using a Hex from an old Hot Bodies D4. But you could proably use the Losi Hex on it as well.
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Are you using a different axle? because i tried using a Hotbodies cyclone hex on the std durango axles and i couldn't get it to fit quite right.
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Old 04-17-2011, 05:39 AM
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Originally Posted by MaTt 93
Are you using a different axle? because i tried using a Hotbodies cyclone hex on the std durango axles and i couldn't get it to fit quite right.
Standard Durango axles with the hex. The hex's I used where D4 fronts however you can use the D4 rears which gives you approx an extra 1.5mm per side.
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ahh okay, when i used the cyclone hex the losi rim had a slight wobble in it. I think the the hex wasnt letting the rim slide on far enough?
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Threads been slow, this used to be a two-three page a day!
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
Threads been slow, this used to be a two-three page a day!
it sure is.

Either everyone has worked out all the kinks and have nothing else to discuss or they all sold their 'rangos.

Anyone planning to get the big bores?
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I been spending more time running my 22 then my rango lately . I don`t see the need for big bores for the buggy .
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Same here, even though I haven't even ran my 22 yet

I am interested to see if I can squeeze the Xceleron short pack out of my 22 and get it in the 410. 60c and the weight centered might be worth trying
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Originally Posted by Briguy
I been spending more time running my 22 then my rango lately . I don`t see the need for big bores for the buggy .
+1 on the bigbores
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Here are a few pics of my 410 with wraps I have been working on:

Stock Body:




Bugle Body:



Feedback welcome

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