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Old 06-17-2011, 06:26 AM
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Im not going to post a bunch of links and all but as far as the springs go,they are color coded to match the OG spring rates. They are not exact but very close.Thumbs up to TD for this!

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Old 06-17-2011, 07:01 AM
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Originally Posted by ABBOTT
Perez if you built the car and you had to beat the thing on with a hammer then your not likely to get it off without detroying it. If the outdrive is in good shape and worth saving break the gear off. It sounds to me like who ever built the car did not sand the outdrive hex correctly and forced it on. If that is the case it will not be coming off in reusable shape. Goodluck
dont break the gear. put the outdrive in a truggy rim, gear side up. to keep outdrive up off the table. take a 3mm hex driver, place on outdrive hex in the center of the gear and hammer it out. all you will need to replace is the e-clip. this is a trick some of us on the thread have been using since page 20 or so. it works every time. if you dont have a truggy rim 2 buggy (1/8) rims work. just use anything to get the outdrive up off the table, but the ring gear needs good support so as not to break it. you will have to hit it pretty hard. hope this helps.
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Old 06-17-2011, 10:42 AM
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c broucious thnks for the hint
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Old 06-17-2011, 11:45 AM
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Yeah, what he said!
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Old 06-17-2011, 11:52 AM
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Originally Posted by perez62682
c broucious thnks for the hint
yep, our 4wd class is dead for summer, but i look on here occasionally to see if i can be of help. this thread is too long to try to read it all.
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Old 06-18-2011, 09:37 PM
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I use a deep socket to do the same thing since I don't have any 1/8 scale.
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Old 06-19-2011, 02:44 PM
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My 2010 spec is for sale in the for sale forum. I'm keeping my 410r. PM me with any questions/offers.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...ml#post9276697
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Old 06-24-2011, 06:06 AM
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I'm sure this has been discussed in the past but I don't have the time to search through 100 pages.

What ballcups do I need to get for the front steering? I was having this issue last night with them popping off.

Let me know.

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Anyone have any try using a Protek saddle pack? It states that its 25mm yet it does not fit. After measuring it with both dial and digital calipers it measures 26.10MM. I guess thats what I get by trying to save some money and buying the "cheaper pack"....
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hey can someone help me i keep stripping the rear 42t diff ring gear. i dont know why its happening. does anyone know what i can do to prevent this?
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Originally Posted by perez62682
hey can someone help me i keep stripping the rear 42t diff ring gear. i dont know why its happening. does anyone know what i can do to prevent this?
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If you go back a page or two I posted about the plastic gearboxes. If you hold the gearbox in one hand and the driveshaft/pinion in the other, try to wiggle it up and down. If there is any movement then it's junk. I had brand new cases that were like this. Also make sure there is no play in the pinion/bearings (in and out). Good luck.............
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
If you go back a page or two I posted about the plastic gearboxes. If you hold the gearbox in one hand and the driveshaft/pinion in the other, try to wiggle it up and down. If there is any movement then it's junk. I had brand new cases that were like this. Also make sure there is no play in the pinion/bearings (in and out). Good luck.............
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pay close attention to the screw in the shaft of the gear that drives your ring gear

the proper way to install it is to loosen the set screw, then with the gear shaft and bearings in one half of the diff case squeeze the gear and other end of the driveshaft together so there is no front back play

check out durango's website for the pictures of this... very important

once you have that issue solved you will need to see if your cases allow too much wobble up and down if so you will either need to replace them, or try three longer screws through the case so you will be able to mount a m3 nut to keep the case tighter.

if that is not the issue make sure you have your diff shimmed properly all cases have a little bit of variance and you might have to change the way you shim it from what the manual says.

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Let off on the slipper a little as well.
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