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Old 10-18-2011, 05:44 PM
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These are for the DEX210.
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Old 10-18-2011, 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by netmaster
These are for the DEX210.
Exactly, hopefully they will have some fronts for the V3 soon. Will be nice to have a second source
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Old 10-18-2011, 06:38 PM
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Does anyone remember who made delrin shock pistons for the 2010 shocks? I see the ones on eBay for the DEX408.
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Tresrey has them as well as inserts for the bottom caps. The name ghea comes to mind as well but i dont know why
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Old 10-18-2011, 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted by ABBOTT
Tresrey has them as well as inserts for the bottom caps. The name ghea comes to mind as well but i dont know why
Ahh you are right! I will check with Konich on the Tresrey bits. Thanks!!
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Old 10-18-2011, 07:32 PM
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Where is a good place to order a 410 v3?
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Originally Posted by TAMAK
DE Racing DEX410 V3 Rears. Now where is the fronts?

http://www.deracing.net/store/index....product_id=212
I emailed DE this afternoon about the fronts. Dave from DE got back to me tonight and said that they were looking into doing the fronts for the v3 but did not have a time frame as of yet. I hope they do make them, they have great quality rims.
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Old 10-19-2011, 12:17 AM
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Okey 1 batch of v3 came, then the 210 came? now where is batch 2 of 410 v3? do we need to wait much more? or is it on its way?
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Hi,

Has anyone fitted these and what's the main benefit? -

http://www.team-durango.com/blog/201...iff-ring-gear/

I haven't got the 410 yet
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Originally Posted by putte_Rolf
Okey 1 batch of v3 came, then the 210 came? now where is batch 2 of 410 v3? do we need to wait much more? or is it on its way?
I would have thought the 2nd batch of v3's would have come with the 210 batch. Anyone have an ETA?
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Old 10-19-2011, 06:07 AM
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Originally Posted by mikeyscott
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Has anyone fitted these and what's the main benefit? -

http://www.team-durango.com/blog/201...iff-ring-gear/

I haven't got the 410 yet
The machine cut diff gears are much more durable, the stock gears are cast and can chip teeth off even if shimmed properly.
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Originally Posted by mikeyscott
Hi,

Has anyone fitted these and what's the main benefit? -

http://www.team-durango.com/blog/201...iff-ring-gear/

I haven't got the 410 yet
No more stripped gear when you have proper gear mesh. The originals had porosity issues with kind of metal it is (sintered cast Alloy). And that would cause the teeth to chip easily even with proper gear mesh. I have a few posts a couple pages back with pictures of this issue.

Sorry Matt, did not see your post. Well said
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Originally Posted by Matt Howard
The machine cut diff gears are much more durable, the stock gears are cast and can chip teeth off even if shimmed properly.
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Many thanks, so not really performance benefits then. However sounds feasible for me to look at them for the pending V3..

Re the V3 question a UK shop has end of the month listed - please note this is NOT a TD date.
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Originally Posted by mikeyscott
Hi,

Many thanks, so not really performance benefits then. However sounds feasible for me to look at them for the pending V3..

Re the V3 question a UK shop has end of the month listed - please note this is NOT a TD date.
No performance benefit, strictly a durability benefit. I myself have never chipped a stock gear but I've seen others do it. I run the machine cut gears on my DESC410 but not on my DEX410.
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Originally Posted by Matt Howard
No performance benefit, strictly a durability benefit. I myself have never chipped a stock gear but I've seen others do it. I run the machine cut gears on my DESC410 but not on my DEX410.
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Ok many thanks, food for thought. Durability is certainly important!

Also need to sort out which ESC I put in, SP, Orion or Tekin. Heading for Orion for the 410 and maybe a Tekin for the 210.
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