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Old 11-10-2011, 07:54 AM
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Lack of parts availability

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nice, but i did see another forum, they've been testing them since beginning of 2011, possibly even end of 2010..

i'll let you guys test them 1st.. i've got other upgrades to take care of first
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I just had to get you all fired up about the parts thing, and nobody has said "yeh it sux", but all the opposite, in that you have plenty. Good news. That was a good enough sign for me. Sorry for stirring the pot, but didn't want to throw down and be screwed. You've convinced me enough this won't be the case . Thanks ya'll.
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I think it is good to have the discussion and believe people were trying to convince you to go Rango. We have all been happy with the car and the support--including parts availability. I just got a notification from A-Main that the front BB are back in stock . . .
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Originally Posted by TAMAK
But seriously, once these puppies get here we are all going to sprint to buy them. So get you cards out. I think they are pricey though? 60 bones?
They are smoother and run cooler than the standard ones, car also seems quieter and rolls through ther corners better.
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What parts should I for sure order for the BUILD? I thought I read something about kyosho dif seals? Any part numbers or recommedations when building would be highly appreciated.
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Originally Posted by markhat250
What parts should I for sure order for the BUILD? I thought I read something about kyosho dif seals? Any part numbers or recommedations when building would be highly appreciated.
- http://www.tresrey-usa.com/products/...7D410R%29.html
-TDR330004 and TDR330037
-TDR310118 (not a must)
- TDR330099 for the gear diff seal
- http://www.tresrey-usa.com/products/...TIAL-HOOP.html

Also the rear ALU gearbox inserts when you get a chance, If you can afford.... If not pick up a part tree for the plastic piece and a rear bulkhead set.

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Aluminum gear box inserts? I have not heard of these--do you have a P/N? I will Google as well . . .

Oh yeah, I forgot!

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...rce=google_ext
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Originally Posted by markhat250
What parts should I for sure order for the BUILD? I thought I read something about kyosho dif seals? Any part numbers or recommedations when building would be highly appreciated.
if your getting a V3 you don't need diff seals, they include them and you don't need the front hangers there in there too.

-TDR310118 (not a must)
not needed since the V3 fixed the center rear outdrive and driveshaft legnths..

unless he's pulling an R that wasn't beneficial.
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Aluminum gear box inserts? I have not heard of these--do you have a P/N? I will Google as well . . .
he means these.. i haven't broken my plastic ones, not to say the won't or can't be a weak point but i wouldn't replace them unless you break.

#TD310006

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Originally Posted by t8rtot
he means these.. i haven't broken my plastic ones, not to say the won't or can't be a weak point but i wouldn't replace them unless you break.

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Yeah, I have these--when I heard aluminum gearbox inserts I automaticall thought of the ones on my eifff scale which is something the Rango does not have. I did not break my plastic ones but they did get distorted so I bought the aluminum.
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So TDR330099 for the gear diff seal just comes from the 408 shocks? Easy enough. So no buying Kyosho seals it sounds like.
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Yeah, I have these--when I heard aluminum gearbox inserts I automaticall thought of the ones on my eifff scale which is something the Rango does not have. I did not break my plastic ones but they did get distorted so I bought the aluminum.
More prone to break with the R version. 1. Longer shock tower hitting 2.) bulkhead breaking 3.) plastic inserts break then as well.

I replaced them after my first bulkhead break, since then i trimmed the shock towers and bought ALU inserts.
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Originally Posted by markhat250
So TDR330099 for the gear diff seal just comes from the 408 shocks? Easy enough. So no buying Kyosho seals it sounds like.
http://www.team-durango.com/blog/201...diff-seal-mod/
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you don't need them! the v3 includes them!
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Originally Posted by markhat250
What parts should I for sure order for the BUILD? I thought I read something about kyosho dif seals? Any part numbers or recommedations when building would be highly appreciated.
Which version of the car did you order so people will quit sqawlking about the V3?
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