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Old 11-13-2011, 04:25 PM
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Originally Posted by bobsavenger
Diff's have been cleaned out and rebuilt recently. I believe it's the CVD's chattering. What would be the best to clean them out and get them to keep quiet?


The bearings are also in good condition.

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You can also lube them up with bearing oil or something of the sort, wipe off the access after letting it work in a bit
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Old 11-13-2011, 04:51 PM
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Originally Posted by bobsavenger
Diff's have been cleaned out and rebuilt recently. I believe it's the CVD's chattering. What would be the best to clean them out and get them to keep quiet?


The bearings are also in good condition.

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We use a product called Clean Ride. Its a wax based lubricant for bicycle chains that contains teflon. It claims to be self cleaning and to repel dirt. It has worked very well along with the dust boots.
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Originally Posted by Qwkrn U
Bob,
on my last Dex410 I always cleaned the cvd's and greased them with the associated black grease. then used the inner boots. I havent taken my new one apart yet.
Wayne,

I'll give that a shot.

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Old 11-14-2011, 07:46 AM
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I'm rebuilding my diffs with the new orings. I was able to remove the gear from the gear side of the diff, but can't remove the gear from plastic side of the diff. Any recommendations? I tried to let them sit for a few days to see if they would fall off, but no luck.
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Prop the diff in something that will hold it but let the outdrive slide out and use a punch on the hex part and hit it with a hammer. You will need a new e clip, but it will work. I have done it many times and works great. Then file the hex a tiny bit to make the gear come off easily..
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What is needed to update the R to a V3 wheel wise? Just the hexes?
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Originally Posted by Yzlvr
What is needed to update the R to a V3 wheel wise? Just the hexes?
Find a guy with a 210 to give you some extra 14mm hex's. 210 comes with two extra. The drive pin will work with the 14mm hex as well. Or just wait for the part tree to come out. Or the ALU one. If you do the fronts (I would not right now since it is hard to find wheels). you would need a rear drive pin.
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Cool, I got a 210 and have the 2 extra hexes... Just wanted to make sure the axle is the same, I have not tried it yet. But soon....
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Originally Posted by Yzlvr
Cool, I got a 210 and have the 2 extra hexes... Just wanted to make sure the axle is the same, I have not tried it yet. But soon....
I did it on Cush's 410 last week. On the suggestion of a friend of mine who runs a 210 also I added a .2mm shim between the plastic hex and the outer hub bearing. Apparently there can be a slight bind without a shim there. Cutting off and regluing every set of rear buggy tires was no fun, but both cars are now setup for the new hex.
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Originally Posted by Yzlvr
Prop the diff in something that will hold it but let the outdrive slide out and use a punch on the hex part and hit it with a hammer. You will need a new e clip, but it will work. I have done it many times and works great. Then file the hex a tiny bit to make the gear come off easily..
An 8th scale wheel works great for supporting the diff when hammering the outdrive . . .

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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I know where you can find one!
Hook a brotha up! Where?
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Hook a brotha up! Where?
http://www.8-racing.de/shop/carbonchassis
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Originally Posted by TAMAK
awesome! Thank you. I don't know when I'll get it, but it just looks so cool.
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Originally Posted by gene1219
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Atomic Carbon

http://www.nortechracing.com/ac/

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If anyone is interested. I have NIP L & R aluminum chassis side rails for sale....cheap PM me.
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