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Old 11-28-2011, 11:39 AM
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I have tried to attach a spreadsheet. Lemme know if you cannot view it . . .

TD330307 RR SUSPENSION HANGER (INSERT VERSION)
TD330309 RR SUSPENSION HANGER INSERTS
TD330293 HD BALL END SET
TD310226 ALLOY WHEEL HEX (14mm) 2pcs
TD330312 PLASTIC SHOCK COLLARS,14mm HEXES & SHOCK STAND OFF SET
TD340071 F & R HUB SET (V3)
Hey Danger. Just add a dot zip (ie; spreadsheet.xls.zip) to the end of the extension and it'll upload as an attachment.

I'm wondering how many parts it has in common with the DEX210. I'm thinking of running 2WD stock and wondering about parts count. There's no parts support for TD around here, unless Rob or some of his buddies drive in from outa town.
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Old 11-28-2011, 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by makaluch
Hey Danger. Just add a dot zip (ie; spreadsheet.xls.zip) to the end of the extension and it'll upload as an attachment.

I'm wondering how many parts it has in common with the DEX210. I'm thinking of running 2WD stock and wondering about parts count. There's no parts support for TD around here, unless Rob or some of his buddies drive in from outa town.
Thanks for the heads up on the file. I have been considering the same as you--running a 2WD stock class and have been debating the DEX210 or the TRL22. My understanding is that there are not many interchangeable parts but Grapejuice would know better than myself. By looking at the car there were not enough common parts to sway me over to the DEX210 for purposes of part count.
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Old 11-28-2011, 11:53 AM
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I'm on the fence with the TLR22 as well. Not a fan of ball diff maintenance, especially on small, tight track with lots of air. Although, I hear some guys are using the gear diff from the RTR with success. Decisions, decisions....

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Old 11-28-2011, 12:48 PM
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Originally Posted by makaluch
Hey Danger. Just add a dot zip (ie; spreadsheet.xls.zip) to the end of the extension and it'll upload as an attachment.

I'm wondering how many parts it has in common with the DEX210. I'm thinking of running 2WD stock and wondering about parts count. There's no parts support for TD around here, unless Rob or some of his buddies drive in from outa town.
Not many parts in common: shocks, shock mounts, turnbuckles, rear wheel hexes...pretty much it
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Old 11-28-2011, 12:51 PM
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Originally Posted by makaluch
I'm on the fence with the TLR22 as well. Not a fan of ball diff maintenance, especially on small, tight track with lots of air. Although, I hear some guys are using the gear diff from the RTR with success. Decisions, decisions....
Ball diffs are not that difficult once you learn to build/set them properly as well as setting your slipper right.
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whats the best starting setup for this buggy?
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Old 11-28-2011, 01:14 PM
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
whats the best starting setup for this buggy?
??? i hate these questions. these guys never seem to keep one car very long.

tell us about your track conditions, tires, layouts etc

thank you
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Old 11-28-2011, 01:17 PM
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somewhat technical tracks with a couple long straights. no major jumps just a couple doubles and quads. almost any clay compound tire usually works on them.


Originally Posted by t8rtot
??? i hate these questions. these guys never seem to keep one car very long.

tell us about your track conditions, tires, layouts etc

thank you
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
whats the best starting setup for this buggy?
Go to Petit: Pick one and read the off road tuning guide from associated. Like the old saying. You can give a guy a fish but teaching him how to fish is a greater gift. Not to mention, you'll find alot of guys not willing to share too much, too many variables. And I'm no expert, I am still learning myself.

Not to mention this car has diff fluid that will make this car an animal or calm. All depends on your driving style and track. This car takes time / practice to get a feel for which adjustments work best for YOU.

http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...ngoDEX410.html

good general reading: http://www.petitrc.com/setup/associa...uningGuide.pdf

more good reading:
http://www.teamassociated.com/pdf/ca...HandbookV2.pdf
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
Not many parts in common: shocks, shock mounts, turnbuckles, rear wheel hexes...pretty much it
Thanks grapejuice!

Yeah, I had a super finicky CR diff/trans a few years ago and it just pissed me off. It was a different truck everytime I drove it, barked, slipped, chunked up in a day after it was broken in and set. I rebuilt it almost every weekend and it was never right. Never did figure out what the deal was. My RT5 and every XXX before it was butter though. Gear diffs are just my preference...shims and fluid changes, seals and a case every now and again, done.
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
somewhat technical tracks with a couple long straights. no major jumps just a couple doubles and quads. almost any clay compound tire usually works on them.
The box setup is a nice place to start. Read the great material TAMAK posted to learn how to adjust from there. Most of us are constantly in trial and error and you should be too. There is no magic setup. Just use the suggested tires for your track and do work. And have fun doin it
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What o-rings are you guys using to replace the xrings in the diffs? Thought I heard Kyosho o-rings but not sure of the part #.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 11-28-2011, 05:17 PM
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I used the durango 1/8th o-rings that they recommend...


also.. if anyone is looking for a saddle pack for their 410... I have a new one that I only charged and ran one time that im looking to get rid of...
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Originally Posted by The Colonel01
What o-rings are you guys using to replace the xrings in the diffs? Thought I heard Kyosho o-rings but not sure of the part #.

Thanks in advance.
http://www.team-durango.com/blog/201...diff-seal-mod/
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I prefer these

http://www.tresrey-usa.com/categorie...S/O%252dRINGS/
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