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Old 03-25-2012, 03:46 PM
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Well, I didn't get much practice with the buggy today because I broke the left rear hub + arm on a cartwheel off a big jump. Also broke the hinge pin in half.

Didn't even get the car dirty.

I used 81/23 because with the 87 spur, even with bigger pinions, the buggy seemed really slow and didn't have any top-end.
I did the same thing this weekend. Has anyone figured out the part number for the 1 degree rear hubs on the V3?
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do you guys know if anybody elses pistons fit the durango big bores?
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Well, I didn't get much practice with the buggy today because I broke the left rear hub + arm on a cartwheel off a big jump. Also broke the hinge pin in half.

Didn't even get the car dirty.

I used 81/23 because with the 87 spur, even with bigger pinions, the buggy seemed really slow and didn't have any top-end.
if you were running bigger pinions with the 87 spur it may have been geared to high for the motor bogging it down.
your fdr is nearly the same as mine with a 10.5 mild boost.
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Originally Posted by Cspurlock
do you guys know if anybody elses pistons fit the durango big bores?
Im using Nicks from Oople. They are tapered. So far they are working well.
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Originally Posted by Cspurlock
do you guys know if anybody elses pistons fit the durango big bores?
I am running the rcshox in my DESC. I just ordered a set for my 410 also.
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Originally Posted by Raul Garcia
Im using Nicks from Oople. They are tapered. So far they are working well.
I want a set of these but can't figure out where to buy them, the site is down??
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Originally Posted by Cspurlock
I want a set of these but can't figure out where to buy them, the site is down??
http://www.oople.com/forums/showthread.php?t=72921
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Originally Posted by jmackani
I am running the rcshox in my DESC. I just ordered a set for my 410 also.
Yep same here built them up ready to try but with a national title less then 2 weeks away I don't think I will try them till after it

I will take them to try in a heat and see how they go but I went real light oils in them as well
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Light oil here as well. 30/20 Losi oil, Rc shox six holes. 1.2c/1.4r F/R. Been running them since Dec. and they are still working great!
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Originally Posted by jmackani
I did the same thing this weekend. Has anyone figured out the part number for the 1 degree rear hubs on the V3?
I've got a crack in my 1 degree v3 hub, used CA glue to maticulously repair it. I'm in the same situation, not even a part listed on parts page of website. Does anyone have the original V3 manual?
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Are the 1 rear hubs supposed to have different size bearings than the 0 rear hubs?
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Are the 1 rear hubs supposed to have different size bearings than the 0 rear hubs?
Thats a good question, my 1 degree hubs have a larger diameter outside bearing than on my Spec. The V3 0-degree size has the same oversized bearing.
Here is the parts link:
http://www.team-durango.com/part-inf...artNo=TD340071
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Are the 1 rear hubs supposed to have different size bearings than the 0 rear hubs?
For the V3 no. They supplied the older 1 degree with V3 also which does not help when they do not supply the smaller bearings. I ordered the 1 degree part number and it is still coming with the smaller bearings. I know on sct the parts tree is together for the 0 and 1 degree. I am wondering if that is the case for the buggy. I emailed the support address a couple of weeks ago and have not received a response. Maybe I should try the sales address because I think others have received responses from there.
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For the V3 no. They supplied the older 1 degree with V3 also which does not help when they do not supply the smaller bearings. I ordered the 1 degree part number and it is still coming with the smaller bearings. I know on sct the parts tree is together for the 0 and 1 degree. I am wondering if that is the case for the buggy. I emailed the support address a couple of weeks ago and have not received a response. Maybe I should try the sales address because I think others have received responses from there.
Try calling.
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Speak to Joel, They are in Utah, so adjust for time.
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Took my v3 and 210 out to sdrc yesterday for the first time out. The 410 has to be the most fun car I have ever driven hands down. I didn't break anything but I did run into a problem towards the end of the day however. The screw backed out of the bottom of one of the aluminum c hubs (should have used red locktite I guess not blue) and the chromed hat bushing fell out somewhere over the double tabletop. Does anyone know if the hat bushing from the tlr 22 would work since I'm sure these aren't available from Durango? The inside diameter of the bushing should be the same since it uses an m3 screw to attach thru the bottom of the steering knuckle into the c hub.
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