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Old 03-27-2012, 08:14 AM
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Old 03-27-2012, 08:22 AM
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Any possibility to run B44.1 wheels front and back on the DEX410? I already have a stock pile of wheels/tires to fit the rear of my TLR22, just wondered if it is possible.
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Old 03-27-2012, 08:55 AM
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Originally Posted by FLHX1550
Any possibility to run B44.1 wheels front and back on the DEX410? I already have a stock pile of wheels/tires to fit the rear of my TLR22, just wondered if it is possible.
B44 fronts will bolt on, but will rub slightly at full lock, assuming they are the same wheels on the B44.1 as on the original. Rears will work- depending on if you have pins or hexes you will either need shorter drive pins or the j concepts hex adapters.
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Old 03-27-2012, 09:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Rideordieguy1
My pivot balls did strip with very slight tension! I was surprised especially with it being from my v3 kit! So I just run rear sway bars anyway! Other than that it's a great buggy!
Ball studs for turnbuckles? or Pivot balls for swaybars?
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Old 03-27-2012, 09:09 AM
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Same for me mate rear only for sway bars
Below is a link to the tech article about the swaybar mod, it can be found in the Tricks and Tips section of their web site. I would not build a Durango without checking all those articles first.

http://www.team-durango.com/blog/cat...ndtips/page/2/
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Old 03-27-2012, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by dexon555
Ball studs for turnbuckles? or Pivot balls for swaybars?
The swaybar studs. The ones for spec never had problems. Guess it was the cone shaped set screws per the TD site.
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Old 03-27-2012, 11:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Jonny5
B44 fronts will bolt on, but will rub slightly at full lock, assuming they are the same wheels on the B44.1 as on the original. Rears will work- depending on if you have pins or hexes you will either need shorter drive pins or the j concepts hex adapters.
What version of 410 are you talking about? B44 front wheels are 12mm hexes.
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Old 03-27-2012, 11:59 AM
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The swaybar studs. The ones for spec never had problems. Guess it was the cone shaped set screws per the TD site.
I had the same issues on my spec, I dug through the archives and found the solution. It works well now.
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
What version of 410 are you talking about? B44 front wheels are 12mm hexes.
Possible then that the b44 hexes are needed. A friend I race with used his old b44 wheels without issue for the first few months he raced the 410, so its definitely do able. Blasphemy, but do able
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ok.. everyone breathe.. associated style wheel/losi front wheel are used with orginal 410 versions. V3 or V3r use 14mm hex,. you can retro the new car to the old style to fit current b44 front rim. Proline or J concepts make a 12mm hex conversion for the rear.
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I took my car out for the first time since october at a club race. The track was a little bumpy in the morning, but my car was dialed thru the jumps.

I was running dark blue spring in the front and 4x1.4 hole pistons with 400cts oil in them. And the light greens springs in the rear with 5x1.3 pistons and 300cts oil. My car soaked every bump while other cars were bouncing thrue the ruts and jumps.

The steering of my car was very aggressive on turn in (long front links in the lowest position), but that was exactly what I needed on the tight car. My car had so much steering and changed direction very fast. In the afternoon the track was really bumpy but my car was still going great while the other buggies really started to have problems. Damn, I love this machine
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Just cleaned my car up and put a few new parts on.

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I see some stuff I REALLY like!
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that looks very very sweet
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Can someone give me a quick refresh on tires?

Losi front Blockheads
Losi front/rear Sprints
Proline Holeshots front/rear

When do/don't use these tires on this car?
Anyone got any opinions?
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