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Old 04-16-2013, 12:07 PM
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posted a very nice dex410v3 with tons of extras
in forsale thread for anybody wanting a bind and drive with enough parts for a couple seasons
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Old 04-16-2013, 10:35 PM
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Where can I find + offset 14mm hex ?
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Old 04-17-2013, 05:50 AM
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Where can I find + offset 14mm hex ?
I don't know if any one makes them. I used the losi 22 1.5 mm hex and the losi shim from the non-extend losi hex (the plastic one). It fits fine you need the parts below. I only had the 1.5 mm hex. The 1.5 mm fit fine but you might want to try the .75 mm. When I get home I will post pics if I remember.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...m-Width-TLR-22

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...cer-Set-TLR-22

Now if you are like me and own a ton of 12 mm hex this works great. But its kinda useless if you own all 14 mm.
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Old 04-17-2013, 06:30 AM
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Originally Posted by zzztech
Where can I find + offset 14mm hex ?
I know Exotek used to make them. I bought a set. Not sure of anymore though.
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Old 04-17-2013, 02:30 PM
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Hello!

I have much problem assemble my Dex410v3. One of it is my Bevel Gear does not fit into the gear input driveshaft. I cant even tigthen my screws so it does not fit at all. Anyone know if this is something common or should i contact my hobbyshop for new ones??

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They can be a very tight fit, we usually file down the hex on the outdrive a little so the gear slides on and off easily.
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Old 04-17-2013, 04:42 PM
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Well, the biggest problem is i cant get the gear all the way in. I cant adjust so i dont get a sloppy gearbox :S
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exotech doesnt have the 6.25 hexs anymore i cant find them anywhere but they do have the 4.75 hex i have looked around and found for my dex210
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Originally Posted by Andy63
Hello!

I have much problem assemble my Dex410v3. One of it is my Bevel Gear does not fit into the gear input driveshaft. I cant even tigthen my screws so it does not fit at all. Anyone know if this is something common or should i contact my hobbyshop for new ones??

//Kind regards
Yup, Get a file and file down the edge of the hex on the outdrive until it slips on and off easily. Had to do this on 410's I've owned.

Also, pay attention the diff build guide
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Does anyone know the part # to the 1 degree rear hubs? I have looked around and cannot seem to find them...

Also does anyone else have issues with the rear outer hinge pins backing out of the hub? I have tried brand new hubs with the set screw in very tight and still after a 6 minute heat my pin is backed out around 10mm's. (no issues with the front hinge pins)

if it makes any difference im using the older style hub with the set screw on the outside along with the smaller outer bearing.

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Originally Posted by 1slash
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Also does anyone else have issues with the rear outer hinge pins backing out of the hub? I have tried brand new hubs with the set screw in very tight and still after a 6 minute heat my pin is backed out around 10mm's. (no issues with the front hinge pins)

if it makes any difference im using the older style hub with the set screw on the outside along with the smaller outer bearing.

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Are you locktighing the grub screw in place? I similar problems so I just went with the Tresrey rear hubs. Then I went too tight which caused them to snap frequently (evens lunsfords)..

The key is to use locktight, and then tighten so it makes slght contact with the groove, but you gotta find the sweetspot..
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I have had the same issue on the outer rear hinge pins. It's not the place to crank down the set screw. You will bend and snap them often if you overtighten them. Loctite and just barely snug up the set screw. No problems after I started doing that.
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Originally Posted by tobamiester
Yup, Get a file and file down the edge of the hex on the outdrive until it slips on and off easily. Had to do this on 410's I've owned.

Also, pay attention the diff build guide
Thank you!
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Hmm even locktite on the plastic hubs?
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Originally Posted by 1slash
Hmm even locktite on the plastic hubs?
No loctite on plastic hubs, if you need to get through a raceday and dont have parts you can use a dab of CA. But the best is to replace them. Here are the plastic one degree hubs: http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXCCTJ&P=7. The pic shows the old style with the small outer bearing, but I'm thinking there was a running change with the same part number. Searches of Tower and TD's website showed the same pic and part number.

But as said above, the Tresrey hubs are the hot ticket. We have a set on Cush's buggy with over two seasons of racing and they are still nice and tight. And about as bulletproof as you can get
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