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Old 09-29-2013, 06:48 AM
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Originally Posted by rifleman223
Where do you get these pins from?
Google mcmaster-carr, the sell drill blacks and pin gauges that can be used in place of the stock thing pin........I have been using tool steel drill blanks since day one and have only bent 1 pin in 9 months.......
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Old 09-29-2013, 10:26 AM
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Originally Posted by symmetricon
Google mcmaster-carr, the sell drill blacks and pin gauges that can be used in place of the stock thing pin........I have been using tool steel drill blanks since day one and have only bent 1 pin in 9 months.......
What size blank do you use?
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Old 09-29-2013, 11:54 AM
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Originally Posted by huzzler
What size blank do you use?
buy the longer than u need and cut them.......
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I'm having an issue assembling the v3 I just bought and I'd like some help. I'm currently on page 17, the center drive shafts. The bevel gear, 310005, does not go far enough into the driveshaft input, 310116. This prevents the setscrew from threading into the driveshaft input far enough to be able to spin inside the diff case. Has anyone else had this issue?
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Old 09-29-2013, 02:05 PM
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Originally Posted by RC10Nick
I'm having an issue assembling the v3 I just bought and I'd like some help. I'm currently on page 17, the center drive shafts. The bevel gear, 310005, does not go far enough into the driveshaft input, 310116. This prevents the setscrew from threading into the driveshaft input far enough to be able to spin inside the diff case. Has anyone else had this issue?
is it not long enough or is it binding/catching?
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Originally Posted by symmetricon
is it not long enough or is it binding/catching?
depends on which "it" you are talking about.

It seems like the shaft on the bevel gear is too long, or the input shaft is not deep enough. The problem is not the setscrew, the problem is the mating between the bevel gear shaft and the shaft input.

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I tried hammering the bevel gear into the shaft. I got them to mate properly, but ended up bending the part of the input shaft that mates into the CVD. This really sucks. Time to email TD.

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Originally Posted by symmetricon
buy the longer than u need and cut them.......
Yeah I get that, I was talking about diameter.
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Originally Posted by rifleman223
Where do you get these pins from?
If you look around you can find a complete Lunsford 410 pin set for under $20.00.
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Seems like the the motor mount could be a potential issue and I'm looking for better mounting screws. I usually use lunsford titanium screws but they don't fit in this case.

Has anyone tried these?

http://www.tsrproducts.com/index.php...s270003rd.html

Thanks! I'll post pics soon...
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Originally Posted by 13Maschine
Seems like the the motor mount could be a potential issue and I'm looking for better mounting screws. I usually use lunsford titanium screws but they don't fit in this case.

Has anyone tried these?

http://www.tsrproducts.com/index.php...s270003rd.html

Thanks! I'll post pics soon...
i doubt the slots for the motor mount screws are big enough for the red aluminum bits...
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Originally Posted by huzzler
Yeah I get that, I was talking about diameter.
the inner hing pins are 3mm and the inners are 2.5mm
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Originally Posted by lil_man72
i've got the jconcepts finnisher being painted right now, but i also think the pro-line bulldog body would be a good choice.
Having a jconcepts body currently, I'd suggest either the proline of Kuhler body. There's also the bugleboy body which is also nice but you have to google it. It's posted in here a Few pages back.
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The mains were great yesterday,it was great to see 3 410s in the A-main. Just a little disappointing to see Jorn fall apart like that after taking everyone to school during quals.
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Old 09-30-2013, 05:14 AM
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Originally Posted by TLRrunner
The mains were great yesterday,it was great to see 3 410s in the A-main. Just a little disappointing to see Jorn fall apart like that after taking everyone to school during quals.
Agreed. It shows the car is every bit as good as anything else out there. Jorn also showed the cars durability lol. The car is not nearly as fragile as some make it sound like....
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Originally Posted by symmetricon
Agreed. It shows the car is every bit as good as anything else out there. Jorn also showed the cars durability lol. The car is not nearly as fragile as some make it sound like....
agreed symmetricon, I'd say the current is just as good as everything else out there but the prototype might be on another level. I can be a bit of a rough driver and I've personally beat the ever loving crap out of my car and to date only broke 2 parts.
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