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Old 11-06-2011, 02:45 AM
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so I gather you can use the hex off the kyosho or hot bodies IF you wanted to use these rims for the rear.........?
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Or the Losi TLR 22 hex as well seems to fit. Not sure if they are the same size as HB and kyosho. There is also the Ansmann or Team C hex as well. As long as they are shimmed if there is any slack when fitted any other hex should be fine.
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So I took the bait and ordered the DEX210 and I actually got the last one my Norwegian dealer had (and he got them in the same day)

Should be a nice companion to my DEX410.

I am now officially ready for the indoor season

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Originally Posted by AmiSMB View Post
Or the Losi TLR 22 hex as well seems to fit. Not sure if they are the same size as HB and kyosho. There is also the Ansmann or Team C hex as well. As long as they are shimmed if there is any slack when fitted any other hex should be fine.
They (Kyosho, Losi, & HB) are the same size hex on the rear. FYI the Losi rims are thicker in the axle area than the Kyosho wheels, meaning they will leave less room for the axle nut..
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Originally Posted by flame56mx View Post
They (Kyosho, Losi, & HB) are the same size hex on the rear. FYI the Losi rims are thicker in the axle area than the Kyosho wheels, meaning they will leave less room for the axle nut..
The Durango wheel is thick in the middle like the 22's and there is plenty of exposed axle even with the nut on.
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Hello

Im doing an order on Amain and need to know what size is the snap ring to get some spares when i build my diff nextime.

Anyone have a link of it from Amaiin.

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Hello

Im doing an order on Amain and need to know what size is the snap ring to get some spares when i build my diff nextime.

Anyone have a link of it from Amaiin.

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It is a 8 x 0.8mm
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Chris,

I haven't had any probs with my DEX210 diff, but haven't been able to feel the diff between the sharp and rounded side of the clip (working for Tesco in frozen section at uni ). Are you using original TD parts when stripping the diff down etc?

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Havent had to take it apart yet as its still running smooth! I replaced the circlip in the T3 and the cougar and will do so in the 210, they cost pennies so make sense, to avoid any problems.

You should be able to see the difference, once side is a sharp 90 degrees, the other more rounded.

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Planning a practice day at Taplow if you are interested:
http://www.oople.com/forums/showthre...196#post578196
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can you tell me where to buy those circlips that work with the durango, i dont find any set on amain,

And thanks for the reply jmuck69

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Havent had to take it apart yet as its still running smooth! I replaced the circlip in the T3 and the cougar and will do so in the 210, they cost pennies so make sense, to avoid any problems.

You should be able to see the difference, once side is a sharp 90 degrees, the other more rounded.

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Planning a practice day at Taplow if you are interested:
http://www.oople.com/forums/showthre...196#post578196
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Originally Posted by patxeik View Post
can you tell me where to buy those circlips that work with the durango, i dont find any set on amain,

And thanks for the reply jmuck69
I get them from a local store fastenal I get alot of my screws from them also here is a link to there web sight
http://www.fastenal.com/web/home.ex
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Originally Posted by patxeik View Post
can you tell me where to buy those circlips that work with the durango, i dont find any set on amain,

And thanks for the reply jmuck69
if 8mm x .8mm is correct... then right here.. direct link.

https://www.fastenal.com/web/product...ex?sku=4115535
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Originally Posted by Cpt.America View Post
if 8mm x .8mm is correct... then right here.. direct link.

https://www.fastenal.com/web/product...ex?sku=4115535
Did you ever figure out the springs and shock oil weight for the rm3 setup?
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Did you ever figure out the springs and shock oil weight for the rm3 setup?
I'm running RM4 (which doesn't matter), and I started to get it dialed in yesterday, but due to issues with my diff, only got a small fraction of a single pack on the car. I wont know for a while im afraid.
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I was wandering if anyone has tried the rm3 to rm4 back to back yet to really get a good compairison on the track? I'm sure Cpt. would have if he hadn't spent 5 of the 6 hrs working on the diff (but atleast you have practice pulling the tranny now ), maybe Randy or someone else has had a chance . I am leaning toward rm3 just because every sucsesfull Pro driver with the car trough testing have been running rm3, even in europe on the bigger tracks, and if the rm4 was so any better than you would think that Jorn or some of the other drivers would have been running it .
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