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Old 11-20-2012, 02:31 PM
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Current pics of my DEX210 - the CF shock towers are mine - I made them. I got the Exotek front aluminum bits because I haven't found a way to make those yet.












Not gonna lie, that's a pretty hot looking car
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iu got my 8mm chassy on works awsome is anybody useing losi springs im running on a clay track high bite. need alittle more steering too. thanks.
I have stock durango rears and losi silvers up front. 30wt front/27.5 rear 4 hole 1.3's all the way around. 22mm ride height and car is dialed on medium/high grip dirt.
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TD looks to be releasing some new bling parts in olive, black, red and gold.
Battery nuts, spacers, wing buttons, front bulkhead buttons and wheel hexes
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How did you do the battery brace, where you filled in the lettering?


Originally Posted by M3Man03 View Post
Current pics of my DEX210 - the CF shock towers are mine - I made them. I got the Exotek front aluminum bits because I haven't found a way to make those yet.











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What alternative o-rings can I use in the shocks since the TD ones are out of stock?
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I would recommend these. Or if you want the same style as the stock ones then these will do.
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my many faces after my ball cups popped ...lastnight...


then fixed it with A.E. BALL STUDS ....AND RPM CUPS
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The fancy kyosho X-rings will work but the o.d. is a loose fit to the shock body. I had one rear shock that sucked air really bad past the seals but after a heavy greasing of the seal package everything seems to seal up well. I used some Race Tech (motorcycle) seal grease with these seals since its thicker than green slime or losi grease and provided a better seal.
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i use iosi cups and studs never have one pop
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Originally Posted by nolimit208 View Post
What alternative o-rings can I use in the shocks since the TD ones are out of stock?
I've ordered these through my lhs. Work great with no leaks.
OFNA 3.0mm Shock O-Ring Seals (8)
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Originally Posted by ekt View Post
TD looks to be releasing some new bling parts in olive, black, red and gold.
Battery nuts, spacers, wing buttons, front bulkhead buttons and wheel hexes
Where'd you see this?
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Thanks for the many options appreciate it!
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Originally Posted by nolimit208 View Post
How did you do the battery brace, where you filled in the lettering?
Carefully filled it in with paint, let dry and wipe away the extra with paint remover.
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Originally Posted by zylstra View Post
i use iosi cups and studs never have one pop
I use all stock Durango cups and have never had one pop... Because I did them right in the first place. Lol
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Originally Posted by M3Man03 View Post
I use all stock Durango cups and have never had one pop... Because I did them right in the first place. Lol
I did them also from the get go and still had issues, it really comes down to the driver, but once they pop off once they pretty much keep coming off. Atleast thats how it worked out with the 2 sets I had used before I switched them all out for a different brand.
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