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Old 04-17-2004, 10:54 PM   #1
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I have a traxxas pro ball diff but suspect it is put together wrong because I have no directions. Can anyone get a exploded view or tell me step by step how to put it together?
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Old 04-18-2004, 01:08 AM   #2
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Give Traxxas a call..they can most likely send a manual your way.
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didn't you get a manual with the rustler? towards the end it has an exploded view
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Traxxas sent me a direction on how to put it together. Now When I push the car the spur gear and clutchbell dont spin. any idea why that is?
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The brake is probably being held on by the throttle return spring. Do they move if you apply some throttle (with the engine off).
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The diff was to loose actually. thanks aaron
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Yikes, that musta been pretty loose!

Glad you got it fixed.
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it was weird. I think after I put it together you had to do one more whole roation because it wasnt loose but after I did a whole turn it worked good and now i can still looosen it. The guy who ahd the diff before me had like 3 extra wsahers that is why it wasnt working right..
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