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Old 10-05-2011, 02:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Klemida
I got these last week and they work GREAT and cheep @ $15.oo per set got them from M2CRACING they also have other stuff
interesting, who was that guy on here with the 30$ sleeves cant find him anywhere
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Old 10-05-2011, 02:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Chase1472
interesting, who was that guy on here with the 30$ sleeves cant find him anywhere
Toby keith has those ur referring to. I got a pair and think they are a much better design than the m2c. At a price though.....
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Old 10-05-2011, 02:57 PM
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These have been working on the 2.0 1/8th scale for about a year with no problems what so ever and at 1/2 the price
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Originally Posted by ScottKelly911
Just curious why you want ceramics? Ceramics are not used in most offroad applications unless you run indoor carpet where there's no dirt to get into them. Ceramic bearings service life seems a lot shorter than steel bearings in offroad cars. Most people are just using the Avid Revolutions, here's the link: http://www.avidrc.com/flexkit/?kit=3...e=TEN-SCTE+ARR They seem to be out of the 5x8x2.5's right now, but the rest of the kit is there. They're very good bearings and cheap enough that you don't have to worry about extending their life by cleaning them, just toss them out when they wear. They've also got very good service life!


Has anyone bought and installed these yet? How'd they fit? I'm thinking about picking some up, doesn't hurt that they're pretty blingy too but more importantly, they serve a real purpose
I did. Great fit and working great so far. Highly recomkend these!!
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Old 10-05-2011, 03:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Klemida
These have been working on the 2.0 1/8th scale for about a year with no problems what so ever and at 1/2 the price
I jist like the idea of using shrink wrap....not a permanent fix imo
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Originally Posted by heavyjeffd
If your ESC is setup properly and you are using the right motor with the right gearing, you shouldn't need a fan on your motor ever really. Fan on the ESC is a very good idea if not mandatory.
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Originally Posted by negatv1
That Drake/Diff youtube video is marked private for me. Is there a magic passphrase/handshake needed to be able to see it?


try this it did the same thing for me.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbOfV5J5Z0k
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Originally Posted by rcguy76559
try this it did the same thing for me.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbOfV5J5Z0k
why did he not put the 2 shims or washers over the rubber seals ?
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I have the aluminum adjustable front hinge pin holder and im wondering what to set it at I see on the setup sheet for Aarron Lane he says what to do with the rear ones but i have no idea what to set the front at.
Thanks for any help
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0's in the front all around
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Default Team Integy Universal Off Road Setup Station

will the Team Integy Universal Off Road Setup Station work for the scte?
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I dont believe they come with the right adaptors. I could be wrong but my buddy has the set up station and didnt have the right adaptors
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which adapters do i need to make it work?
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Originally Posted by DBL15
why did he not put the 2 shims or washers over the rubber seals ?
He said the compression of the O-ring leads to some binding of the outdrive. It's suppose to not leak unless you go a long time without a rebuild.
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