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Old 11-06-2011, 04:54 PM
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I just put the 9mm carbon shock towers on and plan on using the stock shocks will this be a prob ?
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Originally Posted by KIK
Ten-T and the 810 are the same.
got it. thanks.
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Originally Posted by RC*PHREAK
ok. i thought so. so there are 3 different chassis for this platform (SCTE, ten-t, 810)?
Only two, the one for the 810 and TEN-T are the same although we updated it for the 810 slightly in the back.

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I personally wouldn't call the Current Stock Gears "Smooth"

Ryan, When are the new gear's arriving btw ?
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I just put the 9mm carbon shock towers on and plan on using the stock shocks will this be a prob ?
9mm may be a bit thick...
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Old 11-06-2011, 05:34 PM
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New body time! The old one was a bit frail. Any advice on what a good strong Corr body is that will fit?
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in rebuilding my diffs i see the steel bushings inside the housing are loose.which has warn out the shim washers under the side gears.
i glued them in to solve this.
im wondering if losi has addressed this and are they updating the diffs?
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Originally Posted by auto2
in rebuilding my diffs i see the steel bushings inside the housing are loose.which has warn out the shim washers under the side gears.
i glued them in to solve this.
im wondering if losi has addressed this and are they updating the diffs?
gluing them in won't prevent the washers from wearing out. those inserts are very hard and the washers aren't.
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Originally Posted by hacker07
Only two, the one for the 810 and TEN-T are the same although we updated it for the 810 slightly in the back.



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9mm may be a bit thick...
they are the snr shock towers. they are 9mm I think they were sold if you planed on running the 1/8 schocks. please help
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Originally Posted by auto2
in rebuilding my diffs i see the steel bushings inside the housing are loose.which has warn out the shim washers under the side gears.
i glued them in to solve this.
im wondering if losi has addressed this and are they updating the diffs?
We are not considering any type of diff case change at this time. Some glue those inserts in place, some do not, I do personally. I find it helps with slight leakage from the case wearing over time.
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I was at the track today and my truck nosedived like crazy big small no matter what size jump .anyone have a cure.. I think it's in my suspension set up..32 rear wt 35 front with stock springs and two stage pistons . any ideas
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Originally Posted by bigs
I just put the 9mm carbon shock towers on and plan on using the stock shocks will this be a prob ?
4mm maybe?
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Originally Posted by thecman26
4mm maybe?
no they are 9mm The are sold on snr graphite.com
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Originally Posted by bigs
no they are 9mm The are sold on snr graphite.com
Yes, 9mm taller but I think some on here think you meant thickness which is not the case.
It would be better to use the lower mounting holes for the stock shocks, the 9mm taller (upper) holes are meant for 1/8 scale shocks and IMO work best with the 8 2.0B shocks.
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Ive just done some searching and couldnt find out what all is needed to be done when changing over to diff fluid as far as sealing. I know you have to get all the grease out and such but does anything else has to be done? If some one could point me in the right direction that would be great!

I also broke my first part on my scte today a rear hub. Im actually suprised that broke i have put this truck through hell.
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Originally Posted by KingdomRacer
Yes, 9mm taller but I think some on here think you meant thickness which is not the case.
Yeah your probably right...
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Originally Posted by thecman26
Yeah your probably right...
Sorry I should have said 9mm tall
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