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Old 03-29-2012, 12:25 PM
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I know this will be deleted/moved fast,but this is the perfect place to post this.LOL

I am looking for a loaded,clean losi scte roller,p.m.with what you have...

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Old 03-29-2012, 02:25 PM
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Originally Posted by WideOpenThrottle RC
Did a thorough rebuild tonight on the truck getting ready for the first points series race that's coming up in 8 days, does anyone have a part number for the shim in the diff that sit's on top of the oring where the outdrive comes through the case? Cuz mine are eaten up!!!
I use these and IMO help put a little needed space to help the diff be smoother.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...lutch-Shim-Kit
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Old 03-29-2012, 03:05 PM
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+1 on the diffs, I would like to buy the gasket seperate and my bro uses black rtv for the inserts and gaskets, no leaks
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Old 03-29-2012, 03:54 PM
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Originally Posted by WideOpenThrottle RC
Anyone???
GMK Supply - GMK0143 - "Hardbody" Losi SCTE/810/Ten-T hard spring steel diff shims, package of 6. These won't wear out like the stock shims do. A Main Hobbies will have them early next week.
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Old 03-29-2012, 04:31 PM
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I feel like I'm losing my mind.. Lol my truck without body with promatch 6000 weighs 5lbs 11oz with 550 can motor.. I figured it had to weigh more comparing to others weight.. I've got the rear bumper Durango style and battery tray and radio tray chopped up.. Bce chassis tlr kit.. I calibrated my scale to a 5lb free weight.. Just seems like it should be heavier.. I use an older post office scale... Maybe these newer digital ones are lying
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Old 03-29-2012, 04:44 PM
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That's about right. Your body probably weighs 6-7 oz. That would put you at 6lb 2oz which is what my truck weighs.

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I feel like I'm losing my mind.. Lol my truck without body with promatch 6000 weighs 5lbs 11oz with 550 can motor.. I figured it had to weigh more comparing to others weight.. I've got the rear bumper Durango style and battery tray and radio tray chopped up.. Bce chassis tlr kit.. I calibrated my scale to a 5lb free weight.. Just seems like it should be heavier.. I use an older post office scale... Maybe these newer digital ones are lying
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Old 03-29-2012, 04:57 PM
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Perfect.. Just seemed like when everyone was trying to go light.. It seemed like a big hassle and I honestly haven't done much except cut a few things and drill some holes in the battery tray
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Diff shims can be bought from mcmaster for dirt cheap in mass quantities and in varied thicknesses.
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Does anyone know where I can find a losi scte roller,that is in stock and accepts paypal? I can't find one anywhere..LOL
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Originally Posted by Gary NJ
GMK Supply - GMK0143 - "Hardbody" Losi SCTE/810/Ten-T hard spring steel diff shims, package of 6. These won't wear out like the stock shims do. A Main Hobbies will have them early next week.
I love your products and will be buying these.
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Originally Posted by rifraf
Does anyone know where I can find a losi scte roller,that is in stock and accepts paypal? I can't find one anywhere..LOL
1-928-453-7111 give em a call I think they have one or 2
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Originally Posted by rifraf
Does anyone know where I can find a losi scte roller,that is in stock and accepts paypal? I can't find one anywhere..LOL
I saw Tacoma RC Raceway up in Tacoma, WA had one behind the counter last Saturday bet they would be willing to work something out with you 253-565-1935
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Originally Posted by symmetricon
Diff shims can be bought from mcmaster for dirt cheap in mass quantities and in varied thicknesses.
Yeah, but it's more fun to buy stuff from Gary at GMK - he's a nice guy, has well thought out products and even better names for them!

PLUS, you're helping support a fellow racer!!!
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Originally Posted by symmetricon



Are you not going to run side mud guards?
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