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Old 06-07-2012, 09:56 PM
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hey guys, do you guys replace your center cvd's or replace the pin? the front center cvd worn out really quick !!
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Old 06-08-2012, 05:04 AM
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hey guys, do you guys replace your center cvd's or replace the pin? the front center cvd worn out really quick !!
They do wear quick in losi's especially if you don't have the hardened diff outs. You can relpace just the pin if you have the tools if not replace the bone or then entire cvd.
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Replace the pin and get the king headz rubber boot so you can pack it with grease. They last a lot longer that way.
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Replace the pin and get the king headz rubber boot so you can pack it with grease. They last a lot longer that way.

you can also squeeze the Losi 8 grease boots over the front and rear CV. They are not as nice as the king headz setup, but are only $7 for 4 and you can pick them up at your local hobby shop.

Grease Boots: LOSA3537

http://www.horizonhobby.com/products...b-2-0-LOSA3537
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Replace the pin and get the king headz rubber boot so you can pack it with grease. They last a lot longer that way.
Can you point me in the right direction for the tool etc for this please.
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get the Tekno RC center drive shafts, bigger and better. i have them and they show little wear after running them longer than the stock shafts.
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