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Old 03-07-2013, 04:44 PM   #1471
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Four words: You Own A Traxass!
Your only post from yesterday was to seek me put for stating my opinion. We are allowed to post our opinions here, aren't we? Or perhaps you're confused how DISCUSSION forums work.
Othetwise until you're mommy allows you to step up to big boy toys fulltime, how about going back to the traxass forum where your words might carry some weight.
How about each of you simply press the ignore user button or take it to PM. Please keep it related to the truck, or if you got one, or what help you need, or at least RC related...lol.
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Old 03-07-2013, 04:52 PM   #1472
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Those little itty bitty screws come with the wheel hexes or they are a 2-56 x 3/16" cap head.
Thanks a lot. Unfortunately I dropped one and lost it.
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How about each of you simply press the ignore user button or take it to PM. Please keep it related to the truck, or if you got one, or what help you need, or at least RC related...lol.
You're right. My apologies Ryan.
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Old 03-07-2013, 04:57 PM   #1474
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Sounds like we need to make a drinking game for ya then...could be fun...Let's see, every time you see the symbol for black grease, you have to drink...
haha maybe I'll try that so for the black grease symbol I use that yellow brownish stuff right?
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Thanks a lot. Unfortunately I dropped one and lost it.
Especially when you're building, get a white bath towel and lay it over your workbench (work area) and that way any itty bitty screws or whatnot you do drop don't go bouncing away.
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Old 03-07-2013, 05:23 PM   #1476
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Putting the front diff together and diff screw are terrible. I almost stripped out a screw. I put my 1.0 scte diff screws in and they fit perfect



Tell me about it

Whats worse is i dont have a drill or a bit to get it out just a cut off wheel with a dremel.
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Old 03-07-2013, 05:25 PM   #1477
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Ha so many horror stories ... I'm assuming these are y'all's first kits?
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Old 03-07-2013, 05:47 PM   #1478
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when assembling the new diff cases it pays to have a power driver and the right bit...
I prethreaded the cases and I couldnt imagine trying to hold them covered in 3000wt slime and wind those itty bitty screws in by hand...
definitely prethread
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when assembling the new diff cases it pays to have a power driver and the right bit...
I prethreaded the cases and I couldnt imagine trying to hold them covered in 3000wt slime and wind those itty bitty screws in by hand...
definitely prethread


Oh i did go in and out with the hex driver and one of them just desided to round out on me. I get what your saying though the center diff screws are easier to get out not the front diff if one of them are rounded/striped.

Grated no i dont have the best standard hex drivers i do need new ones soon.

I dont have the 2.0 SCTE just the new diff cups on my 1.0.
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pro4 4600, HW4700 4XS 4800 or 7200, SC411? Bad words for any of these?
I had the HW4700 and it was stupid fast so i ordered the 4000kv for this truck...heard nothing but good things about the 4000kv size motors

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looks sexy ... is the one included in the kit plastic?
A gentleman on the 1.0 thread had bought stuff from them and wasnt too impressed...you've been warned, lol!

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Pre-thread all of the diff screw holes before assembly. They are tight.
Yea, alot tight...i do the same as casper and run them in and out with vaseline and you can still see where the screws have went down into the case on the outside of the case...I use the HPI Z449 screws i believe are the part #
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when assembling the new diff cases it pays to have a power driver and the right bit...
I prethreaded the cases and I couldnt imagine trying to hold them covered in 3000wt slime and wind those itty bitty screws in by hand...
definitely prethread
I've found that depending on the size of the screw, that assembly goes much smoother if I pre-thread at least half the screw depth (really small screws, it's worth working them in and out slowly, so as to not heat the plastic and jack up the threads, once or even twice). I've attributed it to the denser TLR plastic, but who am I to say.
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Two words: go away. You're not contributing anything to this thread other than condescending and rude responses to members who don't have the same opinions as you. Every month, there seems to be a new member who finds pleasure in putting others down and making themselves look like a total tool. I think you fit that description. After i see your response to this post, you're going straight to my ignore list.
Anyway, back to the scte 2.0 thread.
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Ryan/Hacker...i see alot of guys asking questions and everyone points them to the first post by you, have you thought about changing the title of the thread to "Official TLR TEN-SCTE 2.0 Kit Thread...Read first post for up to date info"? Or something of the sort if you know what im saying...

Kinda like the thread for the 22SCT... "TLR 22SCT Thread (Check First Page for FAQ & INFO)"
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I'm starting my kit right now and I'm looking at the icon key symbols I see the kit manual says I need TLR-Lok, High pressure black grease, CA glue, Clear grease, Motor spray, Silicone oil, the kit comes w/ all the silicone oil, TLR-Lok, and yellow brownish grease, does this mean I have to buy black grease, clear grease, CA glue, and motor spray to complete the build???
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I'm starting my kit right now and I'm looking at the icon key symbols I see the kit manual says I need TLR-Lok, High pressure black grease, CA glue, Clear grease, Motor spray, Silicone oil, the kit comes w/ all the silicone oil, TLR-Lok, and yellow brownish grease, does this mean I have to buy black grease, clear grease, CA glue, and motor spray to complete the build???
Being into R/C, it's always a good idea to have a supply of black grease, CA glue and motor spray handy.
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