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Old 10-03-2014, 05:08 PM   #4996
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Any online retailers have any in stock that anyone knows of?
are you talking about the carbon fiber stiffeners or the arms? they are all on amain.
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Old 10-03-2014, 05:10 PM   #4997
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are you talking about the carbon fiber stiffeners or the arms? they are all on amain.
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Old 10-03-2014, 07:19 PM   #4998
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Tower has them listed on the dealer site to be the last week of October as estimated. I have one on preorder as well
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I have a used one night on indoor carpet off road d413 for sale. Will be listing it up tomorrow sometime.
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Old 10-03-2014, 09:31 PM   #5000
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it will go quick if you sell it for a reasonable price.
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Old 10-04-2014, 06:42 AM   #5001
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Thanks but looking for BNIB kit
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Old 10-04-2014, 05:29 PM   #5002
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I ran my D413 today for the first time at a track and when I came home I notice the opinion gear has little dings in almost every tooth the spur gear is composite. Why would the pinion gear would have the dings in almost every tooth is this normal??

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I ran my D413 today for the first time at a track and when I came home I notice the opinion gear has little dings in almost every tooth the spur gear is composite. Why would the pinion gear would have the dings in almost every tooth is this normal??

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Probably had a little pebble stuck in the plastic Spur Gear going round and round and putting a little ding in the pinion.
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Probably had a little pebble stuck in the plastic Spur Gear going round and round and putting a little ding in the pinion.
That's t what happened to me a small pebble got stuck in spur.
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Probably had a little pebble stuck in the plastic Spur Gear going round and round and putting a little ding in the pinion.

Should I change it or leave it like that until it gets really bad?
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I haven't been on this forum for months, I need some help. I don't want to read hundreds of page to find what I need. My front shock caps have popped off during racing and it's a big pain. Who makes aluminum caps that fit and what is the best way to install them. I want my buggy to look nice, I don't want to do any thing that looks crummy. The install needs too look great and be strong. I would appreciate and input. I had one of my shock caps pops off today on some rather mild unpacks.
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Old 10-04-2014, 08:11 PM   #5007
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I haven't been on this forum for months, I need some help. I don't want to read hundreds of page to find what I need. My front shock caps have popped off during racing and it's a big pain. Who makes aluminum caps that fit and what is the best way to install them. I want my buggy to look nice, I don't want to do any thing that looks crummy. The install needs too look great and be strong. I would appreciate and input. I had one of my shock caps pops off today on some rather mild unpacks.
I have been using the AE B5 plastic hardware and have not had any issues.
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I haven't been on this forum for months, I need some help. I don't want to read hundreds of page to find what I need. My front shock caps have popped off during racing and it's a big pain. Who makes aluminum caps that fit and what is the best way to install them. I want my buggy to look nice, I don't want to do any thing that looks crummy. The install needs too look great and be strong. I would appreciate and input. I had one of my shock caps pops off today on some rather mild unpacks.
so far all that really works is the b5 shock caps and mounts
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Old 10-04-2014, 08:19 PM   #5009
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I have serpent caps on my d413.
Here are the part numbers needed

500146-14.50
500137-4.69
500199-11.49
2-500176-23.99
500179-2.50
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Should I change it or leave it like that until it gets really bad?
Change the pinion to a new one as it will chew up the spur if you leave the old one in there.
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