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Old 06-13-2005, 07:12 PM   #1
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Hey, im new to the forum but about a month into nitro (am i a noob?) neway. I was bashin my ofna buggy hard today, but after one particularly high jump, i wasnt able to drive away. I checked er out and found that I had stripped two gears near the front wheels. Its 4 wheel drive and one of them looks like a flywheel. Is that clear enough? Can someone help me out an tell me wat to replace? i dont know how descriptive that was. thanks
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Look in your manual and see what part matches it, there will be a number beside it, this is the part number. Take that to your local hobby shop and buy (or order if they havent got it) a replacement. Remove the component and re-assemble according to the manual and the way you removed it. Most likely what you have broken is either the spur gear or the clutchbell.
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