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Old 07-11-2005, 01:13 PM   #1
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Exclamation R/C buggy gearbox: please help

I have a Tamiya model, Item 58205 "Mad Bull" and have had problems with the back axel. When it drives the left-hand side spacing bolt seems to become stuck in the corresponding side of the gearbox housing causing the left rear wheel to revolve considerably slower than the right rear wheel andtherefore causing the car to always turn left when it should be driving forward. Does anyone have any tips or any advice for me on how to go aboug fixing it then please reply on the forum or email me at [email protected]



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