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Old 11-03-2003, 12:40 PM   #4231
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UPS just came I'm unpackaging all of the blue stuff to have it sent in and anodized red The RS chassis looks awesome, and my new RS discharger is workin on a pack right now
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BTW, anyone have an idea on how to get the pins out of the dogbones/driveshaft?
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Old 11-03-2003, 12:45 PM   #4233
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BTW, anyone have an idea on how to get the pins out of the dogbones/driveshaft?
I used a nail driver and hammer...I got from Home Depot... place the shaft on a vice..but don't clamp down on the pin..should be loose so it can fall out... just make sure there's something underneith to catch the pin.

the problem I had when reassembling.. is that the pin may not be as tight as before... I've had a pin come loose during a race.
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Old 11-03-2003, 01:09 PM   #4234
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I used a nail driver and hammer...I got from Home Depot... place the shaft on a vice..but don't clamp down on the pin..should be loose so it can fall out... just make sure there's something underneith to catch the pin.

the problem I had when reassembling.. is that the pin may not be as tight as before... I've had a pin come loose during a race.
I actually started to get them out, a hammer didnt seem to do the job. I put the end of the pin into the hole on a pinion gear, and clamped it through with vice grips. Now the pins are 50% through, I need to figure out a way to finish the job, might try the hammer again.
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Old 11-03-2003, 01:15 PM   #4235
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Fortunately this chassis shouldn't be cancelled, at least I sure as hell hope not, lol. It's coming from a new source, but I dont think anyone will have a problem ordering from them.
Is it going to be a Stevetech Special?
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Is it going to be a Stevetech Special?
No...
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Old 11-03-2003, 01:18 PM   #4237
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I actually started to get them out, a hammer didnt seem to do the job. I put the end of the pin into the hole on a pinion gear, and clamped it through with vice grips. Now the pins are 50% through, I need to figure out a way to finish the job, might try the hammer again.
randy i think you should come back to the evo3sl.
should you really need to do all of this for just a pin?
what happens when you need to take it out?
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It isn't really that much work, one of 4 pins is out, but I broke my Hudy wrench that I was using while doing that, so now it's just a little harder.
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It isn't really that much work, one of 4 pins is out, but I broke my Hudy wrench that I was using while doing that, so now it's just a little harder.
That's were the nail driver come into play... it's unbreakable.
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It isn't really that much work, one of 4 pins is out, but I broke my Hudy wrench that I was using while doing that, so now it's just a little harder.
you must of been hammering some what to brake a hudy tool.lol
what do you prefer the sd or xxx-s?
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Actually I've broken a hudy tool with those f... 414 droop screws !!! It's the price to pay for hard steel...
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That's were the nail driver come into play... it's unbreakable.
Just lining it up with the pin is a bitch! Any ideas on that?
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you must of been hammering some what to brake a hudy tool.lol
what do you prefer the sd or xxx-s?
I'll know after I run the SD...
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I'll know after I run the SD...
ok.i fought u had already!
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Actually I've broken a hudy tool with those f... 414 droop screws !!! It's the price to pay for hard steel...
lol.true.
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