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Old 01-06-2004, 12:58 PM   #5776
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Is there a trick to getting the diffs out without taking the whole front end apart?
I just pop off one ball cup on a caster block, and undo the 2 screws on the diff case, and it'll slide right out.
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Old 01-06-2004, 12:59 PM   #5777
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put a dab of shoe goo in the pin to hold it place.
Now that's what I'm talkin about
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Now that's what I'm talkin about
Amen!!! been there, done that.....
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Old 01-06-2004, 01:21 PM   #5779
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Amen!!! been there, done that.....
I gotta get some shoe goo today, I'm gonna shoe goo my electronics in for the carpet race... Wonder how hard it'll be to get them out..
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Old 01-06-2004, 01:22 PM   #5780
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You'll usually have to pry the electronics out to get them off when using shoegoo.
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Old 01-06-2004, 01:25 PM   #5781
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I gotta get some shoe goo today, I'm gonna shoe goo my electronics in for the carpet race... Wonder how hard it'll be to get them out..
Let's just say that i glued all my electronics in my Micro RS4 including the servo......and it hasn't come out yet....even when i try...... but i'd imagine you could use a small razor to cut them out...just don't put it underneath the electronics, you wanna run a bead around the edges. it holds great and gives you a chance of cutting it out later.
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Old 01-06-2004, 01:32 PM   #5782
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I assumed you guys knew about shoo goo.
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Old 01-06-2004, 01:40 PM   #5783
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Hmm, I figured underneath would be a bit stronger and cleaner, but it's basically impossible to get off that way?
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Shoe goo = contact adhesive = evostick

right?
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The screw I found was made by Hobbico. I was in Idaho at Hobbytown USA when I found it. Just bring the broken one down with you. I found them by matching up the length and threads. Found some 3mm screws up to 3mm x 20 for some other screws for my Yok.
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Well I was told my tire truer went out last monday, but turns out it went out friday. Bought it so I could have it for the Stockton race, but now it's getting here on the 9th... I'll already be in Stockton
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Well I was told my tire truer went out last monday, but turns out it went out friday. Bought it so I could have it for the Stockton race, but now it's getting here on the 9th... I'll already be in Stockton
Someone at the track should have one... I'll bring my portable
cobra trackside truer... I'll have have to rig something up for sedan hex... 10-12scale..no problem
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Well I was told my tire truer went out last monday, but turns out it went out friday. Bought it so I could have it for the Stockton race, but now it's getting here on the 9th... I'll already be in Stockton
Don't worry about it. There will be plenty of guys that will be able to true them for you.
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I know Jason is bringing his, but it just sucks that I pretty much ordered it for this race, and they lagged on getting it out to me... Now I really wont have too much use for it except the gas car racing, which propably wont be too often.
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I know Jason is bringing his, but it just sucks that I pretty much ordered it for this race, and they lagged on getting it out to me... Now I really wont have too much use for it except the gas car racing, which propably wont be too often.
just send it back and get a refund.
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