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Old 08-17-2005, 05:22 PM   #14431
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unfortunetley i was running the lcg today and lost one of the rear spacers inbetween the to deck levels!!!!
i cant find anywhere the sells them as spares, any ideas?

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Do you mean the spacers under the suspension mounts? If so you can just use motor shims. I have used .5mm shims to lower the suspension or 2 to raise it. I saw Masami using .5mm blue ones at the Reedy Race.
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Do you mean the spacers under the suspension mounts? If so you can just use motor shims. I have used .5mm shims to lower the suspension or 2 to raise it. I saw Masami using .5mm blue ones at the Reedy Race.
He means the blue Aluminium flanged spacers. The ones that level the small top deck with the long top deck. The spur gear goes through the opening of this deck.


Also, a general question: Where can we buy replacement parts such as bulkheads, shock towers, main chassis, decks, battery trays???? Thanks
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Old 08-17-2005, 09:12 PM   #14433
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From Yokomo Japan site, new hardened universals for drift cars, wonder if they will work for BD and SD?
They will work on SD and BD, since the part number start with SD-???
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Old 08-18-2005, 01:06 AM   #14434
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He means the blue Aluminium flanged spacers. The ones that level the small top deck with the long top deck. The spur gear goes through the opening of this deck.


Also, a general question: Where can we buy replacement parts such as bulkheads, shock towers, main chassis, decks, battery trays???? Thanks
In response to your request these items are advertised on the translated page of the yokomo jp website and list the prices. As I do not know how to place in the web address, I have included the pictures with part numbers. This will also assist Mr agower.
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Old 08-18-2005, 01:07 AM   #14435
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Old 08-18-2005, 01:09 AM   #14436
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The final parts listed on the web site. Hope this helps out.

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this is the link to the page with most of the parts on it,
i dont think lots of them are out yet though.

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They will work on SD and BD, since the part number start with SD-???
I really meant if they would hold up in mod, or are they too weak for regular racing, since they are advertised for drift.
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hello,

unfortunetley i was running the lcg today and lost one of the rear spacers inbetween the to deck levels!!!!
i cant find anywhere the sells them as spares, any ideas?

thanks
Look in your assembley manual, their should be a a listing or schematic with all parts identified. You should be able to order that part number. I have ordered RC parts through Rainbowten before, they are very good plus they have tons of Yokomo parts listed too. http://www.rainbowten.co.jp/ You can try Speedtech too.
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thanks pops,

but the point is the parts im after arent actualy out yet as spares, but ive managed to make my own anyway.
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thanks pops,

but the point is the parts im after arent actualy out yet as spares, but ive managed to make my own anyway.
Had to do that a couple of times myself..
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thanks pops,

but the point is the parts im after arent actualy out yet as spares, but ive managed to make my own anyway.

I lost one of the steering rack bearings. So I'm running a bushing, spacer, washer homeade rig as of now. Or atleast until speedtech or someone will stock the lcg parts.
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Old 08-18-2005, 06:38 PM   #14443
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i posted a week or so ago about the shocks for the drift package on this car.....and i still cant figure out what is wrong....i built the shocks exactly as the directions show and the car will stay up but when i push down the shocks dont return back up...and after i pull it back up they fall right back down....ive heard other people saying they have had no problems with the kit ....any suggestions or help is greatly appreciated
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post a pic of your front and rear suspension
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When you first built the shocks, did they have rebound, were they 'dead' or did the piston and shaft suck up into the body? -JB
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