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Old 04-13-2003, 07:13 AM   #1
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Default Help building my TRF414M WCR

I have just bought a Tamiya TRF414M World Champion Replica and I am going to build it in a few days. I have noticed in the instructions that it says no threadlock is required. Is it still a good idea to use some? Also can anyone help me with any other building tips?
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You don't need any thread lock on the car. I ran mine for a few weeks and nothing came loose. Just take you time like any car and it will go together just fine.
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Yah. its a good idea to follow the instrutions first then if you have problems you can fix them on you own.
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go to this link...not sure if it helps but it's "asembly advice"...hope this helps
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