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Old 06-07-2007, 05:35 PM
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Not sure if I'm posting in the correct section but i have tried searching with no luck!

Just wondering if there is meant to be 1mm slop on the front arms? The manual states that there should an o-ring (u1960), arm and washer (u2450) though the pivot pin. Should i find another washer to take up the slop?

I have a feeling is the arm moves it is going to put the car out of alignment.

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What Schumacher car are you talking about?
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sorry, im talking about the mission1

i have just upgraded to the pa titanium pivot pins...
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have the arm free but with no slop
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yeah i figured....

so I'll have to find some other shims to take up the slop or does part number u2450 come with 2 different sizes of plastic shims/washers?

Thanks for your help!
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Originally Posted by psykosonik View Post
yeah i figured....

so I'll have to find some other shims to take up the slop or does part number u2450 come with 2 different sizes of plastic shims/washers?

Thanks for your help!
If you're in a crunch and need to reduce some slop you can always use a dab of super glue, let it dry and then reassemble.

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thought about that but i prefer to do it right the first time.

I have attached an image from the manual showing where and which direction the slop is coming from.

there is a gap allowing the arm to slide forwards and backwards by about 1mm marked in red dots

i have followed the manual accordingly. using the red rubber o rings and 2mmx1/8" spacer
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Originally Posted by psykosonik View Post
thought about that but i prefer to do it right the first time.

I have attached an image from the manual showing where and which direction the slop is coming from.

there is a gap allowing the arm to slide forwards and backwards by about 1mm marked in red dots

i have followed the manual accordingly. using the red rubber o rings and 2mmx1/8" spacer
i had same problem on my R12( nitro car) i took the o ring off and replaced it with a plastic shim, end of slop
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I took out the rubber o-rings on my Mission and just used some teflon shims to make up the difference. Workes well. I run mine on a dirt oval track.
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