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Old 06-04-2008, 12:35 PM   #1141
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well, there is still time left between now and vegas for places to get restocked
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Old 06-04-2008, 01:31 PM   #1142
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New design upper deck !
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does anyone know the size of the bearings for the alum. rear hub for the 007??? it is a different bearing not the same that goes in the plastic hubs
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does anyone know the size of the bearings for the alum. rear hub for the 007??? it is a different bearing not the same that goes in the plastic hubs
Bearings are the same, all of them, from the '007 and '008. The wheel bearing size is 5x10x4mm.
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Old 06-08-2008, 12:28 PM   #1146
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does anyone know the size of the bearings for the alum. rear hub for the 007??? it is a different bearing not the same that goes in the plastic hubs
The bearing for the aluminum hubs are: 5x9x3
Part number: # 940509
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Old 06-08-2008, 12:40 PM   #1147
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The bearing for the aluminum hubs are: 5x9x3
Part number: # 940509

Right, sorry, I failed to read the Alum part, but I use Team Tamale Rear hubs which use standard 5x10x4 bearings instead of the 5x9x3 for the Xray hubs.
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The bearing for the aluminum hubs are: 5x9x3
Part number: # 940509
thanks turd
cuffs says sup, how is the stratus, did you sell it yet???
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cuffs says sup, how is the stratus, did you sell it yet???
can you post a pic of it?
Still have it. Broke a strut the other day (defective part) and that popped one of the air bags for the suspension. Fixing that now and selling it asap. I'll get a pic up in the next day or two. I'll make you a good deal

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Old 06-09-2008, 10:10 AM   #1150
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hello there, has anybody here tried fitting a smc 5000 lipo battery on their 008??? will it fit without putting any shims on the bulkeads??? thanks in advance...
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hello there, has anybody here tried fitting a smc 5000 lipo battery on their 008??? will it fit without putting any shims on the bulkeads??? thanks in advance...
It will not fit under the top deck. Most people are running it parallel with the rear bulkheads. So the pack actually hangs over the side of the chassis a bit. The 4000 will fit under the deck.
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It will not fit under the top deck. Most people are running it parallel with the rear bulkheads. So the pack actually hangs over the side of the chassis a bit. The 4000 will fit under the deck.
If you guys feel the need for a 5000mah cap lipo that will fit under the topdeck on the 008 try going to www.demonpowerproducts.co.uk as he has stock of his own batt that will fit.
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Old 06-09-2008, 04:50 PM   #1153
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well, there is still time left between now and vegas for places to get restocked
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hello there, has anybody here tried fitting a smc 5000 lipo battery on their 008??? will it fit without putting any shims on the bulkeads??? thanks in advance...
It wont fit but I still run it because I have tested many different lipos and feel this one by far has the most power. So I hang it off the chassis and add the lead to balance it to the inside and have had good luck with that!
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Old 06-09-2008, 05:59 PM   #1155
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hello there, has anybody here tried fitting a smc 5000 lipo battery on their 008??? will it fit without putting any shims on the bulkeads??? thanks in advance...
You can also add 1.5mm shims to the top of the bulk head and it will not affect performance. I used the silver shims that come with the kit for the Hinge pin mounts. The front ones will have to have one side flattened out a bit so the dont hit the shock tower mounts. The rears are just big enough that they catch the layshaft mounts perfect. Then the lipo will fit perfect.

For foam tires this may not work as it may or may not add extra flex. just from bench testing and feeling the chassis with and without spacers I can not tell a difference. Cant tell a difference on the track either. Rubber tire asphalt.

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