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Old 02-06-2009, 01:08 PM
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Originally Posted by doriftu View Post
Hi Rommel,
any plans to do the protectoer for 416 WE chassis?

Thanks
We have TRF416WE Lower deck !
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Old 02-06-2009, 03:01 PM
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Thats a negative, they've moved the batteries for WE
Thanks for the correction. I guess I will have to make one for the WE soon
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Yes I am every other Sunday, and next Sunday at Hobby Town in San Marcos
Killer, when I started racing HobbyTown San Marcos was my first track. I've been down to DHW's track once, want to come again in the near future.
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Old 02-06-2009, 04:14 PM
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Killer, when I started racing HobbyTown San Marcos was my first track. I've been down to DHW's track once, want to come again in the near future.
Sweet! Frank runs a good program, I have'nt missed a race since July. When my real car is running right I'm headed to Bending Corners.
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Do you have the 416 or the 416 worlds?
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Originally Posted by doriftu View Post
hi guys,
i need help on the WE spool

The screws on the pulley attached to the direct holder was loosen. I am having difficulty removing the direct coupling (BL10) to get to the screws. Any suggestions?

In the step7 of the manual, it was stated to remove the end of BL9 (which obviously I didnt). If so, how would this hold the direct coupling (BL10) in place?

Thanks in advance
I am referring to this step.

1)What does the instruction meant by 'remove' for derlin direct cup (BL9)?

2)I want to disassemble the spool and having difficulty removing the aluminum coupling (BL10) to start with.

Any help is much appreciated. thanks

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To disassemble the spool, you just need to pinch the end of the outdrive (BL9) with pliers and slip the aluminum sleeve (BL10) off the end.
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Originally Posted by Randy Caster View Post
To disassemble the spool, you just need to pinch the end of the outdrive (BL9) with pliers and slip the aluminum sleeve (BL10) off the end.
Thanks for the response Randy.

I am damaging the plastic outdrives (BL) and scratching the aluminum sleeve (BL10) with the pliers and not getting any results.

will try harder then...
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Do you have the 416 or the 416 worlds?
I have the 416 World Edition, This thing is nice
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Originally Posted by doriftu View Post
Thanks for the response Randy.

I am damaging the plastic outdrives (BL) and scratching the aluminum sleeve (BL10) with the pliers and not getting any results.

will try harder then...
It's tough, but just keep at it and I'm sure you can get them off.
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Originally Posted by bigkoitat View Post
I have the 416 World Edition, This thing is nice
Well I have a setup posted on teamtrf.com for BCR, it's for the original 416 but should transfer fine to the new car if you end up going there.
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Originally Posted by doriftu View Post
I am damaging the plastic outdrives (BL) and scratching the aluminum sleeve (BL10) with the pliers and not getting any results.

will try harder then...
I use a same size bearing to compress the plastic outdrives then I push the alloy sleeve with bearing the same time using a long nose pliers or body scissors. I find this method works best for me.

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Can anyone tell me the difference between these two shock kits http://cgi.ebay.com/42102-TAMIYA-TRF...A1%7C294%3A200


http://cgi.ebay.com/Tamiya-53571-TRF...A1%7C294%3A200
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Originally Posted by doriftu View Post
Thanks for the response Randy.

I am damaging the plastic outdrives (BL) and scratching the aluminum sleeve (BL10) with the pliers and not getting any results.

will try harder then...
Another option is to take you pliars, place them between the spool pulley and the bearing, and then lever against the bearing. With the bearing resting against the outdrive cover, should pop the cover off.

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Originally Posted by doriftu View Post
Thanks for the response Randy.

I am damaging the plastic outdrives (BL) and scratching the aluminum sleeve (BL10) with the pliers and not getting any results.

will try harder then...
Hold the spool on a 45 Degree angle.
Press down (on a hard surface) to one side of the delrin drive output piece while holding (and pressing down on) the aluminum ring.
Once the "Half" has pressed past the lip, It comes right off.
No harm... No Foul !
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