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Old 06-11-2010, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by M-Technic View Post
Not in stock (Ampdraw and Speedtech are also sold out).
try rcmarket
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Anyone running foam tires with this chassis?
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If anyone is interested in a 416x and spares here you go:http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...6x-spares.html
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If anyone is interested in a 416x and spares here you go:http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...6x-spares.html
Sorry to see you over it so fast Alan. Finish school and stay out of trouble and RC will always be here for ya! Keep in touch kid!
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So the TOP axle pin holders are a direct fit on the 416. Basically, rather than use a setscrew to hold the cross pin in a CVD, this sleeve slides over it and holds everything together. It eliminates issues with pins coming loose, or setscrews backing out, stripping, etc. The only thing you have to be mindful of is that they increase the diameter of the axle ever so slightly, so you want to be careful none of the screws from your ball studs (or coming through the bottom of the steering block) are too long.

In addition to the reduced maintenance, they seem to free up the CVD's in the front a bit as well.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...der-Titanium-4
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Does anyone have the part numbers for the Tamiya blue titanium turnbuckles for the front and rear camber links? Are they the same length too? Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by Apex View Post
Does anyone have the part numbers for the Tamiya blue titanium turnbuckles for the front and rear camber links? Are they the same length too? Thanks in advance.
TRF titanium ones are:

42118 for the camber links (32mm)
42120 for the steering links (42mm)

42122 is the wrench for these.
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Originally Posted by syndr0me View Post
So the TOP axle pin holders are a direct fit on the 416. Basically, rather than use a setscrew to hold the cross pin in a CVD, this sleeve slides over it and holds everything together. It eliminates issues with pins coming loose, or setscrews backing out, stripping, etc. The only thing you have to be mindful of is that they increase the diameter of the axle ever so slightly, so you want to be careful none of the screws from your ball studs (or coming through the bottom of the steering block) are too long.

In addition to the reduced maintenance, they seem to free up the CVD's in the front a bit as well.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...der-Titanium-4
Two thumbs up for the TOP axle pin sleeves. I've been using them since the Reedy Race with great results. Since you no longer use a setscrew, the pin is free to rotate and makes the universal operate smoother.
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Originally Posted by kentech View Post
TRF titanium ones are:

42118 for the camber links (32mm)
42120 for the steering links (42mm)

42122 is the wrench for these.
Thank you!!
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Thank you!!
These look interesting too

http://www.smokem-racing.com/Ti_TB.html
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Originally Posted by linger View Post
Two thumbs up for the TOP axle pin sleeves. I've been using them since the Reedy Race with great results. Since you no longer use a setscrew, the pin is free to rotate and makes the universal operate smoother.
How are the sleeves held in place?
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Old 06-15-2010, 05:09 AM
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Originally Posted by M-Technic View Post
How are the sleeves held in place?
TJ, Its a collar that slides over the axle right where the pin goes in. They make them in Ti, and red. Aluminum Axle Pin Collar. They fit snug and they can only slide off one way which is toward the bearing so they can't come off.
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I was also a little concerned about that, so I just put a little dab of tamiya anti wear grease on the axle before I slid the sleeve over the axle. They haven't moved yet so it works.
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Originally Posted by doriftu View Post
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



where can I buy BL10 in the pictures?

Thank you!
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Old 06-18-2010, 12:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Kiznasty View Post
where can I buy BL10 in the pictures?

Thank you!
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