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Old 09-13-2007, 04:38 PM   #1
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i heard that some m11's have a problem with centering, just asking if anybody is familiar with this problem, or if it is a hoax. anybody that can share their thought, please let me know
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ive been using the m11 for quite a long time already. no problems so far. and most of the racers in our place uses it also without any problems.

this would be a good choice if you are wanting it. hehe
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Nick- This happened to Josh Stough, and I just had a similar problem. I just took off the wheel and cleaned and oiled the bearing in there, and I read that people turn them really hard to fix it, that's what I did and now it's centering again.
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check this out...

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=181064
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I`v seen the radio`s steering wheel get push in and cause the wheel to bind up and thus not center ..


If your radio is binding, just pull on the steering wheel for a quick fix..

I do not recommend a Transmitter bag for storage, rather suggest to use the box the radio came with for the best protection ....
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yeh if its the wheel not centreing yank it happen to me probably what it is
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