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Old 07-17-2008, 01:16 PM   #16
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ok, i think i found the problem, my left front axel where the dog bone pin goes through the hole is all ripped up if this makes sense. when i turn the car the pin hits the top inside of the hub carrier.
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ok, i think i found the problem, my left front axel where the dog bone pin goes through the hole is all ripped up if this makes sense. when i turn the car the pin hits the top inside of the hub carrier.
If it causes any binding or slop, that will def contribute to the issue.
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Old 07-17-2008, 04:43 PM   #18
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ok, i think i found the problem, my left front axel where the dog bone pin goes through the hole is all ripped up if this makes sense. when i turn the car the pin hits the top inside of the hub carrier.
Yup, that'd do it, & while you're at it, go ahead & check all the universals...
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Yup, that'd do it, & while you're at it, go ahead & check all the universals...
i will be going to the track tomorrow to buy some new ones and practice with the new motor so thanks for all the help guys
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that was what happened to me with my mi3
Last race meeting with 008 I had no such a problem...
I've ordered new servo anyway but did you checked shocks Once one of my shock piston was off in the body!
Change the worn bearings
Check the servo horn screw
Check the Servo post screws
I know Its really annoying when you can't trust your car nothing works on Track
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