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Old 01-01-2007, 12:51 PM   #16891
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Think they are discontinued, including the milky blue set. Just buy the normal set them spray a few thin coats of white paint. Same with the roll bars, if you can't get the black ones just spray the normal ones black. That's what i've done, but i was lucky enough to get the milky blue spring set while it was available

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Old 01-01-2007, 12:52 PM   #16892
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Think they are discontinued, including the milky blue set. Just buy the normal set them spray a few thin coats of white paint. Same with the roll bars, if you can't get the black ones just spray the normal ones black. That's what i've done, but i was lucky enough to get the milky blue spring set while it was available

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The milky blue set is still availible here in the US.

53440 is for the normal set.
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Old 01-01-2007, 01:00 PM   #16893
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Kewl thanks, I didn't necesiarly care about them beeing all white (e.g. the white set with the color coding on the end) ...I just literally need the white (xtra stiff) springs :-) ...I'll order up the other sets and yank the white springs out of them.
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Old 01-01-2007, 01:10 PM   #16894
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HarshGuy,
Just found these for you.
http://rc-mushroom.com/product_info....ducts_id=10732
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Old 01-01-2007, 01:12 PM   #16895
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Check these on E-bay aswell.
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Old 01-01-2007, 02:41 PM   #16896
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anyone know when the 415msxx is comeing out.

also the milky blue hard spring set what are the lbs of the springs

many thanks
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Old 01-01-2007, 05:56 PM   #16897
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Kewl thanks, I didn't necesiarly care about them beeing all white (e.g. the white set with the color coding on the end) ...I just literally need the white (xtra stiff) springs :-) ...I'll order up the other sets and yank the white springs out of them.
There is also an extra hard, and ultra hard spring as well.
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Old 01-01-2007, 06:04 PM   #16898
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What color is the ultra hard spring? (one after white)

The housing for the diff bearings on my MSX are developing some play, is there a remedy to this or should I just replace the bearing holders?
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What color is the ultra hard spring? (one after white)

The housing for the diff bearings on my MSX are developing some play, is there a remedy to this or should I just replace the bearing holders?
Grey spring is ultra hard,,,,,,as far as the play replace the bearings first,,,
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anyone know when the 415msxx is comeing out.

also the milky blue hard spring set what are the lbs of the springs

many thanks
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Grey spring is ultra hard,,,,,,as far as the play replace the bearings first,,,
From what I can see, the play is coming from where the bearing holder sits in the bulkhead. Not sure if its the bearing, the bearing housing, or the bulkhead thats causing the play.
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From what I can see, the play is coming from where the bearing holder sits in the bulkhead. Not sure if its the bearing, the bearing housing, or the bulkhead thats causing the play.
You saying that made me check,,I got it too,,,shimm the diff its fine,,Its probably a wear in thing,,,still dosn't explain my BQ on Saturday
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What are the best diff rings to use on the mre, I need to get some ordered.
also, does anyone else sell the drive cups other than the tamiya usa website?

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What are the best diff rings to use on the mre, I need to get some ordered.
also, does anyone else sell the drive cups other than the tamiya usa website?

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Drive cups????????
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What are the best diff rings to use on the mre, I need to get some ordered.
also, does anyone else sell the drive cups other than the tamiya usa website?

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Drive cups?? Do you mean the cups for the spool?? If so you can try speedtech / RCchamp / rainbowten .They should have them in stock...Or you could ask your LHS to order for you.
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