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Old 01-13-2005, 03:35 PM   #6451
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Found one on eBay...

http://search.ebay.com/51103-tamiya_...dsreturnedZ300
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Old 01-13-2005, 03:41 PM   #6452
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BTW, there was conversation about the Alex Racing Design shock shafts bieng 1mm longer than the Tamiya shafts, but they are the same length as the stock MS shafts.
If your looking for longer shock shafts, apparently the 414 teflon ones are 2mm longer. found this out after a discussion with TRF415 Boy (hey fab), he's owns two 414's (orig and an M).

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Old 01-13-2005, 04:04 PM   #6453
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If your looking for longer shock shafts, apparently the 414 teflon ones are 2mm longer. found this out after a discussion with TRF415 Boy (hey fab), he's owns two 414's (orig and an M).

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I confirm, just took the shocks outa my 414M and the shafts are about 2mm longer.
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Default help!!!!

what do you do when your lower deck screw hex gets round?
now its stuck.

i cant take my rear bulkheads off. 4 screws of them stuck.
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Old 01-13-2005, 07:03 PM   #6456
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Unfortunately, the only solution I know is to drill the heads out, and then use pliers to remove the screw from the bulkhead. I know how you feel. Done this once before on another car of mine.

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what do you do when your lower deck screw hex gets round?
now its stuck.

i cant take my rear bulkheads off. 4 screws of them stuck.
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Old 01-13-2005, 07:52 PM   #6457
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If your looking for longer shock shafts, apparently the 414 teflon ones are 2mm longer. found this out after a discussion with TRF415 Boy (hey fab), he's owns two 414's (orig and an M).

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I didnt want any longer, I just like the alex shafts, I was happy to see they were the same length honestly.
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Old 01-13-2005, 07:52 PM   #6458
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That will last you for what a week.
One will last all the way thru TCS, the other will go for a couple months.
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what do you do when your lower deck screw hex gets round?
now its stuck.

i cant take my rear bulkheads off. 4 screws of them stuck.
Just take a dremel with a cut off wheel and slot the head then use a flathead screwdriver to extract it.
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For rounded out allen hex screws;
With a Dremel And a worn down cutoff wheel,cut a slot in the head, then you can use a striaght head screw driver

Be carefull not to cut into the cassis
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Hey Tom Lane. How's life in the fast lane. I'm sure I'll see you around this season. Definitely heading to Mini's the end of this month.

Damm Randy, that's a lot TRF stuff you got their. Given me a chubby
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I've got some extra suspension blocks, you interested?
I think Im covered

The first set is goin to the machine shop tomorrow to get lowered 1mm, the second set is standard, and the 3'rd set is Evo IV 1mm higher
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I think Im covered

The first set is goin to the machine shop tomorrow to get lowered 1mm, the second set is standard, and the 3'rd set is Evo IV 1mm higher
That was what I meant. I saw that you've got a crapload of those already.
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Old 01-13-2005, 09:20 PM   #6465
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haha, you got it, they are the only ones with this stuff in stock. I've had really good luck with them too, great customer service I gotta say.
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