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Old 04-25-2009, 10:14 PM   #1
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Default Yokomo SD-010FH anyone got an extra set??

I am looking for a set of these yokomo hardened front universal shaft sets. Anyone got an extra set they could sell??
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how about SD-010FW? they are all aluminum and blue
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Old 04-26-2009, 10:02 PM   #3
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I am looking for a set of these yokomo hardened front universal shaft sets. Anyone got an extra set they could sell??
Hi SilviaDspec,

SD-010FH has been discontinued....what we have is SD-010FC black hardened steel UJ.

Pls PM me if you are interested.

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What car are you wanting to run them in? Just curious as there are a couple diffrent lengths of these universals.
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Old 05-01-2009, 08:10 PM   #5
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Think ebay has them, wondering if it had stock cause i ordered one a year ago.

anyway wondering why they discontinued the FH, its quite reliable.
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None on ebay, everyone is out of sock, it has been discontinued by yokomo. They were very long lasting but did have a problem with the pins coming out and that is why they were discontinued. To bad, I always just put alittle solder over each end of the pin and had very few problems with the pin.
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Old 05-03-2009, 11:42 AM   #7
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Thanks for the replies.. I am running them in a rayspeed SD, I want to use it for drifting. What would be the strongest CVDs available?? I have the rear hardened SD-010RH. Would be nice to get the front to match
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why not use Rayspeed CVD"s in your Rayspeed -SD? I have both sets brand new in package.
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Are Rayspeeds really tough? I want something that will last long. How much would you want for the set front and rear? Would it be ok to run Rayspeeds in the front and the Hardened SD-010RH in the rear?

Can I use a TA05 Spur gear with my 30t aluminum yok pinion??
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