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Old 04-18-2004, 07:11 PM   #466
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Happy Birthday. Todd.

im come from Thailand.
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Old 04-18-2004, 10:30 PM   #470
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XXX-SBill-My bearing supplier is a secret ....j/k. I use the Trinity ones.

To all-Thanks!! Can't believe I am 30
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XXX-SBill-My bearing supplier is a secret ....j/k. I use the Trinity ones.

To all-Thanks!! Can't believe I am 30
Trinity has ceramic bearings? Oh, I found them at the TeamTrinity website. Are all the balls in these bearings ceramic? Or, do they alternate ceramic and steel?

Get over the age thing. I was racing formula cars in SCCA and never thought I would make it either. And here we are...he, he...R/C cars are certainly friendlier to our bods.
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Hey Todd, you gonna make it to the last Silver Cup RC Heat Race in Norco next Sunday?
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yes part number TRIRC6102. I am using them in mine.
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XXX-SBill-My bearing supplier is a secret ....j/k. I use the Trinity ones.

To all-Thanks!! Can't believe I am 30
man you're old.....do you need help crossing the street????? See you at the Reedy race.
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Todd,

Hey at least you don't play pro football. At our age, we'd be suffereing from knee surgeries and who knows what else. Although the money wouldn't be bad...
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jkerr-No...RCX this weekend.

STLNST-LOL...that was a good one....my walking cane should help me just fine.

wcoyote-I would just a be field goal kicker....make my $300,000 a year and just chill.
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Or you would get mashed by some 300lb guy rushing to drop you.
The quicker way to chill.
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jkerr-No...RCX this weekend.

STLNST-LOL...that was a good one....my walking cane should help me just fine.

wcoyote-I would just a be field goal kicker....make my $300,000 a year and just chill.
would your walking stick be a Losi or a Trinity one....LOL
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You could always go with a Losi stick and a Trinity ball on top. Or vice versa. Enough of the old jokes My wife will get mad at me since she is older than me. The old, " if your old what am I?," thing. I do have an Aging Greysfully shirt though, if anyone wants it.

How do you like the Losi shock tool, Todd?
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Hi Todd, I've asked this question on several different forums and keep getting different answers. I run a xxx-s on a mid size road course with a fairly tight infield. How should I gear the car when I'm running a Monster Stock (just bought one, haven't used it yet)? I'm thinking about starting around 3.7:1. I know you don't typically run stock, but any input you could give me would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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