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Old 05-06-2004, 03:54 PM   #16
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the Durability of yoke are good .
but there are few thing you have to look out for.
tweak chassis, and weak arms. i broke the 2 front
a-arms and shock tower last weeken when i clip
the side walk on the street.
so keep your a-arm stocks up.

or like me. try to become a better driver and avoid the crash when showing off your toys.
well if u clip a sidewalk u usally break
the yokomos are really good cars the only problem is they upgrade there cars way to much by them time u build the car and set it up right yokomo will already have a new kit
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Old 05-06-2004, 05:34 PM   #17
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well technically it is just one pin, then you take out the rear diff and slide the rear input shaft out the back
Take out the shaft and the pin for the shaft cup (1) and then loosen the set screw that holds the spur gear hub from moving, then push the input shaft back and the pin (2) that holds the spur gear hub should fall out.
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