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Old 10-12-2003, 11:09 PM
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I would like to know if it is better to keep the suspension table whitout any loose tight but to keep it freee or should we put a little loose ?
what suspension table?
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Old 10-13-2003, 09:10 AM
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what is the part number for the steel outdrives for the xxxs?

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hey guys,
on the belt tensioner, when the belt goes around the white "ring", does it again come in contact with the pulley on the spur. I wondering if something is binding, because i just broke a belt, and it feels tight, or is it just that my motor is good, and it's a new belt.
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Old 10-13-2003, 03:02 PM
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unbolt your motor and see if it spins well.
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Originally posted by eklips
what is the part number for the steel outdrives for the xxxs?

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The part numbers Im not sure of but they are "XX" parts. I believe that Todd Hodge posted the part numbers on his thread on Tech Talk a wile back. Take a look or just look for steel outdrives for the XX...on like Losi's site or Stomer hobbies or some place like that. If I find the numbers I will post them for you.
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Old 10-13-2003, 03:17 PM
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it does, the motor is like new, the magnets are very strong too. I woner if it is just sopposed to be like that, i can't remember what it was like before, hehe.
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no, not the motor, i meant see if the car'a drive train spins well.
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Default Steel out drives

A-3072 Differential Tube (all except LRM & XXX-NT) $2.25
A-3073 Outdrive Cup (Steel) (all except LRM & XXX-NT) $7.00

These are the two parts that you need.... I believe that you need to order two of the out drive cups as there is only one a package.
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Default Re: Steel out drives

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A-3072 Differential Tube (all except LRM & XXX-NT) $2.25
A-3073 Outdrive Cup (Steel) (all except LRM & XXX-NT) $7.00

These are the two parts that you need.... I believe that you need to order two of the out drive cups as there is only one a package.
I've seen pics of steel outdrives for the 1 way, any idea what those are?
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I mean arms sorry
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I mean arms sorry
huh?
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I think with that 1-way you need to use TC3 CVD's bones as well. Im not 100% sure but I think thats the case.
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