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Old 08-06-2010, 09:25 AM   #1
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Default Sc10 dogbone help

ok so my dogbone on my sc10 keeps falling out. its the one on the right the one on the left is ok it works fine.I got the o-rings on both sides but it still keeps popping out can you plz help me asap. I got a race tommorow and i really want to race.
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try putting 2 shock o-rings in the diff outdrives and 1 in the axles (6 total)...
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Then pick up some CVD's and fix it for good.
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