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Old 11-20-2005, 11:16 AM   #4366
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Should be in stock beginning of december, and it's the same part-no
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Old 11-20-2005, 01:18 PM   #4367
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Stegger i know this is off topic but is your name Kev and do you race with a guy called Andy who drives a Pro 4 at elsmere port?
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Old 11-21-2005, 01:01 AM   #4368
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Stegger i know this is off topic but is your name Kev and do you race with a guy called Andy who drives a Pro 4 at elsmere port?
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Old 11-21-2005, 11:52 AM   #4369
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3x8 Thrusts are still on sale at www.axiommotors.com under "Specials", sale will be ending soon.

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Old 11-21-2005, 12:00 PM   #4370
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have any of you guys had a bearing go out in there rear upright only thing left in the upright is the outside of the bearing and i cant seem to be able to get it out . Any suggestions , or do i have to get a new one
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wallstreet:

Seems like there's a little bit of a groove that will allow you to tap the race out of the hub from the back side using a flat head. If that doesn't work, you can try something like this...

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Hey Brad,

If you can't tap the race out from the other side, here is a method.... one we use to take the bearing out of a crankcase....

Since the rear hub is aluminum, the race of the bearing is steel....

Take all the setscrew, ball and nut off the hub, put it in your oven at 400 degree (don't let Tiff knows), put it in there for about 12-15 mins, since the aluminum will expand quicker then the steel, the bearing race should fall right out, if not then give it a little help by tapping it on your wooden cutting board (again, don't let Tiff knows). If you need to use too much tapping force to get it out, then put it back in the oven for a bit longer....

Key thing is it should be able to fall out very easily. If not, that means it isn't hot enough. 400 degree isn't going to hurt it either.

But if anyone else has a better idea, I'll love to hear it too.

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Old 11-21-2005, 12:07 PM   #4372
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Hey guys, if I can't backorder stuff, mind posting a message when you get some front bulkheads in stock?
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awesome thanks

ill try it now and give my results
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have any of you guys had a bearing go out in there rear upright only thing left in the upright is the outside of the bearing and i cant seem to be able to get it out . Any suggestions , or do i have to get a new one

Also if you have the Corally tool kit. One of the nut drivers ( I can't remember which one) is the same size as the outer race. Just push it in and twist and pull it will come out!
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i heated it up and it didnt fall out so i put the corally 5.5 nut driver in there and it came right out


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Helo guys,

Do you guys now whats the biggest spur that fit on the RDX in 48 pitch?
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Old 11-22-2005, 11:15 AM   #4377
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i heated it up and it didnt fall out so i put the corally 5.5 nut driver in there and it came right out


thanks

Glad I could help and that you got the outer race out!
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Hi all can you direct me to a photo of Mr. Tosolini's car. Want to try and copy his paint scheme. Thanks!
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Try this.
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