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Old 11-19-2004, 09:06 AM   #421
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It worked so good... I went ahead and ordered all of the drivers they make!!!
Really? They're fairly cheap in price atleast. I personally like HUDY drivers, but they don't make a .035" so I had to settle for the Wiha. Do you happen to know any set screws that are used in the RC hobby that are .028"?? That's tiny!
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Old 11-19-2004, 09:49 AM   #422
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I never heard of the .035"... yet alone the .028"!!! I got the nut drivers too... I had to alter them... I had to drill out the inside of them to clear the ball stud... but other then that they fit good and they're very small profile to fit anywhere.
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I agree, they are small profile. I think they're used mostly with electricians.
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Old 11-19-2004, 12:23 PM   #424
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Wayne:

Hi,

.035 screws were used in the six gear transmission on the plastic mid gears. .028 was used on a Parma car in the late 70's... can't seem to remmember where.....something to do with the front end.

getting ready for Cleveland... never had so much to do in so little time.....I guess that's what I get for switching sedans just before.
I'll look you up at the race. at least I'll be able to see the B.M.I. L4 be fore we get ours. we are planning on getting there Tuesday night (helping with the track). then hoping I can get some things done on the car before practice starts.

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Hi,

You're right. they use those small screws at work all the time on my new line.

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Old 11-20-2004, 07:25 PM   #425
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SO ....... is the car ready yet???

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Old 11-20-2004, 08:17 PM   #426
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Development is.... Just waiting on Jason now...
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This wait is killing me....

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The servo is mounted with shoe-goo....
does shoe-goo come off the chassis cleanly? as wel as off the servo?
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Hi everyone:

I talked to Jason about the B.M.I. 1/12yh sale car. it will be out between Cleveland and the "birds". he still has a large backorder of sedan chassis do get caught up on. and is waiting on graphite again. (they sent the wrong stuff this time), I'll post more after I talk to Jason today.

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Bummer....

I was hoping he'd have a couple in Cleveland so I could bring home a souvenir
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oh well.... means I'll have to spend some time working on my Hyperdrive to make it faster.

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The wait could be till February? WTH? Why does sedan get priority over 12th scale?
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The wait could be till February? WTH? Why does sedan get priority over 12th scale?
If that's the case, my carpet season would be more than half over, no point of switching to a new car and start all over again at that time.

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Ok guys I just rang Jason. They are in the process of beefing up the rear pod plates and making sure everything is perfect. He also said he's having problems with the rear ride height adjusters from one set to the next(ones perfect and the next set is too tight). Stuff is still being sent up to wayne for testing and perfecting(hurry up wayne!). According to Jason we won't be waiting 2 months for the kit.
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Don't put so much pressure on me!!
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