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Old 04-13-2011, 02:51 PM
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I resorted to taking a picture of this puppy for everyone to see.

I am holding the pen shaped handle and the diff ring is on the underside of the aluminum disk on the sanding disk.

A rubber o-ring keeps you on the plexiglas plate.

Colored sanding disks with different grits (800/1200/1600/2000?) are shown. Discs are exactly the same size as a CD/DVD.

I can scan and forward the Japanese instructions to anyone that can read them...LOL

A trick piece of ingenuity.

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That is really slick...I want one of those!
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Old 04-13-2011, 02:54 PM
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Wow how did you find that? Also where can it be ordered? That site looks more informational than sales.
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Originally Posted by Still Bill View Post
I resorted to taking a picture of this puppy for everyone to see.

I am holding the pen shaped handle and the diff ring is on the underside of the aluminum disk on the sanding disk.

A rubber o-ring keeps you on the plexiglas plate.

Colored sanding disks with different grits (800/1200/1600/2000?) are shown. Discs are exactly the same size as a CD/DVD.

I can scan and forward the Japanese instructions to anyone that can read them...LOL

A trick piece of ingenuity.

Bill
Looks like the one that Team Hotboddies had at the KO grand prix two years ago.
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Tim- I borrowed Hiro's & I was hooked!!! So I had to get one for myself
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Originally Posted by InspGadgt View Post
Wow how did you find that? Also where can it be ordered? That site looks more informational than sales.
Well, people do call me the walking RC encyclopedia . Available in all japanese shops (or can be ordered). I have 1 and works very very well.
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Old 04-13-2011, 06:59 PM
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Originally Posted by trerc View Post
I've always used a piece of glass and my female outdrive. I use 400 to cut rings that are really bad (like associated) and clean them up with 600 once flat. I never go any higher than 600 because it makes them too slick IMO. My diffs are smooth and last a long time.

Agreed. Closer to what I have been doing...

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Originally Posted by Buckaroo View Post
This is how I do it, too, but 600/800. The simple tool always works!

No slip, and goes a long way between rebuilds, and silky smooth after a first run break in. Also, I use ceramic diff and thrust balls in the TCs, ceramic balls and slapmaster thrust bearings in the pan cars. I've also found that with the proper lube, less is more!
Outstanding. And now I am experimenting with CRC's new 16 ball (3/32") in my WGT and 1/12th scale cars with a Slapmaster Thrust Bearing of course...Shameless mention of Brian Bodine's handywork...LOL
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Contact Brian at Slapmaster Tools if you plan on using the narrower 16 ball spur gear with a Slapmaster in any pan cars because you may need a tad longer delrin sleeve to go with the smaller 3/32" balls in this spur. Brian is da man!

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Originally Posted by InspGadgt View Post
Wow how did you find that? Also where can it be ordered? That site looks more informational than sales.
You are closer to Japan than I am...LOL
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Well, people do call me the walking RC encyclopedia . Available in all japanese shops (or can be ordered). I have 1 and works very very well.
How to order? I have one and don't even know what to call it...!

This is from DJGonzo69

Bill this is where I got my sander...
http://www.pro-s-futaba.co.jp/store/...ort=20a&page=2

Scroll all the way down.
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sold out!!!!

Someone figure out how to get these. Lets form a group buy. If we can't do this, I'll have to steal Bill's when he's not looking.
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Originally Posted by Still Bill View Post
How to order? I have one and don't even know what to call it...!

This is from DJGonzo69

Bill this is where I got my sander...
http://www.pro-s-futaba.co.jp/store/...ort=20a&page=2

Scroll all the way down.
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Eh duh. You show the right page and still can't figure it out? Thats the QTEQ parts page wich is the manufacturer. Down on the page U see 320, 600 and 1000 (finest) grit papers and on the following page U see a combo pack of the 3. Sold out means sold out in Japanese and buy means buy in Japanese. Pro shop futaba have a very good service and you can allways email them for products that aren't mentioned on their site.
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You are closer to Japan than I am...LOL
Closer but still a world apart...I wish I still had ties with the Japan wholesaler I used to buy from for my site.
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Well if someone is putting together an order let me know and what the cost is...I will probably participate depending on how expensive it is.
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