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Old 04-13-2011, 02:51 PM   #31
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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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Wow how did you find that? Also where can it be ordered? That site looks more informational than sales.
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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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Looks like the one that Team Hotboddies had at the KO grand prix two years ago.
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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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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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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!
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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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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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