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Old 03-19-2005, 12:55 PM   #3091
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Old 03-19-2005, 01:51 PM   #3092
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Here is the link to the other pic...

http://www.nashrcracer.com/2005roarnats/roarnats50.htm

Forgot to mention, to find the link to nashrcracer's site, just find any of his post on that thread. He has the link to his site in his signature.
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Old 03-19-2005, 01:56 PM   #3093
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Oooo...Oooo....Oooo

I got a new question...

After looking at "roarnats 54" (the one with the diff removed), I am left to wonder....with how easy it seems to get the diff out, what the heck keeps the diff from just sliding out?

Is there like a really big C-clip on the non diff gear side or something?

Anyone who has seen the car, feel free to explain...

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Old 03-19-2005, 02:37 PM   #3094
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I left the car in my office at work so I can't take a pic, otherwise I would.

The diff housing sits between the bulkheads and can be rotated to adjust the height/tension. The diff itself then slides in the housing, and then the outdrive attaches to the exposed end with a single screw, holding it into place. There is a small molded plastic retainer that anchors it in (the screw passes through it). Kinda hard to explain, but the most notable thing is you have one screw to access the diff, and that's it. Pop off the camber/steering links, pop out the CVD/LCD, and then take out that single screw and the diff comes out. In certain configurations you may need to remove the set screw on the housing as well, and rotate the diff housing to allow the pulley to come free (since it sits in the recessed area of the chassis when it's in the low position).

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Are there any signs the car being released within the next week?

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Its supposed to be some time next week. Hopefully. Where can i find a chassis protector? Like a web site or company. So i can put on the bottom of the chassis.

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I left the car in my office at work so I can't take a pic, otherwise I would.

The diff housing sits between the bulkheads and can be rotated to adjust the height/tension. The diff itself then slides in the housing, and then the outdrive attaches to the exposed end with a single screw, holding it into place. There is a small molded plastic retainer that anchors it in (the screw passes through it). Kinda hard to explain, but the most notable thing is you have one screw to access the diff, and that's it. Pop off the camber/steering links, pop out the CVD/LCD, and then take out that single screw and the diff comes out. In certain configurations you may need to remove the set screw on the housing as well, and rotate the diff housing to allow the pulley to come free (since it sits in the recessed area of the chassis when it's in the low position).

Hope that helps.
Think I got it.

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Where can i find a chassis protector? Like a web site or company. So i can put on the bottom of the chassis.

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Here you go...

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LX2553&P=7
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Default Production JRX-S Chassis

Here is a picutre of Matt Francis' JRX-S development chassis and the actual production chassis.
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Old 03-19-2005, 09:31 PM   #3103
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See, the battery compartment is "slightly bigger"...Very slightly...
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Old 03-19-2005, 10:02 PM   #3105
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looks like a 1/16th on each side.
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