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Old 06-16-2005, 03:12 PM   #6046
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Trays are available for sale. I picked mine up yesterday at my LHS. They ordered 5 in once we got the part number and we got all five. They are just as light if not lighter then the plastic one, incase you are worried about weight. The GP 37's fit great now and this is on my chassis that I never dremmeled the rear slot!! Anyone got the dimensions for the BK bars? I want to make a set for myself and can't find that info. Yes I know I could search, but I admit, I'm lazy!!
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Old 06-16-2005, 03:24 PM   #6047
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When setting up the steering on the JRXS-is it best to make sure the servo horn is vertical-or that the swing plate is centered perfectly? Or both?

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Both Ray Ray. With the swing plate centered the link to the servo horn should put the horn at exact vertical...
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Thanks POOKYT I really appreciate it!! Now, just hope I don't F this piece of CF up while tryin to make them!!!
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Old 06-16-2005, 04:06 PM   #6049
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has anyone found a solution to the rear toe in issue?
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has anyone found a solution to the rear toe in issue?
You need new 0 degree rear hubs. Some of the kits apparently came with mismarked left 1 degree hubs. Contact Horizon or send Hodge an email and they will send you some out. Trust me on this, it is the hubs!!
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I'm going to be sealing the chassis on my JRX-S fairly soon and saw on Losi's site that they used a superglue accelerator, Zip Kicker, along with the CA glue. Do I really need this accelerator. Thanks in advance for your help!
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I'm going to be sealing the chassis on my JRX-S fairly soon and saw on Losi's site that they used a superglue accelerator, Zip Kicker, along with the CA glue. Do I really need this accelerator. Thanks in advance for your help!
Not really, although fast drying glue does help.

You don't have to take their way as the only way. After sanding and cleaning the chassis, I just soak a Q-Tip with glue and run it along the edge of the chassis. Works like a charm, and it dries almost instantly.

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Old 06-16-2005, 06:47 PM   #6053
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I'm going to be sealing the chassis on my JRX-S fairly soon and saw on Losi's site that they used a superglue accelerator, Zip Kicker, along with the CA glue. Do I really need this accelerator. Thanks in advance for your help!
I did a full rounded edge using emery paper strips on my JRX-S plate and used Losi CA all around the chassis' edge following Todd Hodge's instructions for applying it. Todd's method of holding the plate vertically on its edge and applying the next drop of CA about 1/2" above where the last drop stopped flowing is dead on. Was so nice I didn't sand it at all after applying the CA. Took 30 minutes to sand and 10 minutes to CA...I'm slow.

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has anyone found a solution to the rear toe in issue?

Email me at [email protected] if you are having problems.
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Old 06-16-2005, 08:21 PM   #6055
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Bill and cartmen34,
Thank you so much for your input. I may still have some more questions later about my JRX-S, so if you guys could help, it would be great. It's so nice to have helpful guys around that know what they are talking about. Thanks again!
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Hey gang, for a limited time we have the PRS Spur Gear Adapters with 130 tooth 64 pitch spurs. These are limited to the stock on hand. We also sell just the adapters in both silver and red. They are listed under the JRXS Car Parts.

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Bill and cartmen34,
Thank you so much for your input. I may still have some more questions later about my JRX-S, so if you guys could help, it would be great. It's so nice to have helpful guys around that know what they are talking about. Thanks again!
Airbear,

All I am doing is passing on information that has been recently provided by Todd Hodge, Matt Francis, Raymond Darroch, Steve Weiss, Josh Newman, Billy Easton, Ron Rossetti and Gil Losi Jr. They be the brain trust of Team Losi!

Probably never gonna race against you anyway...he, he...

Also watch the knowledgeable posts of other JRX-Sers....James Nyugen and POOKYT (we lost Randy Caster to the Dark Side). Hope I didn't forget someone...but probably did.

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Art Dude, LOL, I figure if you can't beat the guys who sleep with thier cars, who figure this bracket stuff out and .020 washer on the ballstud out, at least run the same set up and still be able to have a regular job or three, hahahaha.

Of course the same guys say one body is best, but the top three at reedy where all different bodies. It's all fun.................F'n A Jackson!......Jim
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