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Old 07-07-2005, 10:48 AM   #6481
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What's with the Avatar J. In Off-Road mode?
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Old 07-07-2005, 01:03 PM   #6482
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I think I've read somewhere in this thread that the PK brackets won't work with 28mm foams. I run 26mm foams currently and was wondering if the brackets would work with these. Also, do you guys just run the brackets on only the front arms or rear,too? Thanks
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Old 07-07-2005, 02:10 PM   #6483
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AHHAAH!Actually, I was an off road dude first, and usually, foremost. But I always use that as an excuse when I blow out in on road; then when I run DO run off road, I always use on road as an excuseto blow out! LOL
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Old 07-07-2005, 02:10 PM   #6484
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Air...
Brackets front and rear...

RB, JF, Ray, anyone...
Can one of you guys pm or post a Club race carpet set up?

Thanks,
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Old 07-07-2005, 02:20 PM   #6485
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AHHAAH!Actually, I was an off road dude first, and usually, foremost. But I always use that as an excuse when I blow out in on road; then when I run DO run off road, I always use on road as an excuseto blow out! LOL
SOUNDS GOOD TO ME. IF ONLY THESE DAMN ON-ROAD TRACKS WOULD STICK AROUND

I STARTED GETTING MY OFF-ROAD CRAP OUT AGAIN, IT LOOKS LIKE I'LL HAVE TIME NOW.
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Old 07-07-2005, 02:25 PM   #6486
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AHHAAH!Actually, I was an off road dude first, and usually, foremost. But I always use that as an excuse when I blow out in on road; then when I run DO run off road, I always use on road as an excuseto blow out! LOL
I can vouch to this theory. I'll never forget when I saw you at B&B Billiards, pondering over your B3 while having a smoke and a cold one. I thought, man this dude must be out to lunch on the track...I was however sadly mistaken....lol

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...not a flaw, really, but one of the screw holes in the chassis for the motor mount bulkhead doesn't have the countersink beveling in the underside of the hole. Has anyone else had this problem? What size countersink bit do I need if I have to drill it out myself?
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HEY-Can we get back to just talking about cars on foam tires and carpet-lol EricF-working on it for ya!!
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Well, at least J fixed the B3 issue he had......haha

rockheadsguy, Dremel makes a good countersink bit for their rotary tool. The carbon may make it dull after a few times, but it will work very well if you use a screw to test for flush after each pass........Jim
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Air...
Brackets front and rear...

RB, JF, Ray, anyone...
Can one of you guys pm or post a Club race carpet set up?

Thanks,
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Here is a good setup that I have been working on. http://www.parmapse.com/JRX.jpg

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HEY-Can we get back to just talking about cars on foam tires and carpet-lol EricF-working on it for ya!!
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Here is a good setup that I have been working on. http://www.parmapse.com/JRX.jpg

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Thanks, Paul, but do you have a pdf of the setup sheet, I cant get the jpg file to print so it can be read.
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Old 07-07-2005, 06:25 PM   #6493
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Alright, I might be missing something here but what does this -1 rear pivot mean? -1 deg rear pivot with 1/2 deg rear hubs? does this mean you have 1/2 deg of toe out on the rear?? Like I said maybe I'm missing something here.
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Old 07-07-2005, 06:30 PM   #6494
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Paul,
Disregaurd my previous post. I imported the jpg file into Autodesk Revit (CAD Modeling program) and it printed full size.

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