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Old 09-20-2005, 09:46 AM   #7816
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Hey guys,

I need some bearing sizes really quick. Yes _ I searched for them already and my manuals at home!! I need the sizes of the outdrive bearings and layshaft bearings. No part numbers required. I am going to buy some ceramics and give-em a try!!

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Old 09-20-2005, 09:49 AM   #7817
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????????????????????You need part numbers, or you don't??????????
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Old 09-20-2005, 09:52 AM   #7818
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????????????????????You need part numbers, or you don't??????????
Ahhh-rushing around-see what it gets me !!
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Old 09-20-2005, 10:08 AM   #7819
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If you use the "B" position on the rear hubs, you'll need the plastic rod ends from the sway-bar to maintian clearance from the wheel rim.
You can or you will need to cut/shave the tops off of the standard ball cup for clearance.

Also depending on the amount of arm travel you will also need to trim some material off of the bottom side of the ball cup or the top side of the carrier ('a' position) to keep them from making contact.

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Old 09-20-2005, 10:29 AM   #7820
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ray is confused yet again.....
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Old 09-20-2005, 11:06 AM   #7821
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Hey guys,

I need some bearing sizes really quick. Yes _ I searched for them already and my manuals at home!! I need the sizes of the outdrive bearings and layshaft bearings. No part numbers required. I am going to buy some ceramics and give-em a try!!

Ray

OK-I got the sizes!!!

The big ones are 1/2x3/4

The layshaft are 4x8, but are they flanged? Its been so long since I built the car-I dont remember.
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Old 09-20-2005, 11:14 AM   #7822
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Anyone knows why the JRXS isn't so popular in Europe?
At the last Euros only one driver ran the JRXS (Hubert Honigl) and some previous JRXS drivers switched to RDX and other cars.
Any problem with the car?
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Old 09-20-2005, 11:16 AM   #7823
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Anyone knows why the JRXS isn't so popular in Europe?
At the last Euros only one driver ran the JRXS (Hubert Honigl) and some previous JRXS drivers switched to RDX and other cars.
Any problem with the car?
Maybe becuase the car is American.
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I think it's just a sposorship problem, since the car is great even on european tracks.....
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Maybe becuase the car is American.
It's one of the reasons, most cars here are european or japanese (Xray, Corally, yokomo)....
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I don't think it's a sponsorship problem, many racers started running the car in England and in Germany and then they switched.
I was told that they could,'t have the same laptimes as with a RDX or a FK05 with the JRXS in Euro kind of tracks.
Don't know whym the car looks very easy to tune.
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It's one of the reasons, most cars here are european or japanese (Xray, Corally, yokomo)....
Don't think so, Associated id very popular and it is American.
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Old 09-20-2005, 11:27 AM   #7828
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Don't think so, Associated id very popular and it is American.
I know, but it's not so popular anymore like in the past.

The TC3 was one of the most popular cars some years ago, the tc4 is not....
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Old 09-20-2005, 01:02 PM   #7829
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Fastfreddy74, how is going the JRXS over there in Italy?
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I don't think it's a sponsorship problem, many racers started running the car in England and in Germany and then they switched.
I was told that they could,'t have the same laptimes as with a RDX or a FK05 with the JRXS in Euro kind of tracks.
Don't know whym the car looks very easy to tune.
The vibe I get is that the car is great on smooth tracks but on our rough UK tracks its not so good.I haven't tried mine yet although its now track ready. Maybe the short arms make it skip the bumps
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