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Old 10-28-2005, 08:11 PM   #8656
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Old 10-28-2005, 08:36 PM   #8657
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So cal raceway in Hunington beach CA. has them in stock

I have yet to see a part number for the for the item thats going to be out in two weeks. If the shops don't have part #'s they can't order them.

Maybe the part # will be out in two weeks =)
I got a hold of Superior Hobbies in Fl and They had 1 left and it is on its way to Mi

I have looked on here and I haven't seen anyone talk about a set up for carpet but Maybe I missed it in the 289 pages LOL
or Maybe the arpet set up will be out in 2 weeks LOL Sorry couldn't help meself
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Old 10-28-2005, 08:41 PM   #8658
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Well you just missed the setup for foams on carpet ti is in rob phillips signature on page 288 it says paul c.
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Old 10-28-2005, 08:51 PM   #8659
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I'm sure other JRX-S owners have noticed the problem with the wobbling spur gear. Is there a fix that I can do (BESIDES THE SPUR GEAR ADAPTER) that will keep the spur gear from wobbling?
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Old 10-28-2005, 08:59 PM   #8660
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I'm sure other JRX-S owners have noticed the problem with the wobbling spur gear. Is there a fix that I can do (BESIDES THE SPUR GEAR ADAPTER) that will keep the spur gear from wobbling?
Some just wobble out of the package. You can run it as long as it is not too bad. Or.......... Get the PRS adapter and run the other gears.

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Old 10-28-2005, 10:12 PM   #8661
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Does the PRS spur gear adapter add much weight? Does anyone know the part number by any chance?
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Old 10-29-2005, 12:19 AM   #8662
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Does the PRS spur gear adapter add much weight? Does anyone know the part number by any chance?
It's really close to the stock weight, possibly a little less because the gear is machined down so much. Check the PRS link in my sig it's easy to find the adapter on their site.
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I just need the part number so I can tell my hobby shop and then they can order it for me.
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I just need the part number so I can tell my hobby shop and then they can order it for me.
Sorry, they dont list the # on their site, but you can order it directly from them, propably get it faster.
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I'm sure other JRX-S owners have noticed the problem with the wobbling spur gear. Is there a fix that I can do (BESIDES THE SPUR GEAR ADAPTER) that will keep the spur gear from wobbling?

I have that infamouse speed woble... i had added some teflon shims to compensate for the problem.

the PRS adapter is nice but i like the losi gears very cheap $$$
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Old 10-29-2005, 08:38 AM   #8666
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Anybody know whats happened to www.jrxs.net / www.jrxs.com
Doesnt appear to be online anymore!
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i don't know??? i just tried checking it 10-29-05 7:40AM PST. i will have a chat with the founder of the website.
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On the spur gear wobble

I have found that if you ease (with a file or sandpaper) the sharpe edge of the shaft before you press on the gear it will be straighter. The shaft will sometimes broach (cut on the inside hole) the gear, causing it to wobble.


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Anybody know whats happened to www.jrxs.net / www.jrxs.com
Doesnt appear to be online anymore!
I just checked it and all is well!

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I just checked it and all is well!

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