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Old 08-21-2011, 09:36 PM   #1
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Hello there, i have a Tamiya 415 with a one way in the front and rather than going to a spool right away id like to see if there is a temporary way to lock a one way diff. If anyone has some input id love to hear it. Thanks
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why not use a heavy duty tape.
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Lol. I tried it and it lasted alright for a while but kept coming undone. Anyone else have some fun ideas to try? Id get a spool but i dont have a lot of money for On Road racing
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Id get a spool but i dont have a lot of money for On Road racing
Shouldn't have got a Tamiya! lol
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