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Old 11-25-2005, 12:01 PM   #4726
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Hi,

you can try

www.onroadracing.com

Rich has been keeping everything updated and has links to al the sites.
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Old 11-25-2005, 07:34 PM   #4727
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What is the cheapest place online to buy X-ray replacement parts??
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You can try kthobbies.com They offer fast shipping and great prices. (When you can find Xray parts )
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Old 11-25-2005, 10:16 PM   #4729
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Got mine cleaned up.
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Old 11-25-2005, 11:28 PM   #4730
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Old 11-25-2005, 11:29 PM   #4731
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How did it go at Hobbychamber tonite, I had to work
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anyone know if the alum rear hubs are the same as the composite ones. I wonder if that could be why my wheels rub the screw when using a 3mm shim.
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Does anyone know if the one-way front diff from the FK 04 version will fit in the FK 05 car?
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That is one good looking body...........and so...."CARBON FIBER" too....good job.
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dont fit
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Does anyone know if the one-way front diff from the FK 04 version will fit in the FK 05 car?
The one way bearings are backwards. If you could pop the old bearings out of the 04 oneway and re-install them the opposite way it would work. I haven't tried to get he bearings out, so I'm not sure if it is possible.
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anyone know if the alum rear hubs are the same as the composite ones. I wonder if that could be why my wheels rub the screw when using a 3mm shim.

They are the same size. On a 05 about the thickest shim you can run is a 2.0mm but the 1.5mm is safer depending on who's rims you use. If you are looking at some of the team set-up sheets and you see 3.0mm it's because a lot of the team guys use the full ball cup from the EVO-2 and they have a built in 2.0mm(apx) before adding a shim.
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Unfortunatley parts have been a little hard to come by. However we did get a small shipment in of arms and caster blocks and some other stuff. We should have the website updated tomorrow sometime.

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One way from the 4 works on the 5 if you cut a pully down and use the core as a shim, just need 2mm longer bolts and away ya go.

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I know I have said this before, but here it goes again.....

HEY RC AMERICA!!! GET SOME PARTS IN I AM TIRED OF NOT HAVING PARTS FOR MY CAR. And no I don't want to order them from some hobby store in another state. My LHS is back ordered on parts because RC America can't deliver the goods. GET YOUR SHIZNITCH TOGETHER!!! I need parts.


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