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Old 04-26-2012, 02:55 AM   #1
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Default What is wrong with my ball diff?

When I tighten the screw on the ball diff on my HB Cyclone TC it will be loose again after running a little while or if I rotate the wheels two-three turns in each direction. Any tips for what I should look for?
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When I tighten the screw on the ball diff on my HB Cyclone TC it will be loose again after running a little while or if I rotate the wheels two-three turns in each direction. Any tips for what I should look for?
Binding thrust bearing. Wrong diameter balls, both diff and thrust.
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