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Old 10-26-2005, 10:39 PM
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Old 10-27-2005, 12:56 AM
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Yea, looks as though all you will need to do is turn the whole layshaft around if you have done it exactly to the manual with the one-way pulley driving (or not as it would be the incorrect way around) the rear diff.
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Old 10-27-2005, 06:35 AM
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Blimey, that was jammy. Just checked my car and it is all ready as pic B shows! Must have got wrong (or right!?) when building the car.
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Old 10-27-2005, 08:28 AM
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HPI Japan just released steel dog bones and the longwaited spool:
61043 front steel universal drive shaft HD steel
61044 rear steel universal drive shaft HD steel
61045 front rigid axle set




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Old 10-27-2005, 08:53 AM
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Where can i get the hard steel dogbones ?
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Originally Posted by rc-zombies
HPI Japan just released steel dog bones and the longwaited spool:
61043 front steel universal drive shaft
61044 rear steel universal drive shaft
61045 front rigid axle set



What is the difference between the front and rear drive shaft.?
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Old 10-27-2005, 08:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Hollowman
Where can i get the hard steel dogbones ?
soon as I find out who has them..I'll let everyone know...right now..I don't think it's made it to the stores yet.
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Old 10-27-2005, 09:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Hugo
What is the difference between the front and rear drive shaft.?
according to the Japan website... they are both front and rear specific...
I'm thinking the front is slightly more thicker than the rear. they are both identical lengths - 44mm. so I don't why we can't use the rear in the front or the front in the rears...as long everything is the same....
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Originally Posted by Hollowman
Where can i get the hard steel dogbones ?
you can use this Tamiya 42mm steel dogbones & use TB EVO 1 option oneway cup !
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Old 10-27-2005, 09:26 AM
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Originally Posted by rc-zombies
HPI Japan just released steel dog bones and the longwaited spool:
61043 front steel universal drive shaft
61044 rear steel universal drive shaft
61045 front rigid axle set




Hi Zombies,

Just noticed that the drive shaft is not steel...thanks to point this out

I used to use steel drive shaft for my Pro4 and is in black color, so thought that is the same material.

Is the Pro4 drive shaft same as the one you mentioned?
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Originally Posted by HKRCMODEL
you can use this Tamiya 42mm steel dogbones & use TB EVO 1 option oneway cup !
I ordered some from you last week along with the Tamiya axles...but they are out of stock..
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Originally Posted by BerNardLee
Hi Zombies,

Just noticed that the drive shaft is not steel...thanks to point this out

I used to use steel drive shaft for my Pro4 and is in black color, so thought that is the same material.

Is the Pro4 drive shaft same as the one you mentioned?
These new drive shafts are Steel...

I have the Pro4 drive shafts...and they do not fit...2-3mm too long. I've to fit it already...
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Originally Posted by rc-zombies
I ordered some from you last week along with the Tamiya axles...but they are out of stock..
yes because HK many people change this & cheaper !
so we all sold out !
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Originally Posted by HKRCMODEL
yes because HK many people change this & cheaper !
so we all sold out !
please let us know when you get the new HB drive axles and spool in..
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Originally Posted by HKRCMODEL
yes because HK many people change this & cheaper !
so we all sold out !
Another example of RC Model taking customers money and not sending them product. Just look at the RC model thread, it is really sad the way they treat their customers.
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