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Old 02-20-2006, 11:23 AM   #4621
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I know but I thought it is worth a try.

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They might custom make them if he gives them the size. Diameter and length.
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Old 02-20-2006, 01:25 PM   #4622
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Ok guys , maybe i will give a try
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Old 02-23-2006, 07:35 PM   #4623
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Hi guys,

My BD is coming ! crash is the different story.... i just want to know which parts that often to look after owez..so i can buy it for spare...

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Old 02-23-2006, 07:52 PM   #4624
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My BD is coming ! crash is the different story.... i just want to know which parts that often to look after owez..so i can buy it for spare...

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Best spare is the "Wide Bumper", it will save you money on front parts. Good items for spares are:
4 deg caster blocks
0 deg offset front steering hubs
1 deg offset front steering hubs (standard)
Hinge pin set
Front suspension arms
wheel bearings
I am sure others will add anything I forgot
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My BD is coming ! crash is the different story.... i just want to know which parts that often to look after owez..so i can buy it for spare...

thanks
Have fun with your new BD, its a great car.

All I have ever broke is:

Caster blocks
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Pins in the universals
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Old 02-23-2006, 08:34 PM   #4626
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Best spare is the "Wide Bumper", it will save you money on front parts. Good items for spares are:
4 deg caster blocks
0 deg offset front steering hubs
1 deg offset front steering hubs (standard)
Hinge pin set
Front suspension arms
wheel bearings
I am sure others will add anything I forgot

Hey,

Thanks man,now i can go to H'shop n by me a spare n option parts

i did saw yok fan using that wide Bumper !! i tot it was a GP parts he threw inside his BD...Hmmm still so much i need to know bout BD

Third "Final" day : 6 Nov 2005 JMRCA Race was still playing in my mind...masami was so fast,tailing hara by inch n past hara in corner n leading by few feet away....(worth download da clip)

Anywhere thanks man 4 da superb fast reply....
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The wide bumper is absolutely the best thing you can get. If you get the Yok extra wide with the Kydex you might want to cut the kydex down just a bit smaller than the foam itself. This way the full impact isn't taken by the front part of the chassis, definite ouch when hitting full wooden boards. Let the foam do the job. Or the other brands are just as good.
You'll find the Yok to be quite a durable car.
I've been driving it for a while now, I've only broken
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a few bent rear pivot balls, darn !!!!walls why are they there!!!!
bent a few hinge pins (not one after the Yok wide bumper)

That is it.
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At pops request, I've created an editable version of the BD seup sheet, you can get it here:

http://www.gearchart.com/index.cfm?f...tsblank&type=1
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Thanks olhipster1 4 da info...i hop my H'shop got da stock 4 da wide bumper....

Hey Harsguy ! Nice setup sheet man...good job...i've download n try it click n print hmmmm..very interesting


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At pops request, I've created an editable version of the BD seup sheet, you can get it here:

http://www.gearchart.com/index.cfm?f...tsblank&type=1
Very Cool, thanks Harsh!
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At pops request, I've created an editable version of the BD seup sheet, you can get it here:

http://www.gearchart.com/index.cfm?f...tsblank&type=1
Yea thats awesome. I see you cannot wirte in the track though.... Did you miss that by mistake, or on purpose or am I doing something wrong?
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I also can't write in the track, hub carrier or shims under rear camber link. Also mine won't unselect 2* rear toe-block, so when I press 2.5 2 is still there Anyway who are we to complain, we can just right it in! Good job Harshguy
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Yokomo BD anyone?

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...ME:L:LCA:UK:31

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I also can't write in the track, hub carrier or shims under rear camber link. Also mine won't unselect 2* rear toe-block, so when I press 2.5 2 is still there Anyway who are we to complain, we can just right it in! Good job Harshguy

I can fix all that, I guess I didn't realize "Circuit" was track, Ithought that was just the title for all that group of stuff.

Where does "carrier or shims under rear camber link" go?

And where does "won't unselect 2* rear toe-block" happen?
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