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Old 02-25-2010, 05:34 PM   #9001
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SOLD all my spares. car is still available for all you dudes. $200 gets it, shipped, paypaled.

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hey guys theres play in my center shaft area


the spur gear and two center pullleys will move either left or right.

i was wondering if u guys also had this problem and if there was a solution to it

any suggestions?

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Old 02-26-2010, 09:06 AM   #9003
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If I am reading it right, you need to add shims on the layshaft between the pulleys and bearings to take up the play side to side.
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If I am reading it right, you need to add shims on the layshaft between the pulleys and bearings to take up the play side to side.
yup

but idk what shims to get from yokomo theres a lot to choose from
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you can get away with using the same shims that you would to space out hinge pins.

check ur parts box.
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you can get away with using the same shims that you would to space out hinge pins.

check ur parts box.
the blue shims?
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the blue shims?
no no, those will be too wide. something like .5mm or .25mm thick.
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no no, those will be too wide. something like .5mm or .25mm thick.
ok thanks i guess ill just buy those

I have three choices:

http://www.driftspeed.com/index.php?...oducts_id=1444

http://www.driftspeed.com/index.php?...oducts_id=1443

http://www.driftspeed.com/index.php?...oducts_id=1445
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Kriiis,
None of those are the right size. The layshaft is 4mm. It uses 2 thick plastic washers and a aluminum collar. I don't have any yokomo part numbers for these.
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It doesn't have to be genuine yokomo spacers. Anything that will fit, will work
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Old 02-27-2010, 05:42 PM   #9011
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hey guys theres play in my center shaft area


the spur gear and two center pullleys will move either left or right.

i was wondering if u guys also had this problem and if there was a solution to it

any suggestions?

thanks
This will get you the collar you need, 95% of your play will be gone, then a couple thin shims of any sort will finish it up.

http://www.mslusa.com/yok-bd-644.html
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This will get you the collar you need, 95% of your play will be gone, then a couple thin shims of any sort will finish it up.

http://www.mslusa.com/yok-bd-644.html
ok can i just use 2 of those collars ?

or will that be too much and take up too much space on the shaft
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ok can i just use 2 of those collars ?

or will that be too much and take up too much space on the shaft
No, one collar is all that will fit, it will take thinner shims to finish it. Have you looked at the manual? It shows what you need and how it goes together.
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No, one collar is all that will fit, it will take thinner shims to finish it. Have you looked at the manual? It shows what you need and how it goes together.
no i dont have the manual

i got this as a second hand car
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no i dont have the manual

i got this as a second hand car
http://www.yokomousa.com/manuals/mrtc-bd_exploded.pdf
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