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Old 09-19-2012, 11:21 AM   #16
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Sweet! Thanks guys!
\I've managed to pick up about three cars worth of spare parts now except..I have another question to revive a old thread. The "Blades" or the inserts where the CVD's go into the diff out drives.. none of the three RDX's I purchased had those, I found one in the spare parts pile.. are they really necessary? Would the steel ones be better or the plastic? I have honestly never seen these before so don't really know what the purpose is.

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Sweet! Thanks guys!
\I've managed to pick up about three cars worth of spare parts now except..I have another question to revive a old thread. The "Blades" or the inserts where the CVD's go into the diff out drives.. none of the three RDX's I purchased had those, I found one in the spare parts pile.. are they really necessary? Would the steel ones be better or the plastic? I have honestly never seen these before so don't really know what the purpose is.

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Use them or else you will ruin your outdrives. You can use the plastic ones for the T.O.P. Photon, just sand down the sides alittle. Steel ones last forever as long as you have the means to press the pin in and out.
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Use them or else you will ruin your outdrives. You can use the plastic ones for the T.O.P. Photon, just sand down the sides alittle. Steel ones last forever as long as you have the means to press the pin in and out.
Oh wow, ok. I ordered the steel ones today.. didn't know I needed to press the pin in/out though! found em on Ebay, ordered 8 of them.. That cost a bit of coin lol. So What would I need to press them in/out? and please don't say a hydraulic press or you'll make me cry lol.
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Oh wow, ok. I ordered the steel ones today.. didn't know I needed to press the pin in/out though! found em on Ebay, ordered 8 of them.. That cost a bit of coin lol. So What would I need to press them in/out? and please don't say a hydraulic press or you'll make me cry lol.
Mine were done for me, I'm sure you can rig up something in a bench press. Some of my dogbones had set screws in the end of them
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A buddy has a half ton Arbor press, hope that will work.. not sure how I'll push them out however.. Damn that's silly.. Maybe I can put it almost all the way out and then slip it in the blade and push it back in... Ugh, I shoulda bought a new kit lol.
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A buddy has a half ton Arbor press, hope that will work.. not sure how I'll push them out however.. Damn that's silly.. Maybe I can put it almost all the way out and then slip it in the blade and push it back in... Ugh, I shoulda bought a new kit lol.
Or u can step up to Phi 09'. Got one with abunch of upgrades, straight arms, alum goodies
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