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Old 03-02-2006, 05:02 PM   #61
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Jeff Cuffs has been traded to Corally USA....for $25.00 and a driver to be named later.....details at 11:00.
Butter i heard they gave him up for two first rounders a retired tire truer an three novak digi peaks

the two first rounders willo be drafted from the LUCKY LEXAN WISH WE HAD CARPET INSTEAD OF ASPHALT LEAUGE
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Didn't he switch back to Corally after the first practice round at snowbirds or something???
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Didn't he switch back to Corally after the first practice round at snowbirds or something???
No he showed up wearing a Corally shirt and never ran the Xray at the Snowbirds. But after the 13th broken arm of the week I think he was having 2nd thoughts

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RC America will be rollin in a greyhound at all the races from now on. Gotta make room for the team!
Thats no joke...lol! There is no better way to guarantee wins than sponsoring every single fast Stock, 19T and Mod guy in North America.
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Old 03-02-2006, 09:23 PM   #65
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Thats no joke...lol! There is no better way to guarantee wins than sponsoring every single fast Stock, 19T and Mod guy in North America.
Once one company starts it you have to either keep up or fill the lower mains up!!

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No he showed up wearing a Corally shirt and never ran the Xray at the Snowbirds. But after the 13th broken arm of the week I think he was having 2nd thoughts

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Corally needs to bring on the new more durable arms before the Carpet Nats in two weeks. Pretty pleeze...
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Corally needs to bring on the new more durable arms before the Carpet Nats in two weeks. Pretty pleeze...
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Old 03-02-2006, 09:57 PM   #68
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Corally needs to bring on the new more durable arms before the Carpet Nats in two weeks. Pretty pleeze...
Im sure they will have them soon....But its too late to have them for the nats for Stock class....But would be ok in Mod and 19 turn.

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Old 03-02-2006, 10:32 PM   #69
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No he showed up wearing a Corally shirt and never ran the Xray at the Snowbirds. But after the 13th broken arm of the week I think he was having 2nd thoughts

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I didn't break one. Actually, i've never broke one. I have cracked them before. I think its better to do that then to bend something that can't be seen.
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I love this thread.

Cause for us no pro's its like driving by an accident, you dont want to look, but you have to.
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Great post Nicky!
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I didn't break one. Actually, i've never broke one. I have cracked them before. I think its better to do that then to bend something that can't be seen.
Yes very true....Its very hard to find stuff that's bent if you cant see it.

Yea I heard about your 4 cracked arms...LOL...That was a pretty good story!!

See ya in a few weeks. AND STAY AWAY FROM MY ROOM!!! LMAO

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Forget about broadcasting the racing at the Nats. Just point the camera at these guys so we all know the truth...
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Yes very true....Its very hard to find stuff that's bent if you cant see it.

Yea I heard about your 4 cracked arms...LOL...That was a pretty good story!!

See ya in a few weeks.

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And what arms are being used that only crack? Mine (75, 50 and plastic types) have always completely shattered from even minor shunts. Always at the rear of the car because the Specialized bumper does a good job of protecting the front end.
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Old 03-02-2006, 11:27 PM   #75
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And what arms are being used that only crack? Mine (75, 50 and plastic types) have always completely shattered from even minor shunts. Always at the rear of the car because the Specialized bumper does a good job of protecting the front end.
I am not Dayger but I think he has just been running the stock arms in 50 and 75% arms and maybe the plastic on occasions. I broke a ton of arms as well when I ran the car but the reason (besides hitting stuff) was I ran extra washers on the diff bolts and didnt space the front arms out enough from the bulkhead so as soon as you touch something the arm compresses and the drive shaft hits the diff bolt so the arm is the weakest part and breaks.

The only time I broke rear ones was when I was running the narrow rear hexes and didnt have the axle cut down enough. It stuck out past the wheel and as soon as you got near a board the axle would grab on a board and break.

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