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Old 04-01-2018, 10:41 AM
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Michael Meyer is has it on Facebook for sale. Harden steel and everyone seem to like it.
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Old 04-01-2018, 09:03 PM
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Old 04-07-2018, 09:24 PM
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good job, more of that ! you jump too high for that camera !! your other videos are cool ! why do i finish all my sentence with an exclamation mark ??!
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Old 04-07-2018, 09:25 PM
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Super sounding offroad machine. I'm wondering if that distinctive noise is only from 4 cell amperage. Content of project is also helpful for steering in the right direction.
4s isn't he sweet spot on this truck, standing back flips, speed, not toouch power to handle.
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Old 04-07-2018, 09:26 PM
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Old 04-08-2018, 01:12 AM
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Originally Posted by Floundern45 View Post
didn't you already post this vid ?

why not post this one ; https://youtu.be/U4Q5TUrSujk
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Originally Posted by werner sline View Post
didn't you already post this vid ?

why not post this one ; https://youtu.be/U4Q5TUrSujk
Ha your right lol thanks.
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This made me smile this morning
My aluminum servo saver arm sold for $73
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This made me smile this morning
My aluminum servo saver arm sold for $73
Dang, about to pull mine off and sell it lol.
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Proline is going to release them soon. Get it up on eBay now!...before Proline releases! I bet they will be under $20 once Proline has them available.
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I got started on the RTR aka Ready To Rebuild process today to get some of the kinks out of this truck. To start off with I had to shim up all of the A-Arms, they had a lot of play in them. Next was the steering it was really stiff , I had to first remove the steer knuckles because three of the four pillow balls were binding up on the threads in the bottom of the holes, to fix that I took one of the pillow balls and clamped it in my drill and then inserted the pillow ball into the holes that where giving me trouble and then running the drill at full speed for a few seconds to wear down the plastic inside the holes. Next I put some tinfoil shims around the base of the drag link screws to help eliminate the play between the bearings and the screws, I then had to shim the tops of the servo saver in-order to eliminate the up and down movement. I also moved the lower shock mounts to the outer mounting holes to stop some binding the captured ball ends on the steering turn buckles were causing. The last thing I did was put a spring in the input cup of the rear diff in-order to push the rear center drive shaft foreword. That's all for now
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I hit a log last time out and broke the servosaver, I think the skate park just finished it off, luckily it’s not a expensive fix

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My 4x4 sold on eBay yesterday....good riddens to a very poorly designed , falsely advertised truck. I had more breakages on this truck in about a dozen runs than I’ve had on all 3 of my Teknos in hundreds of runs.
“EXTREME, DURABILITY,”....my ass
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Wow and I remember on page 1-2 I said this was a glorified stampede 4x4 and I got blown out of the water for saying that lol!
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