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Old 07-26-2008, 07:25 AM   #1
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Default St-RR rear carriers

i have been having trouble with my rear carriers. they develop a lot of slop in the bearings. basicly the plastic is deformed and the bearing moves around. im considering going to aluminum. they last for a couple race weekends. just wondering if any one else has the same problem, or maybe i have something setup wrong? my buggy doesnt do this. maybe because the tires ore so much bigger there is that much more pressure on the carriers? any help on this would be appreciated. just want to make sure i'm not doing something wrong. other wise the truck is perfect! never breaks and fast as heck!
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Old 07-26-2008, 11:14 AM   #2
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Mine has alot of slop too especially on the left rear. probably because my track is pretty much harsh into the right corners. seems to be a phenomenon on this kit. But I'll still use the plastic carriers as it cost much lesser to change it than to own a aluminium ones. They are heavier too.
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