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Old 01-20-2009, 08:53 AM   #1
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I am getting alot of wear on my pins in the outdrives. Who makes the replacement pins for them. What size are the pins?
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Old 01-20-2009, 12:07 PM   #2
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Are you talking about the ones that hold the wheel hexs on if so thats part number OFN36055 or you lokking for the diff pins OFN40010. the sizes are 2.5x13.8mm on the diff pins and 2.5x17mm on the hexs. Hope that helps.
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Are you talking about the ones that hold the wheel hexs on if so thats part number OFN36055 or you lokking for the diff pins OFN40010. the sizes are 2.5x13.8mm on the diff pins and 2.5x17mm on the hexs. Hope that helps.
no, I am talking about the pins that are attached to the front and rear drive lines and the drive lines for each hub. The pins that sit in the outdrives and turn everything. It is pretty spendy to buy all new drive train parts.
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I'm sorry about that. You meant the pin that goes thur the bone its self. That is a good question I have seen people replace them and have seen the tools but never the size of them.
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I have 10 or more races on my X2 and have not noticed accelerated wear on the pins, I had a clearance issue with OS and GRP engines hitting the rear drive line, I will take a close look at them Friday, But I bet the pins from the Hyper 8.5 are the same size...Just a hunch.
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This is what your looking for.

Breaker

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Motor...motiveQ5fTools

Pins Drive bones

http://www.carolinasrc.com/Webstore/...?idproduct=501

Center Bone Pins (smaller to clear the brake dics)

http://www.carolinasrc.com/Webstore/...?idproduct=500

PS USE RED liquid Loc tite when installing the new pins....last thing you want to have happen is a pin walk right out and put you out of a race....my advice...USE IS.
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Thanks for those links.
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Are most of the pins 3mm? Mugen inparticular?
Hoby, buy the tools so I can use them. I think I have the pins.
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Are most of the pins 3mm? Mugen inparticular?
Hoby, buy the tools so I can use them. I think I have the pins.



Most CVD's are 3mm...Kyosho i recently found out is the odd ball.....at 2.6 or something strange....so if you got anything but a K car...your all good to use the mugen pins...i use them on my losi no problems.
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