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Old 06-20-2009, 01:26 PM
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Has anyone ever made or have a link to a bearing chart where all of the work is done. It would seem much easier if the manufacture would list not only the size but what size goes where and the quantity on one page.

Example: Losi 8 2.0

Wheel bearings 8x14x4 Total count to replace all = 8
Differential bearings bla bla bla
Clutch bearings
and so on
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Your Kit instructions will tell you
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Have a look on www.avid.com. I believe there are lists that call out bearing sizes by car. FYI, there are only 4 8x14x4 wheel bearings on the 8ight, the inner bearings are different, much larger diameter.
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Have a look on www.avid.com. I believe there are lists that call out bearing sizes by car. FYI, there are only 4 8x14x4 wheel bearings on the 8ight, the inner bearings are different, much larger diameter.

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Boca Bearing lists what bearings come in their kits. Here is the 8ight 2.0:
http://www.bocabearings.com/main1.as...40&n=*57-170GS
Click on the highlighted part number to see what size they are. These green seals are a great bearing that can last you a whole season with little or no maintaince.
They have $1 dollar bearings also:
http://www.bocabearings.com/main1.as...3839&n=*57-170
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Originally Posted by Jaz240 View Post
wrong link
You're right, it's www.avidrc.com, sorry about that..
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Originally Posted by Jaz240 View Post
Your Kit instructions will tell you
Really? The only kit that comes with instructions is the X-Ray cause its the best buggy around.
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Originally Posted by dishsoap View Post
Really? The only kit that comes with instructions is the X-Ray cause its the best buggy around.
REMEMBER THAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

All Kidding aside, your Roller (for lazy, newbies who can't/wont build their own buggy) still comes with instructions on how to build it, just go through it and write down all the bearings
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