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Old 07-24-2010, 08:31 PM   #1
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Default Even when you get the right part number............

it still may not work.

i got my parts as per my explosion diagram in my manual and purchased the one way bearing for my mach.26

installed and put the backplate on and noticed it didn't sit flush against the black as it did before. In addition, the motor wouldnt rotate. i looked the new bearing over, and compared to my old one and the new one is too tall for my motor.

here's a pic of them side my side (note: the new OWB is on the left)
Even when you get the right part number............-dsc01397_crop.jpg
and heres both again with the id card for the new part that doesn't fit.
Even when you get the right part number............-dsc01400_crop.jpg
looks like ill be sweet talking Losi come monday.
i hope im the only one having to deal with this problem instead of the possibility of bad bearings floating around.
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