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Old 12-10-2013, 05:14 PM
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Did anyone have a problem with the a arm assemble of this truggy? If so how did you get the piece to screw onto the little turnbuckle?


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It will thread on the opposite way. Just grab both pieces firmly and turn the small piece to the left, like you are trying to loosen it.
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It will thread on the opposite way. Just grab both pieces firmly and turn the small piece to the left, like you are trying to loosen it.
thanks man, I really appreciate that.. Guess I was trying to hard...

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No worries we've all been there. That crome rod is called a Turnbuckle. It has reverse threads on one end and that square nut in the middle is the adjuster nut. If you turn that nut one way it will make the link smaller (pulling the 2 plastic pieces together) if you turn it the other way it will make the rod longer (pushes the 2 plastic pieces further apart). That is how you will adjust your cars front camber settings. If you are not racing just make sure both lengths are the same on each side.
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No worries we've all been there. That crome rod is called a Turnbuckle. It has reverse threads on one end and that square nut in the middle is the adjuster nut. If you turn that nut one way it will make the link smaller (pulling the 2 plastic pieces together) if you turn it the other way it will make the rod longer (pushes the 2 plastic pieces further apart). That is how you will adjust your cars front camber settings. If you are not racing just make sure both lengths are the same on each side.
I see now, got it back together, looking good.. always liked r/c cars just never really got into them, that was until my brother pulled out his old Lunch Box that he had from way back in the day. Now I'm all in lol, Thanks again, Now I know who to check out when I run into a snag...
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