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Old 02-04-2003, 06:13 PM
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bbntc3 you will probably end up breaking the screw before
you bend the shock tower.
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Old 02-04-2003, 06:29 PM
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sweet

didnt think it would be crappy
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Old 02-04-2003, 08:17 PM
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For some reason I find that hard to believe! I'd go ahead and pay the extra dollars for the Lifetime replacement option that RD has, You'll need it! BB

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Sorry for the late posts, I'm trying to get ready for the WinterNats... I think if your only gonna use on half of the diff cases, you'd be better off using the BOTTOM half....the long bolts that fix the problem with the shock towers goes all the way through the top half of the diff case, and screws into the bottom 1/2....Besides this is added weight that should(is) be looked at as strengthening weight.. when I get my sets I'm using both.
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Well...will this set help on car handling? is it going to be ligher than stock?? any one run the car wth the whole set on it yet?? I like to get one myself!! looks really cool!!

I mean...how is it going to effect the car setup and handeling??
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Old 02-04-2003, 11:25 PM
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the diff case when used as a set should give you a
more rigid suspension. the way ae desinged the car
the whole suspension component is connected to
the diff case. as for weight it will weigh a little more
if you are serios about racing just use the diff cases
as it will secure the towers enough to the point that
the only distortion in the suspension would be within
the shock arms. any way if you use the AE hard anodized
or the new rd logics hard anodized chasis you will
feel the car always run more consistent tweak wise
with the aluminum diffs. I don't recomend using the
optional aluminum screws use the sleele screws to attache
the diff cases and to secure the shock tower weather you
decide to use the stock or aluminum tower.
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jwf_frani:

Do you work for RD Logics? If so, when ording the Nitro TC3 Die Casting Aluminum Set, there is not an chance to add the free replacement option. Is this not availible with this set, or has the websight not been updated yet? Thanks.
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Old 02-05-2003, 10:32 AM
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striker i only drive for them and I don't have
too much details on the replacment guaranties
or pricing except for what I see the local
dealers sell it for in socal
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where can i see some pics of these rd parts ?

thanks, Dean
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go to page 76 ntc3nut has an attachment
with good pics.
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Originally posted by Striker
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Do you work for RD Logics? If so, when ording the Nitro TC3 Die Casting Aluminum Set, there is not an chance to add the free replacement option. Is this not availible with this set, or has the websight not been updated yet? Thanks.
The liftime warranty option will be available on site Tonight.

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Originally posted by Striker
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Do you work for RD Logics? If so, when ording the Nitro TC3 Die Casting Aluminum Set, there is not an chance to add the free replacement option. Is this not availible with this set, or has the websight not been updated yet? Thanks.
Replacement option plan is availble now. It only cost $10 more, you can have lifetime replacement option.

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Now that's what I call customer service....
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rd logic shop owner I ordered 2 sets of ntc3 die cast alumnium set and I wanted to ad the lifetime replacement that is now availible two days later
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Wow great deal, I might look into this since i'm thinking about replacing my chassis, is the chassis covered under the replacement? since its part of the die-cast set.
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