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Old 12-20-2009, 10:24 AM   #1
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Default Wheels lock up on ntc3

ive had this ntc3 since it first came out and it been running great and the other day while i was running it i was doing burnouts and then all of the sudden the wheels locked up and now they are hard to spin what can this be?
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your diff gears are shot ...
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+1 that was their main weak link with their shaft drive design. Especially as the motors got more powerfull. As soon as you get the wheels to free back up, they will have no teeth left on them. Most of the time it was the front especially if you have a one-way
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