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Old 01-17-2010, 12:56 AM   #1
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so i was riding my tc3 and after i did a burnout the car wouldnt move so i turned it off and when i went to spin the tires they are hard to rotate on the front and back...is it the diffs
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Old 01-17-2010, 01:06 AM   #2
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it could be the diffs but make sure the car is really clean it could also be the bearings as well but i wouldnt count on it being that it mostef could be the diffs but just make sure the car is clean first
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oh make sure nothing is binding up on it ether it could be the nuts are to tight cause i cant crank mine down like i would do.see if there is any crunching in the diffs...somthing could be bent in the diff or somthing is binding it up theres a lot that could keep a tc3 from rolling
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yea ill have to see cause when i rotate the tires it doesnt make any noise at all it just hard to move it might be that i have to clean it but i think it might be the diffs cause right when i finished doin a burnout like a dumbass it locked up
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see if the motor is turning over . could be a busted clutch shoe hanging up

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i just checked and the clutch is moving but the tires are now a little more loose after rotating them for a while.....could it be that there dirt thats clogging it up or something.....cause if the diffs where stripped the the wheels wouldnt turn,,,,i think lol
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Give it a good cleaning and let us know!
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i just used some that compressed air on it and the tires are still a bit tight i think so i might as well take it to my lhs
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