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Old 11-22-2004, 11:14 AM   #766
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Nice try !
Can't blame me for trying ... for the amount I have to pay here I could buy 2 from her!
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What do you mean "Could be...", I thought you WERE coming.
If it's raining I'm not driving down to AMCC
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If it's raining I'm not driving down to AMCC
I'm trying to arrange Snow and Ice for your next visit
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Old 11-22-2004, 12:23 PM   #769
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has anyone tried both the 23 tooth pully and 24 tooth pully on the front side belt? i did and i saw the 24 tooth pully gave almost even tire wear, but i was getting slower lap times. let me know what you experiences have been?
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I'm trying to arrange Snow and Ice for your next visit
Hmm and I bet Sow will pinch all the spike tyres, too!
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Old 11-22-2004, 02:02 PM   #771
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Do the axles for the RR Evo fir the RRR diff case so you can run the spool? The part is No VZ118.

Or is there a special bit for the RRR?

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Old 11-22-2004, 02:43 PM   #772
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Do the axles for the RR Evo fir the RRR diff case so you can run the spool? The part is No VZ118.

Or is there a special bit for the RRR?

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It tells you what you need on page 37
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Old 11-22-2004, 02:53 PM   #773
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Hmm and I bet Sow will pinch all the spike tyres, too!
No, I'm making some with thumb tacks!
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Old 11-22-2004, 02:57 PM   #774
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Do the axles for the RR Evo fir the RRR diff case so you can run the spool? The part is No VZ118.

Or is there a special bit for the RRR?

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After you get those outdrives, you should have everything needed to use the front spool.
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Old 11-22-2004, 04:13 PM   #775
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But they are not the ones you want. VZ218 is the correct part. Like NiMo said its on page 37
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Old 11-22-2004, 04:37 PM   #776
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Page 37 of what? The RRR forum? it only on page 29! The RR forum or the RRR manual?

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Old 11-22-2004, 05:07 PM   #777
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Hello, I was wondering what all of you guys are doing to free up the drive train on the RRR. ive taken it apart and am now blowing out the bearings, but are there any other tricks I can do? Thanks for any info.
I run my belts on the loose side and haven't had problems at all and the drive train is free enough.

I did not blow out the bearings as that greatly reduce the life of bearing in my opinion. I only do that for electric car.
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Page 37 of what? The RRR forum? it only on page 29! The RR forum or the RRR manual?

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They mean Page 37 of the Instruction Manual. I was wrong about the part number, it's VZ218 like stated before. I don't think there should be any problem using VZ118 because I threw that plastic diff locking contraption in my FW-05R diff with no problem.
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Hey Jeff this is Francis, I finally picked up a triple rrr. hopefully
parts will be available soon. so i can get up to pace with the
rest of you guys.
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Hey Jeff this is Francis, I finally picked up a triple rrr. hopefully
parts will be available soon. so i can get up to pace with the
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Uh oh, here comes the fast guys!!!!
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