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Old 12-26-2014, 07:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Red Sand View Post
Okay, 2.5 million fluid - would petroleum jelly ruin anything?
STOP!!! 2.5M is way thicker than petroleum jelly, but that's not the whole story. The way the fluid reacts under pressure, how "sticky" it is, etc, all matter as much as viscosity. Use a silicone fluid designed for the purpose, or you'll be cleaning a heck of a mess from the gearbox, motor, axles, off the track surface...

I'm working on a "home brew" steering solution...
I look forward to seeing this. I improvised something recently, as I misplaced the tiny washer Tamiya sent out as a revision for the steering. I made a tiny ring of 0.5mm solder and squashed it into place. Perfect!

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