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    Positioning when Diffs are locked?

    I tried searching, but couldnt come up with the info im looking for.

    I bought my summit used (am version) and am not 100% on how i can tell which position of the switch on the controler is locking or unlocking my front and rear diffs.

    are they locking the linkage moves toward or away from the motor?

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    well on the remote when the diff lock switch is up all the way the diffs are un-locked when you push the switch into the middle position just the front diff is locked. when you push the switch all the way down then both front and rear diff's are locked! and on the truck when you push the switch on the remote down into the middle position ,on the truck the small rod going from the servo to the front diff should turn toward's the front of the truck. when you trun the switch down to the botom position a very long rod going from the other servo to the rear of the truck should turn to the rear of the truck. hope this helps and happy trailin
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    +1 away from motor locked
    Mountains cant stop me
    they have tried

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    im currently searching, but is there a way to rewire so that the rear diff engages instead of the front?

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. jamann's Avatar
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    If you are running the am version switch the plugs on the difloc controller.in the rx box.If you are running the 2.4 switch channel 4 and 5 around on the rx
    Mountains cant stop me
    they have tried

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