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    Help bulkhead replacement

    Well I just put my truck back together and as I was about to put my wheels back on and there is a little plastic piece that I must have missed. How nessary is this little clip thingy I really don't want to take it all apart again.

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    Might be a part of the 3.3 Revo...
    Would you go flip my truck back over??

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    I hope so it looks like some sort of clip. Oh well it took me about an hour to put that truck back together again not to bad for the first time I think that if I were to take it apart again I can get it back together in thirty hahaha

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    Yep it is.............
    I am trying to find the thread that was just on this Q&A......
    Would you go flip my truck back over??

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    Oh thanks man what a relief I mean I'm glad it went well I feel like I know my truck a little bit better now. But definatly don't wanna do it again of I don't have to. Thanks again

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    Oh thanks man what a relief I mean I'm glad it went well I feel like I know my truck a little bit better now. But definatly don't wanna do it again of I don't have to. Thanks again

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    lol i did the same thing!! and the funny thing is when i did it on my nitro truck, i didnt take the one off the chassis to swap it with... and when i was done and everything was all together i was all worried about it till i flipped through the exploded view. i saw the clips that hold it in sticking out of the top of the chassis and knew i still had one in there. life was good.

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    yeah, the diff supports are moulded in on the Erevo chassis.
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    I just replaced my front bulkhead, and noticed a piece leftover that I didn't put in.
    I didn't see this come out when disassembled the old one, but just noticed it on the table (of course after everything is put together.

    Can someone tell me where this goes - I can't tell from the diagram.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kubbie View Post
    I just replaced my front bulkhead, and noticed a piece leftover that I didn't put in.
    I didn't see this come out when disassembled the old one, but just noticed it on the table (of course after everything is put together.

    Can someone tell me where this goes - I can't tell from the diagram.


    That piece is only used on the nitro Revo - not the E-Revo. You can safely throw it away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clinical View Post
    That piece is only used on the nitro Revo - not the E-Revo. You can safely throw it away.
    Awesome - thank you!

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