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Thread: Center CVD HELP

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    Post Center CVD HELP

    I just got my emaxx. I wanted to access my Transmission, but I cant take my center CVD's or Dogbones(Im not sure which ones they are) off. The only way i tried is by opening the whole differentials. They look like this:




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    There is a 2mm pin screw that holds that CVD drive cup onto the short out put shaft of the transmission.

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    Rotate the shafts until you see the hex head and use an allen wrentch to take em off.
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    If you have loosened both drive cups, pushed them apart and still can't get them out you'll have to take the 4 screws out holding the chassis to the bulkheads, and the skid plate screws onto the chassis brace+steering belcrank
    Last edited by trax de max; 03-02-2012 at 11:15 AM.
    Problems.The manual's good starting point. Simple

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    Can someone please make a video on how to remove them. That would be nice, so I can actually drive my Emaxx for the first time.

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    I unscrewed both the small screws from each side and it still isnt coming out.
    Last edited by ControlledWithRemote; 03-03-2012 at 09:33 AM.

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    Did you read the directions in the link I posted?
    Quote Originally Posted by ControlledWithRemote View Post
    I unscrewed both the small screws from each side and it still isnt coming out.

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    I had to take the screws out of the transmission to give a little bit of play. It gave me just enough room to get the end over the transmission output shaft. Just did it yesterday. Then remount the tranny.

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    If you've got the screws that hold them in out, they should just slide right off.
    If they don't, they may be rusted. Try prying them with a screwdriver, but don't blame me if you break something!

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