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    ok here it is the Wife went off on me last nite when i asked her if the dishwasher was empty she told me it was so i gathered up all the parts that are going to be reused on my Slash and went to town she FREAKED OUT your not putting that thing in my dishwasher i told her it would be ok if not she can go and get pick out a new one well i rinsed most of the dirt off and stuck in dishwasher man the parts look like they where just made best use i have found for the dishwasher because everytime i want a glass i have to wash by hand so everyone your SLASH IS DISHWASHER SAFE MEDIUM and do not use the the Sanitize at the end think it might get to hot
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    LOL,First I need a dish washer
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    Wonder if I could put my summit in, minus the esc and motor? Hmmm. Should I try it?
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    Wonder if I could put my summit in, minus the esc and motor? Hmmm. Should I try it?
    Ha ha YES!! I'd take the bearings out too, and maybe the tires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfslash16 View Post
    Ha ha YES!! I'd take the bearings out too, and maybe the tires.
    I'll just take the tires off. I'm not worried about the bearings, they are probably already all seized.
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    I'm not worried about the bearings, they are probably already all seized.
    LOL...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfslash16 View Post
    LOL...
    I'm afraid the thing is gonna melt!
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    maybe it will soften the plastic so it will be like a entire rpm truck
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    I'm afraid the thing is gonna melt!
    I wonder if you can turn down the heat?? If not, try putting it on the top shelf, maybe there's less heat on top?

    maybe it will soften the plastic so it will be like a entire rpm truck
    Ha ha that would be awsome. Who would have thought you could get RPM parts for your Summit by putting it in the dishwasher!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfslash16 View Post
    I wonder if you can turn down the heat?? If not, try putting it on the top shelf, maybe there's less heat on top?
    I think you can set it on cold. I never do the dishes. Maybe I should test it on my merv first? Not worry that much is that dies. But if my summit dies, I'd hurt myself
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    Maybe I should test it on my merv first? Not worry that much is that dies. But if my summit dies, I'd hurt myself
    Ya, losing a $300 (or $200?) VS a $600 rc car is alot easier to lose!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfslash16 View Post
    Ya, losing a $300 (or $200?) VS a $600 rc car is alot easier to lose!!
    More like a 400 dollar merv. I don't think humayrayakongkinaon would be happy if I put his old merv in there. Maybe the TMaxx or revo? Certainly not putting the summit in until I know I won't melt or rust everything on it.
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    Haha! Ive done this before with my 4x4. The girlfriend still doesnt know

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    Quote Originally Posted by case182 View Post
    Haha! Ive done this before with my 4x4. The girlfriend still doesnt know
    LOL best tool in the house
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    Hahha nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skye View Post
    ok here it is the Wife went off on me last nite when i asked her if the dishwasher was empty she told me it was so i gathered up all the parts that are going to be reused on my Slash and went to town she FREAKED OUT your not putting that thing in my dishwasher i told her it would be ok if not she can go and get pick out a new one well i rinsed most of the dirt off and stuck in dishwasher man the parts look like they where just made best use i have found for the dishwasher because everytime i want a glass i have to wash by hand so everyone your SLASH IS DISHWASHER SAFE MEDIUM and do not use the the Sanitize at the end think it might get to hot
    Talk about a car wash for rcs right in your own home . Removing the electronic, motor(s), tires and bearings is a good idea. IM0 I rather not risk ruining my rcs by doing that, but it will be cool though.
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    this was done when the whole truck was torn down and the only thing in the dishwasher where all the plastic parts do you really think that we are that STUPID

    Quote Originally Posted by SouperkNight View Post
    Talk about a car wash for rcs right in your own home . Removing the electronic, motor(s), tires and bearings is a good idea. IM0 I rather not risk ruining my rcs by doing that, but it will be cool though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skye View Post
    this was done when the whole truck was torn down and the only thing in the dishwasher where all the plastic parts do you really think that we are that STUPID
    No, all I was saying removing them sounds like a good idea. I was agreeing.
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