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    Funny.. not really, more on the cute side, unless...

    Funny.. not really, more on the cute side, unless you have different political views then it is a waste of time. That would be me. Slasher +100, on of the great things about this country is that...
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    Joined....same name.

    Joined....same name.
  3. Best thing to do is to take the check and note to...

    Best thing to do is to take the check and note to YOUR bank and speak to the Manager. This will initiate the bank to file a report and start the process of them going after them with criminal...
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    http://www.traxxas.com/support/kb_search.php?actio...

    http://www.traxxas.com/support/kb_search.php?action=artikel&cat=165&id=518

    Select the model and then on the manual page, choose the Chassis assembly view. It will show the linkages and where they...
  5. Thread: slipper?

    by DuaneGlass
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    First is the slipper (spur gear) meshed properly...

    First is the slipper (spur gear) meshed properly with the Clutch Bell? Tighten down the nut till the washers (look like this when on () ) mash and back off 1/4 turn. That should get you running if...
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    I would still pull it off and then look for a...

    I would still pull it off and then look for a in-line fuel filter. You might have some junk in the tank that is making it to the carb.

    I would do the following if it was mine.
    1. Pull the tank...
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    Based on your testing of the lines and being able...

    Based on your testing of the lines and being able to get fuel down the line when you remove it from the Carb, makes me think the carb needs to be cleaned. The nipple that the fuel line goes into...
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    The springs and the oil in the Big Bores need to...

    The springs and the oil in the Big Bores need to be changed out. The stock spings are a good change, but you can get stiffer ones. When I got my Big Bores that was the biggest change I saw was the...
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    In the voice of Billy Mays: Have your parents...

    In the voice of Billy Mays:
    Have your parents disowned you?
    Has your wife/husband left you?
    Do you kids think your a loser?
    Did they change the locks at work and only you didn't get a new key?...
  10. Right now these appear to be more for powergrid...

    Right now these appear to be more for powergrid applications or those that want to go off grid and use alt. energy sources and store the extra generated.

    I think the improvements or development...
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    Credit seems to be a newer money saving tool. I...

    Credit seems to be a newer money saving tool. I have been with Geico for about 14 years and was always thinking about switching for a lower cost. Looking around not much could beat the cost (auto...
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    Yes the pinch test is affected but not by the...

    Yes the pinch test is affected but not by the temp, but by the HSN and LSN adjustment. You will richen the HSN to get more fuel in with the denser (more) air. This may cause you to richen or lean...
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    Generally, depends on how the city names the...

    Generally, depends on how the city names the officials, Code Enforcement usually doesn't check on yard complaints, it is usually a Zoning office. Another route would be the city or state health...
  14. Thread: Work Stand

    by DuaneGlass
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    There are plans out there for something called a...

    There are plans out there for something called a Roto-Maxx stand. I can't remember off hand who came up with the plans, but I do have a copy of them on my home PC. Do a search on it and PM the...
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    2. IMO I don't think the CF chassis for a T-maxx...

    2. IMO I don't think the CF chassis for a T-maxx are worth it, with the great Aluminum ones around
    3. Servo guard, yes. Tank guard, not really needed for that use.
    4. Alum braces (assume chassis...
  16. +3 on it being a 4909, the original 3.3 T-maxx. ...

    +3 on it being a 4909, the original 3.3 T-maxx. Also that leak is probably might be at the head due to the discolorization of the to of the engine block visible, or that thing is running really rich...
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    I think for the people that are running a pretty...

    I think for the people that are running a pretty much stock setup and are just playing around and looking for some more run time this would be a good upgrade. For the ones that are modding, racing...
  18. Thread: parts swap

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    If you are going from a 2.5 to a 3.3, you have...

    If you are going from a 2.5 to a 3.3, you have two 3.3 choices. If going to the 3.3 old style, everything fits fine from chassis to chassis. If going to the new 3.3, here is a list as I see it that...
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    I work for a Fortune 500 Home Builder. Our...

    I work for a Fortune 500 Home Builder. Our regulations would not allow anyone under the age of 18 or our sub contractors to have someone on our site. We require our subs to carry a million dollar...
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    Depending on the laws of the state, that would be...

    Depending on the laws of the state, that would be a huge liability for the construction company. But a lot will depend on how reputable and regulated that local area is with building or code...
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    Study more or take some extra credits in a field...

    Study more or take some extra credits in a field of study that you think my be interesting. Get involved with study groups, also a good way to maybe met someone new.
  22. This came up on another thread really recently. ...

    This came up on another thread really recently. I think the solutions were to use shims or fuel tubing in the cups or to change the insides of the 4908 Diff with the 4909 or just the shaft.

    This...
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    Yeah think about it, could have named it Miss -...

    Yeah think about it, could have named it Miss - behavin, since it is a female.:D

    No slam to Misbehavin, great mod and awesome website. And yes I already know it was named.
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    I also have never used due to the rep on this...

    I also have never used due to the rep on this board, but some have had no issues and may they can chime in on the matter.

    My best advice if you decide to use them, is to check for wear after every...
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    So you have the older version of the 3.3 (4909)...

    So you have the older version of the 3.3 (4909) and got an extended chassis and driveshafts from a newer 3.3 (4908)?

    If that is the case it is due to the change of the output shafts on the newer...
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