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    "zero-offset" wheels are what stock wheels are...

    "zero-offset" wheels are what stock wheels are referred as, so ˝" offset wheels make each side of the truck ˝" wider, 1" wider overall. No, they are not required, they are a personal preference. A...
  2. When a single servo is used, it is required or...

    When a single servo is used, it is required or the servo will just rotate the servo-saver instead of turning the wheels. It is also used in a dual-servo setup if you like a more responsive steering...
  3. Thread: lipo cut off

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    Auto "custom", 3.2v per cell.

    Auto "custom", 3.2v per cell.
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    Look lik Pro-Line Mulchers.

    Look lik Pro-Line Mulchers.
  5. No, all Revos have the same plastic axles....

    No, all Revos have the same plastic axles. Universals are the silver crosses that connect the ends to the center shaft. They are U-Joints, short for Universal Joints.

    Adjust your slipper to stop...
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    What tires are those? Pythons?

    What tires are those? Pythons?
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    Dude, you WILL tear them...just buy Pro-Line...

    Dude, you WILL tear them...just buy Pro-Line tires and Pro-Line or JConcepts wheels, and you won't rip them anymore.
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    Mount the tire without the foam, mark a spot on...

    Mount the tire without the foam, mark a spot on the tire and the wheel, then press the bead of the tire in all the way around. If there are any spots that don't seat perfectly, trim the tire until it...
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    Actually, buy DeWalt power-tool battery...

    Actually, buy DeWalt power-tool battery packs...you get 12 A123 cells for like $40-$50 or less! Take them apart and build multiple packs!
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    This is correct.

    This is correct.
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    Radio Shack has 60w irons for $7.

    Radio Shack has 60w irons for $7.
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    http://www.ytcracker.com

    http://www.ytcracker.com
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    They are great tires, but absolutely not what he...

    They are great tires, but absolutely not what he needs.
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    If you have stock axles, stock carriers, and...

    If you have stock axles, stock carriers, and stock hexes, the wobble is in them, not the wheels/tires.
  15. Thread: Lipo LVC Alarm

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    It does, but some people like extra assurance.

    It does, but some people like extra assurance.
  16. Very true indeed, Maximizers are much lighter...

    Very true indeed, Maximizers are much lighter than most other brand bead-locks.
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    None on my part, either...truce?

    None on my part, either...truce?
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    Yea, the Mashers are great tires as well. This is...

    Yea, the Mashers are great tires as well. This is how I would choose;

    If you spend 60% of the time on grass and 40% of the time on the street, get Badlands.
    If you spend 40% of the time on grass...
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    I think you are going to absolutely love them!

    I think you are going to absolutely love them!
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    Badlands! :cool:

    Badlands! :cool:
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    One word for you, AFTERMARKET!

    One word for you, AFTERMARKET!
  22. Well, a Masher is heavier than a Holeshot, and a...

    Well, a Masher is heavier than a Holeshot, and a Maximizer is heavier than a dish wheel...how much, I don't know, but the Masher/Maximizer combo will be heavier.
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    I didn't recommend the more expensive ($35) Hitec...

    I didn't recommend the more expensive ($35) Hitec servo, I recommended the $12 MG995 or MG996R...I just said the 133oz of the Hitec was all that is needed.
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    That's him breaking the rules not me, though,...

    That's him breaking the rules not me, though, right? I mean, I understand what you're saying, but I didn't enter into the deal, he offered it to me.
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    Yep, the Hitec HS-645MG (133oz) servo is more...

    Yep, the Hitec HS-645MG (133oz) servo is more than enough for any truggy or monster truck, unless it's 13-15 pounds or heavier.
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