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    Greased lightning, but you still have to be...

    Greased lightning, but you still have to be careful using it.
    http://www.rcnitrotalk.com/de-anodizing-and-polishing-aluminum/

    The down side is you will have to keep up on maintinace once you...
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    it depends. You have to know what the tire is...

    it depends.

    You have to know what the tire is made for.

    If it's a 2.2 tire then you need a standard 2.2 rim.
    If it's the 2.8 traxxas type then need a 2.8 traxxas type rim.

    You can't use a...
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    The aftermath of that isn't pretty, a friend of...

    The aftermath of that isn't pretty, a friend of mine found that out the hard why, 60mph slide on the asphalt in a bikini top, Daisy Dukes and flops.
    It was not sight I'll ever forget.

    ...
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    Marinated and grilled alligator backstrap is...

    Marinated and grilled alligator backstrap is awesome.

    The problem with most places that serve gator, is they beard it like you would chicken or fish, then fry it in the same oil, which is why...
  5. Thread: New dremel

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    I use the snot out of my Dremel 4000 & the flex...

    I use the snot out of my Dremel 4000 & the flex shaft I got for it.
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    Easy, you need a hosting site, photobucket,...

    Easy, you need a hosting site, photobucket, Flickr, or such.

    Upload your resized(640x480) pic there, then copy and post in your thread the IMG code, below is from photobucket.
    ...
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    The 40series are not 3.2'. They are 3.8 but...

    The 40series are not 3.2'.

    They are 3.8 but with the old style bead.

    3.2inch tires only fit 3.2 rims, same with the 40's, you need 40series tires for 40series rims.

    40series on left, 3.2...
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    The bucking is normal for the black trany with...

    The bucking is normal for the black trany with reverse, sounds like the idle needs to come down, richer the LSN a little.
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    For the wheels or chassis?

    For the wheels or chassis?
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    If your staying with a small block, get a stock...

    If your staying with a small block, get a stock 4907 chassis/trany to use withe a 3.3, OS .21TM and such.

    For a BB, your gonna need a BB chassis and all the parts specific to them, eBay is your...
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    Are you running a steel spurgear? If you are...

    Are you running a steel spurgear?

    If you are you need a Hardened Steel CB, otherwise your going to continue to eat CB's.

    If the spur is steel, I would put a plastic spur back on it and call it...
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    Here are several. ...

    Here are several.

    http://www.amain.com/rc-cars/kyosho-3x12mm-washer-5-kyofm328-2/p27354

    http://www.amain.com/rc-cars/serpent-aluminum-wing-mount-washer-set-2-ser600301/p181594
    ...
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    I would go aluminum bulks and chassis braces and...

    I would go aluminum bulks and chassis braces and call it a day.

    ACNCM from eBay is are good, RC Raven for the chassis braces.
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    I keep an eye on eBay, occasionally you can fin...

    I keep an eye on eBay, occasionally you can fin NIB 3.2 rims, I 4 NIB set of ProLine 3.2 17mm dish rims not too long ago for dirt cheap, like $4 a pair shipped.

    I don't mind taking a chance on...
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    Riches the LSN.

    Riches the LSN.
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    It doesn't matter how they differ internally, as...

    It doesn't matter how they differ internally, as long as they work as advertised.

    What are you looking for, more bottom end grunt or more top end power?

    That should be your deciding factor, how...
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    Looks like a hex or bearing issue, the wheel...

    Looks like a hex or bearing issue, the wheel should not wobble like that, and since it doesn't do so when moved to the front, it's an issue in the hex/bearing/carrier in the rear.

    Are the pivot...
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    If you bought them new, give proline a call and...

    If you bought them new, give proline a call and see what they will do about it, worse they can say is no.

    Since it's too tight a fit to mount on the hex, use a small hobby file and open it up...
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    Pics are worth more then words :), the TRX hex is...

    Pics are worth more then words :), the TRX hex is just a 17mm with slots machine in the flats.

    As for how they are made, they are injection molded plastic, inject liquid plastic into the mold,...
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    Are the pivot balls snug? If they are loose it...

    Are the pivot balls snug? If they are loose it will create slop in the carrier.
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    Power HD 1501MG, 236oz @ 6V & .14 @60* ...

    Power HD 1501MG, 236oz @ 6V & .14 @60*

    http://www.troybuiltmodels.com/items/HD-1501MG.html
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    Put some plumbers putty in the rear, it won't...

    Put some plumbers putty in the rear, it won't leak out and it will give it a limited slip type action.

    For the hexes you can either buy new TRX hexes and mod them, or buy the HPP hexes from...
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    The "40 series" tires were made for the track,...

    The "40 series" tires were made for the track, they are still 3.8 rims just with the old style bead.

    eBay is your best bet for 3.2 or 40 series tires any more, as most all have been discontinued....
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    Correct, the servo saver was bolted on the servo...

    Correct, the servo saver was bolted on the servo instead of a servo arm.

    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0001p?&I=LXS361&P=7

    I run the new style SS your truck has with a 300oz servo and...
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    You can shim the servo saver spring to preload...

    You can shim the servo saver spring to preload it, but you want the saver to do its job.
    Big, heavy tires always put a load on the saver, and it will only stay like that for a sec once your truck...
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