Type: Posts; User: bluedan
Actually, I meant to say I did break one of the aluminum ones, I was thinking of something else.
I have the same thing and it does the same also. I love it.
Well at first I had the stock steel ones and I kept bending them or breaking them. Then I got aluminum ones and they were lighter, but not any stronger, because I some bent one the day after I put...
Just thought I would try to show my pics again and my signature says it...
Yeah, I think I'll try a different place next time.
No, I didn't move them at all, they were there and then a couple of hours or so later they were gone. Actually, the first and second time I tried to post pics they didn't show up. Then the third time...
I'm using photobucket. I posted in the Traxxas jato photo gallery and the post didn't go away, they just turned into small boxes with a red x in it. I also noticed some other people's pics did that...
I think I might try that too. I could use a little more brake also.
Actually, It's not that annoying at all, just more or less curious.:confused:
Actually, I would just tighten the screws down until the metal plates barely touch the brake disk when the brakes are off.
I just put some pics on and now they seem to have vanished and I know I had them set to 640+480 or something like that. Just a little annoying.:mad:
Ok thanks, I think I got it now.
I'm confused, I posted some pics of my truck and I don't see them. I'm pretty sure I did it right, I guess. Maybe I missed something.:confused:
I have been running 1k silicone diff oil and it seems to work pretty good for just about anything I run it on.
I had the same problem also with my Traxxas rims, but I put on pro line step pins on the rear and edges on the front, they were warped all the way around, but I haven't noticed any performance...
Ok, thanks. I like the looks of the roto start better. Thanks again!
I will use the Traxxas brand, I just need a part number and is there anything that needs to go with it?
I would like to take the EZstart system off and put a pull start on my truck, but I'm not to sure which one will work of the Traxxas brand or are there aftermarket ones that will work also....
I would try Tower Hobbies, Pro Line, or even HPI web sites. I know Pro Line makes a Hummer body that fits a Traxxas Stampede, but it looks like it might fit a Jato too, I've even seen people put on...
It looks pretty cool. I might try it myself.
I was thinking of the Traxxas shock covers, but I think I will try the balloons first.
Thanks, I think it will.
I was just wondering what would make good shock covers and if the Traxxas aluminum shock kits are any better than stock ones, because I was thinking about getting some soon. Thanks.
I would try the Traxxas Jato blue dot springs or even the Revo yellow dot springs. I have the yellow dot springs right now, but I might switch to blue dot springs, just to try them out. Shock oil,...