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    I finally broke something

    Can you all tell me what part i need to replace this? Be as specific as possible, i would like to learn these parts names.

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    it is called "the broken one".

    if you provide pictures or a part # we can tell you. It should be in your paperwork - parts break out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsawacs View Post
    it is called "the broken one".

    if you provide pictures or a part # we can tell you. It should be in your paperwork - parts break out
    Lol i thought i did, sorry

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    Cant say i have ever seen the carrier break there before. Esp on a Summit.

    5334R is the part #
    (RAH) (AH) + [ROMA (1+MA)] + (GA) + (OOH)(LA)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron View Post
    Cant say i have ever seen the carrier break there before. Esp on a Summit.

    5334R is the part #
    Okay thank you. I had a good flip and noticed it wasnt accelerating properly.

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    i call that a Axle bearing carrier - AKA "Knuckle". TRAXXAS calls it an Axle carrier

    5334 is the original replacement with the exact size bearings
    5334r is the upgrade that accepts larger bearings...it also comes with the adapter to use the smaller stock bearing

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    How long has it been since they have used the 5334 though?
    Everything i have seen in the last couple years is using the R part.
    (RAH) (AH) + [ROMA (1+MA)] + (GA) + (OOH)(LA)

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    Only 5334R has ever been used on the Summit or any of the E-Revo family.
    http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread...=1#post5355360
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    Okay, how do i get this axle knuckle off? I took off the wheel, and then the base nut below the wheel. But it wont slip off, do i need to take something else off before the knuckle comes off?

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    Dude now it would be a good time to study the exploded drawings that Traxxas provides, they give it to you for a reason... to show how the truck is assembled so we can do repairs and maintenance

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    Pull out the 2 blue rubber parts at 12 and 6 o'clock. Then remove the 2 plastic parts. Then unscrew the pivot balls.

    And like maxi said the exploded drawings are your friend. I have them down loaded on my pc.
    Last edited by Jimmy1971; 12-25-2012 at 08:09 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy1971 View Post
    Pull out the 2 blue rubber parts at 12 and 6 o'clock. Then remove the 2 plastic parts. Then unscrew the pivot balls.

    And like maxi said the exploded drawings are your friend. I have them down loaded on my pc.
    Okay, will do right now

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    Before you unscrew the pillow balls.
    Count how many turns in until they bottom out.then when you reinstall you know how many turns out to get your camber where it was again.save you some setup time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jamann View Post
    Before you unscrew the pillow balls.
    Count how many turns in until they bottom out.then when you reinstall you know how many turns out to get your camber where it was again.save you some setup time.


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    Crud, i guess i should have counted before i took them off. I dont have an exploded summit view in my manuel. When you refer to pillow balls,are you talking about the the little hex screw that goes into the inside nut behind the wheel? The one i have taken off in the pictures?

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