Just got a traxxas wheelie bar and when i removed the toe link screws the threads
Were on the screws! This made for a very sucky evening as i cursed and came
Close to filming the death of a summit via a 12 gauge loaded with 00buck.
This is not the first time that the threads have followed screws on this truck
the rockers also did this but were much eaiser to repair then the threadless
Diff that i was left with.. as you can imagine i am not a happy camper , after
3 hours and some loctite and a bit of ca for now the screws r secure for now.
I have concerns as to how long this will last till they r pulled free frm the diff.
well my rampage vent is over for now but a call to texas is in order for Monday
i do like nylon / plastic but in combination with a fine thread screw it sucks..
You can always just replace the link's ball joints... I isn't that hard, just getting the joint the stay straight is a challenge
Ok it is official.....
Is it a new truck? Whoever (or whatever) assembled it obviously overtorqued the Hdwr. That sucks. And your right the fine thread sucks in situations like this.
Strripped them and thrn fixed them at least the did try to repair them.
For now i have them locked in place...
My kid's KB came with two MISSING pivot ball retainers and three more had broken off clips !
Merry X-mas, you are not alone
The pain of many lol mine also had the dreaded esc cut out problem traxxas replaced it with a lab testd one and i have to say i have broke nothing but im on nimh and learned long ago how
To land all in all im very happy with this truck.
Ha! the summit I purchased month earlier had the ESC problem too, same lab use replacement and it only took 2 1/2 weeks....
I'd be a LOT happier had these worked as intended OUT OF THE BOX ! Two in a row! The Slash my kid got a year earlier NEVER had a problem and he beat it HARD (on NmH)