ok so i have this love affair with the beach and i thought i had a decent sand solution when i was running the stock chassis and a dusty motors shroud, but then i broke the stock chassis and just bit the bullet and bought the FLM 10900 aluminium chassis. i had a few good sessions bashing on the beach before i started hearing the dreaded clicking sound. so i guess my question is what to do about the sand. have any sand lovers out there figured out a decent solution to keep sand out?
BTW i am running a 3908 with:
FLM 10900 chassis
FLM front bulks (regular)
stock diff (front n back)
stock rear bulks(for now) maybe getting the FLM hybrid or combo bulks but not untill i find a way to keep sand out. for now stockers are cheap and fairly easy to replace.
i was also thinking about getting the new RPM bulkheads for the rear.
my maxx is getting heavy! i need to possibly change the gearing since it seems to be substantially slower/heavier since i switched to the FLM chassis.
just got a set of trenchers and gonna try em out as soon as i get a new diff in.
how about the spooled diff, can anyone shed some light on this? how does it work/what does it do? i mostly bash on the grass during the week and get to hit the sand about once a month or so. lots of wheelies and i just started hitting jumps. i am ready to build my own launch ramp soon!
ok thanks for any help guys! happy monday!