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    so i lost one of my CVD today

    I hit a curb and lost my front left wheel's cvd

    any solutions other than buying a whole new kit?

    does this work? tra7153

    thanks!

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    That really sucks! I've seen them used or in odd number on flea bay. I haven't checked, but what about the market place?
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    7153 looks to be just the shaft... what did you loose?
    Whatever it is I just typed... could be wrong.

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    The good thing about the Traxxas CVD's is, they are fully rebuildable and you can get all parts separately.

    TRA7153 would be the shaft. 1 piece. I guess you lost that one?

    TRA7055 are pins, o-rings and stub axles for two CVDs
    TRA7052 are the cups, 2 pieces.

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    The part i lost is the shaft, i still have the "cup" but i have no idea how to insert that shaft in that cup, i guess i will see when i get the part

    thanks for the reply guys! really helps, i was kinda ready to give up on this thing. lol

    been having lots of trouble with it


    // i have this :



    (top left)

    + the top part

    but i lost the shaft
    Last edited by jony911; 07-17-2013 at 02:46 PM.

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    I guess you'll need one shaft (TRA7153) then + 1x TRA7055 (your pic) to get the pins and a new o-ring to connect the shaft to the outer cups/stub axles.
    You have to stick the axle (threaded piece) in the cup and secure it with the short pins from TRA7055. The o-ring, long pins and the barrel thingy secure the shaft.

    Forget about TRA7052 that are the inner cups on the diff.

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    Do I need the part that connects to the hex if I already have it? This is what I have

    Thanks guys for the help you are awesome!!

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    Your axle looks a bit bent, but could be the pictue angle?

    You have the axle, outer-cup and the o-ring.
    Do you still have the big pin and the black barrel-like metal part with the hole?
    You'll need that to connect the shaft.

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