Hi All - I'm the proud owner of a new Revo 3.3 Nitro and, when breaking the truck in on the 5th tank of gas, hit a curb straight on going about 30MPH. The steering on these things is really sensitive.
So my truck had a front left broken suspension arm and one of the wheel bearings had popped out. After much trial and error (and hair pulling and fingernail breaking) I learned how to take the wheel off, put the bearing back in, replaced both arms and then put the whole thing back together.
I took my truck to the street and it started right up - but when I tried to go frontwards or backward the car won't move. The engine revs up just fine. While toggling between forward and reverse I got a little movement but along with the movement came a horrible clicking should from the middle of the engine.
Does anyone have an idea of what that might be? I realize I must have broken something else besides just the suspension arm...and the help I've gotten from HobbyTown has been less than impressive.
Thanks in advance for any advice. I want to get my new toy running again!