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    I'm happy it worked out :)

    I'm happy it worked out :)
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    Have you made sure your MIPs are phazed? Look at...

    Have you made sure your MIPs are phazed? Look at the thread czlynx pointed to, or more specifically, this post:
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    I don't have the truck in front of me, but if...

    I don't have the truck in front of me, but if memory serves there are two versions. You should likely use the one that bends somewhat downward (closer to the servo housing) and not the straight one....
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    +1 for the simgle one :)

    +1 for the simgle one :)
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    Back when I built my Trail Slash I was looking at...

    Back when I built my Trail Slash I was looking at the Integy diff housing (at the Integy site) just for bling purposes. I got aluminium all over that car since I didn't mind the weight and topped it...
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    Maybe they come with the large inserts just to...

    Maybe they come with the large inserts just to give as much monster truck-ish appearance as possible? I would definitely go towards parallel arms. My 0,02, as I'm not an RC scientist :) If you're...
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    Thanks for the tip! I already have the aluminium...

    Thanks for the tip! I already have the aluminium bearing adapter, and I'll do my best to set the slipper so that it does its job properly :)
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    Thanks Boulderpede! :)

    Thanks Boulderpede! :)
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    Done :) I believe I'm going to need a stronger...

    Done :) I believe I'm going to need a stronger slipper and I've read comments on this forum about "Revo-spec" and "Revo slipper" but I don't know what parts to get. #5351 and #5352R?
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    I forgot - I also did the Emaxx "long pin" mod to...

    I forgot - I also did the Emaxx "long pin" mod to the caster blocks - a small but really great mod! A huge thank you to whoever invented it!

    I bent the antenna tube inwards a bit so that whenever...
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    Michaelsjo's Stampuggy

    Borrowed (stole) my son's spare chassis and some parts, bought some new stuff, and started putting together my own Stampede :) I want to make a lightweight version, while still being quite strong....
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    Great work! +1 on the initial intimidation...

    Great work!

    +1 on the initial intimidation factor
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    From what you can find in the various threads on...

    From what you can find in the various threads on this topic, liquiud and powder seem to work equally well. The chassi floats, but most of it stays under the surface. I use the spoon I use to stir the...
  14. +1 for the mesh. Keeps the worst stuff out while...

    +1 for the mesh. Keeps the worst stuff out while still allowing air to flow (adds a few degrees to motor/esc temp, but not nearly as much as e.g. a JConcepts hard cover)
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    I've done a few chassis too, and I've only used...

    I've done a few chassis too, and I've only used powder Rit. I haven't been all sciency about this - just went with one whole bag each time. However, I've kept my mix close to boiling point all the...
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    Take a look at this image. Maybe you can compare...

    Take a look at this image. Maybe you can compare what you see here to your own truck? :)

    http://traxxas.com/sites/default/files/6808_Chassis_3qtr_.jpg
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    I agree that the servo stuff was quite difficult...

    I agree that the servo stuff was quite difficult on the LCG. I go the chassie alone (not the entire kit) and bought all the other stuff separately. While doing so I missed that I needed the curved...
  18. Right, and the washer I think you've found is the...

    Right, and the washer I think you've found is the MW 6x10x2 (part of the #5630 kit) :)
  19. I'm not in any way a chemist :) but if you have...

    I'm not in any way a chemist :) but if you have experience from other glues that work equally well I don't see any reason for buying Loctite. But again, I have no idea if Loctite has some special...
  20. I would guess the spacer/shim/o-ring part is the...

    I would guess the spacer/shim/o-ring part is the one that goes in beneath the rocker arm post on the right side (front=right, rear=left).
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    Fantastic build! Amazing attention to detail! :p~

    Fantastic build! Amazing attention to detail! :p~
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    @AGHolman: I'm sure this will be the most...

    @AGHolman: I'm sure this will be the most unnecessary tip in the history of this forum, but you're aware that there's a right and a wrong way to put the I-bar in the cup, right? The rounded edge of...
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    The #5681 kit gasket simply must be the same as...

    The #5681 kit gasket simply must be the same as any gasket for the Slash 4x4/Revo platforms (Like Jaman says) since the ring gears are interchangeable, right? So the #5381 kit is likely a cheaper...
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    I've only got one servo so there are no conflict...

    I've only got one servo so there are no conflict issues. The servo isn't always responding the way it should. It happens very seldom and I haven't found any recurring patterns. I'll try a BEC and see...
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    Thanks everyone! :)

    Thanks everyone! :)
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