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    You can get them out you just have to push them...

    You can get them out you just have to push them out the right way. If you look close you will see that 1 end of the metal ball is smaller than the other. You need to push on the smaller end because...
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    So the ball end is too big? Can you reuse one of...

    So the ball end is too big? Can you reuse one of the original ball ends? Just pop out the old one and put it in the new rod end.
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    Guessing you don't have the other mounting tabs...

    Guessing you don't have the other mounting tabs for the RPM trans case? Because you should be able to use them to get the toe in you are wanting also.
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    Have you done anything to make the rear...

    Have you done anything to make the rear suspension stiffer?
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    Thank you very much for all the details I will...

    Thank you very much for all the details I will bookmark this thread. Because I couldn't find this information when I was trying to reduce the toe in on my Slash 2wd and found it confusing as heck...
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    So the OP could just use 4x4 rear hubs to get...

    So the OP could just use 4x4 rear hubs to get more toe in on his Slash 2wd?
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    So all you would have to do to remove the toe in...

    So all you would have to do to remove the toe in from a Slash 2wd is swap out the rear a-arms to Slash 4x4 a-arms?
  8. Thread: Busted shock

    by zedorda
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    The LHS told them NOT to buy the metal shock caps...

    The LHS told them NOT to buy the metal shock caps and that they should buy new shocks. Seems like a grab for a better profit margin to me.
  9. The xduty mip axle are little more than needed...

    The xduty mip axle are little more than needed for the 2wd you should also consider the C-CVD mip axles. They are simpler and should still be more than strong enough for the much lighter weight Slash...
  10. Thread: Shock upgrades

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    I like the stock plastic ones with metal caps for...

    I like the stock plastic ones with metal caps for racing because they are lightweight but for bashing I would suggest GTRs if you have the money to burn on them. Only to jump safer really.
  11. Alot of people say the RPM rod ends are too soft...

    Alot of people say the RPM rod ends are too soft but in my experience they pop off the ball harmlessly before damaging the threads but I wouldn't use them on anything heavier than 2.5lbs because they...
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    That is odd since the slash 4x4 and rustler 4x4...

    That is odd since the slash 4x4 and rustler 4x4 plus a few more use the same parts. Are they too long or too short?

    https://traxxas.com/products/parts/3643...
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    You are right it was the 4x4 I was thinking...

    You are right it was the 4x4 I was thinking about. But I think you are wrong about the a-arms having the toe on them. About 2 months back I installed the RPM trans case on my Slash 2wd with the...
  14. Thread: Nomad slash

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    It is one awesome looking rig. I think I would...

    It is one awesome looking rig. I think I would still put the Stampede rear bumper on for just something to be there for any cartwheeling that might happen.
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    If you install the on the correct sides they have...

    If you install the on the correct sides they have stock toe in. If installed on the opposite sides I think it reduces the toe in to 1 degree.
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    This is an old thread so not likely to get...

    This is an old thread so not likely to get replies from them. You are making a common mistake in understanding how a fan works when right up against a solid surface. This was debated over about 20-30...
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    Thanks much and I agree 6 inch wide body would be...

    Thanks much and I agree 6 inch wide body would be nice but anything I ever found that narrow was always too short in wheelbase or too short in height to meet up with the chassis tub.
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    I have been using E-Maxx bodies since they we...

    I have been using E-Maxx bodies since they we relatively cheap and pre-cut. Just a slight modification to the stock Slash 4x4 body mounts lets it fit. I have afew pics in this thread:...
  19. Thread: Speed run help

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    You can gear that 2650 up alot more before seeing...

    You can gear that 2650 up alot more before seeing much heat. I would go with a 24/50 before even bothering with 4s.
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    There are more parts but I do know the plastic...

    There are more parts but I do know the plastic center drive shaft and the diffs are big differences. That might need upgrading to VXL parts.
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    It would be better put that the center diff isn't...

    It would be better put that the center diff isn't for most bashers. It makes the bashing alittle more complicated and most bashers just like to plug and play. When properly setup for your vehicle a...
  22. That explanation was golden. Thank you very much....

    That explanation was golden. Thank you very much. I understood this process as calibrating the slipper clutch while also trying to avoid glazing the pads. Good to know the proper term for it now.
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    I am no expert but as far as I know the Velineon...

    I am no expert but as far as I know the Velineon motor can't work with a brushed only esc.
  24. I have been periodically posting on the Leading...

    I have been periodically posting on the Leading Edge Machine Facebook page trying to connect with LEM to get some parts and o-rings. After a few back and forth comments I was redirected to contact...
  25. Thread: Diff-seal mod

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    I wonder if using a dremel and a stone ball...

    I wonder if using a dremel and a stone ball grinding bit would make a better o-ring seat than a drill bit? And if I can cut a latex glove to make a gasket.
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