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Old 06-09-2011, 06:57 AM   #1
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looking for some info on this 33 have been sold.
im looking for a thread where this was used. just post a link or where to look in forum thanks
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Old 06-09-2011, 10:19 AM   #2
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I haven't seen it used, but they should change the name, Hand Brothers labels thiers the CMS, using someone else's name is a good way to get sue'd.
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Old 06-09-2011, 05:40 PM   #3
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I haven't seen it used, looks like they've just moved the servo to hang from the chassis above the diff.
My moneys on the servo smacking the diff at full bump.


One of my mates has gotten some of their other stuff...Fit & finish is hit and miss.
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I haven't seen it used, but they should change the name, Hand Brothers labels thiers the CMS, using someone else's name is a good way to get sue'd.
Yes...need to change their name.

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I haven't seen it used, looks like they've just moved the servo to hang from the chassis above the diff.
My moneys on the servo smacking the diff at full bump.


One of my mates has gotten some of their other stuff...Fit & finish is hit and miss.
Looks like it will hit the axle to me.
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I know djmedic2008 is using one in his new build that he is doing
in this video here http://www.youtube.com/user/djmedic2...13/ae2HdJy0IOo ,don't think he has mounted it yet though?
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fwiw, not to bust the vendor but i did try a diy cms similar to that and instead of turning the wheels the upward movement of the servo just compressed the shocks making me loose steering angle on one side.
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fwiw, not to bust the vendor but i did try a diy cms similar to that and instead of turning the wheels the upward movement of the servo just compressed the shocks making me loose steering angle on one side.
thats because of the lack of Pan Hard Bar. Lovely bump steer
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fwiw, not to bust the vendor but i did try a diy cms similar to that and instead of turning the wheels the upward movement of the servo just compressed the shocks making me loose steering angle on one side.
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thats because of the lack of Pan Hard Bar. Lovely bump steer
Exactly, it's a pretty terrible design. The Hand's really nailed it when they produced theirs. For the money it's hard to beat.
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Exactly, it's a pretty terrible design. The Hand's really nailed it when they produced theirs. For the money it's hard to beat.
Hand Bros. really did nail it. I've made my own CMS/3 link setup on different chassis but their kit is just perfect. People need to remember mounting the servo to the chassis is only half of the process.
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Definitely a bad design. Now if they opened up the large hole side to side and mounted the servo on top with a longer horn it may work. But even then ur taking up to much space. Either go with the hands or build ur own outa the stock battery plate and run a 4 link. Either way is better than this.
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