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Old 04-11-2018, 08:00 AM   #81
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@Antsiranean as you can see there is no issue with the bearing, many room to the plate and there was way less dirt in it as the last time.
I am glad to hear. When I tried it, something stuck, which seems odd if you don't have the same problem. But never mind as long as it works out.

Will you upgrade the broken front diff, or just replace it with standard Axial parts?
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Old 04-11-2018, 09:17 AM   #82
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I am glad to hear. When I tried it, something stuck, which seems odd if you don't have the same problem. But never mind as long as it works out.

Will you upgrade the broken front diff, or just replace it with standard Axial parts?
maybe wrong size i think i use 10mm bearings not sure.. will update if i find out more
i will replace them with standard axial hd gears as used before, not easy to get this times but amain had them are there better options than the axial hd? rear did very well no issues
but i will upgrade the bulkhead to the vanquish cause of the better design, bigger bearings, bearing holder, better maintenance . the gpm did really well but it's standard design.

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Old 04-23-2018, 01:10 PM   #83
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Found a Option for the diff gear from incision. It's in the rowing boat from hk. As the axial parts arrived i use these and will install the new vanquish bulkhead. But now i have repacement on hand.

As i have the Front apart i change the diff oil from 1000000 cst to 2000000 cst.
Have to leave for a 5 day buisness trip hopefull all air bubbles will be out If i"m back. After 24h they still have a way to go.






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Old 04-30-2018, 05:46 PM   #84
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Front ist assembled. All fit nice with the vanquish bulkhead.

And after 5 days the air is out of the diff.



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Old 01-06-2019, 02:58 PM   #85
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As i was at a longer business trip in February 2018 i had all my little monster stuff with me for some changes.
So i went thru my part bins and just realized that i have a mostly complete yeti in parts.
Over the year i gathered parts cheep from ebay like transmission chassis...

Now i have some wrench time and i started my project "little monster 2" (have to find a name for it...)

New parts like chassis rear cage ... goes to little monster the used ones will build number 2
Parts swap done



Some progress on number 2 as Little Monster is waiting for new cvd's, will go back to axial ones.





Will start with the original power setup on number2 CC SW3 with 3800kv 1410 SCT combo (back to the roots)...

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Old 01-09-2019, 05:44 PM   #86
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Some missing parts arrived today. So some progress on number2.

SSD rear upper links installed
Front diff filled with 2000000cst. Now waiting that it settles



Rear finished...
Stock axle housing with Beef Tubes and full width SSD Kit. Internally i use a boomracing locker and axial hd gears. SSD lockouts modified with screws front/rear. And TBR AR60 skid plate.

Right now i'm looking for some front shocks, have an eye on the Gmade XD piggybag 93mm. What you think?
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Old 01-11-2019, 12:50 PM   #87
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Made some Progress on Numbers 2.

Put the Front together. Using vanquish knuckles, incission cvds, GPM alloy bulkhead, incission Gears 38/13 and the Rest are stock parts. Still no Front shox....



Links are made with Traxxas parts and hinge Pin with diy sleeves.

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Close to the maiden drive with No2
Found some turnigy 90mm shox, they fit nice with the vanquish shock adjuster. Installed a 2" onetomanyrc light bar.



Done all the wiring and moved all electronic into the fuel cell - 6ch receiver for my hacked gt3b (which moved from little monster to no2), turnigy 12V switch for the light bars (a 5" will go on the roof), Onetomanyrc Light bar driver and castle link.





Progress on my little monster
Waterproofed the GT5 receiver and installed it. Setup done.



Little monster is back in business

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