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Old 09-19-2018, 08:49 PM   #1
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So I'm joining the party of BOM build threads. Since the other threads show more of the custom mods, etc. I'll post more detailed step by steps for the stock build for those of you that want to see that, until I fully finish and then venture off into upgrading parts and modifying.

Here's what we're building.



Follow this build on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...EJELNBdAKseKe1

Kit:

GMADE GS02 BOM (available on eBay)

Parts:

Yeah Racing Aluminum 540 Motor Spacer Heatsink (available on eBay)
Boom Racing 25T Alloy Servo Horn
Team Associated #5422 30wt Oil (available on eBay)
X-Rings from Traxxas 2362 Rebuild Kit
GS02 Hardened universal shaft set (J30035) (ebay)
GA44 Heavy duty diff locker (GM30112) (ebay)
BOM exterior detail parts tree (Black) [GM60120] (ebay)
BOM mirror L/R [GM30128] (ebay)
BOM cage hinge (Titanium gray) [GM30137] (ebay)
Crawler Innovations 1.9 XL Deuces Wild Single Stage foams (available on eBay)
Pro-Line 1.9 Super Swamper TSL XL G8 Tires (available on eBay)
Injora 1.9 Beadlock Wheels (available on eBay)



Electronics:

Turnigy MG959 V2 Servo (available on eBay)
Yeah Racing Hackmoto 550 35T Brushed Motor (available on eBay)
FlySky R6B 2.4GHz 6-Channel Receiver (available on eBay)
FlySky GT-3C 2.4 GHz Radio (available on eBay)

Tools:

Versachem Brake Caliper Grease
Noleen SF3 Grease (available on eBay)
Turnigy Metric Torque Wrench Hex Driver Set
Tamiya Side Cutter
DEWALT DCF610S2R 12V MAX Cordless Lithium-Ion 1/4 in. Hex Chuck Screwdriver Kit
MIP Metric Speed Tip Set MIP9512
Bob Smith Industries Blue Thread Locker
ProTek RC Shock Pliers (available on eBay)
Molotow Liquid Chrome Marker Set - 1mm, 2mm and 4mm
Tamiya PS-63 Bright Gunmetal (ebay)
Duratrax Gunmetal (ebay)

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Old 09-19-2018, 08:54 PM   #2
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Kool...sub'd. Enjoy the build.
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Old 09-19-2018, 09:20 PM   #3
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Steps 1-13: Axles

Let's begin




Parts needed for this step






Metal balls given to the first batch of BOMs




The well labeled hardware bags. Wish they would've went a step further and grouped the hardware by steps as well.






Ready to begin




Diff gears finished




Pinion Gear side of the axle








The other side of the axle




All greased up




C-Hubs going on






Front CVDs






Knuckles






Link mounts






Time for the rear axle


















Front and rear axles all done

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Old 09-20-2018, 07:46 AM   #4
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Welcome to the BOM club! You have much more patience for pics than I do.

How are your axles? Any crunch going on there? Just curious.
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Welcome to the BOM club! You have much more patience for pics than I do.

How are your axles? Any crunch going on there? Just curious.
Yes on both axles. It's just one spot in the rotation though, not throughout. I wonder where in the assembly it's uneven causing that crunch.

Due to the crunch only happening in one section of a rotation, I'm inclined to think it's the assembling of the diff gear. Either I didn't put together that assembly evenly (which I did double-check), or the plastic housing on the diff assembly is molded unevenly.

I wonder if the upgraded diff locker would help with the crunch.
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I know some of the parts are compatible with Axial SCX10 II parts and the gears look similar to the OG SCX10 so...do Axial gears drop into these axles? That might narrow down the crunching.
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I know some of the parts are compatible with Axial SCX10 II parts and the gears look similar to the OG SCX10 so...do Axial gears drop into these axles? That might narrow down the crunching.
Don't have an OG SCX10, but I think those gears are larger? The pumpkin of the BOM is about the same size as the SCX10.2, so I don't think the OG SCX10 gears are the same size.
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Steps 14-19 + 25: Transmission

We start with the B-bag.




Step 14 parts




Assembled gears




Parts for the next steps




Assembled and greased up




Spur gear goes on. They use stacked conical washers instead of a spring for the slipper. Directions say to fully tighten the lock nut, and then loosen by about a quarter turn. Here's how it looks.






Parts for the next step.. More e-clips yay...




Assembled gears...




Skipping to step 25 like new2rocks did.




Greased up. I wonder how the 2-speed option setup would look in this spot. That empty space has to be for something.




Transmission complete.



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Steps 14-19 + 25: Transmission

Coming soon.
Make sure you snap that sucker down tight before the clamps go on...it's tricky.
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Make sure you snap that sucker down tight before the clamps go on...it's tricky.
Yep, sure did. This transmissions spins pretty smooth. Kind of surprised at how smooth actually. If I could only get the axles to be just as smooth.
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Yep, sure did. This transmissions spins pretty smooth. Kind of surprised at how smooth actually. If I could only get the axles to be just as smooth.
Agreed!

I have a link the perfect size for mounting between the front shock towers for stability, but I hate to restrict my battery capacity that much....
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Agreed!

I have a link the perfect size for mounting between the front shock towers for stability, but I hate to restrict my battery capacity that much....
I plan to address that as well once I get it built up in stock form. It'll give me time to think of solutions.
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I plan to address that as well once I get it built up in stock form. It'll give me time to think of solutions.
Making popcorn then.
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Steps 20-23: Links

This is going to be a pretty short step/post.


Bag of parts for these steps




Starting the front lower links






Front upper link






Rear lower links






Rear upper links



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Steps 24 + 26-29: Chassis

Time to move onto the chassis. For this step, I also used the following non-kit items...

Turnigy MG959 V2 Servo (available on eBay)
Yeah Racing Hackmoto 550 35T Brushed Motor (available on eBay)
Yeah Racing Aluminum 540 Motor Spacer Heatsink (available on eBay)
Boom Racing 25T Alloy Servo Horn


These are the parts needed for the battery tray




I'll be using the Turnigy MG959 V2 Servo and a Boom Racing 25T Servo Horn








Servo mounted onto the battery tray/servo mount assembly






These are the parts needed to start putting the frame rails together




It's starting to look like a chassis!




That under-frame receiver box that everybody has been putting weights in... I might do the same.






Time to get those links on




Links mounted




Parts for mounting the motor




I'll be using a Yeah Racing Hackmoto 550 35T Brushed Motor




So... I ran into a snag with this motor. The motor shaft is longer than normal, and I couldn't put the transmission cover on without hitting the motor shaft. So I had to get Yeah Racing Aluminum 540 Motor Spacer Heatsink




With the spacer installed, I was now able to have the motor shaft clear.








One thing I am concerned about is the pinion/spur mesh. It's tighter than I would like, and since the motor mount uses pre-set mounting holes, there's really no fine adjustment available. I will revisit this area later after I complete my build to see if there is a way I can make the pinion/spur mesh more to my liking.
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Nice write up, especially for the parts you are using in your build. I am interested in how you like the Hackmoto 35T.
Keep the good work going
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Cruising right along there, soze!

Strangely, my pinion/spur mesh was almost exactly where I would've put it had there been more adjustment possible. It does seem sort of a strange arrangement as it doesn't take manufacturing tolerances of gears/spurs into account or allow for variance compensation. Not a big fan.

Great pics & write-up.

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I like that the battery tray is really low, but there seems to be a lot of extra stuff on the bottom of this truck to get snagged out in the woods. It'll be interesting to see how that plays out.
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Dude...GMADE GS02 BOM Build Series - Part 5 - Shocks...1:19...I heard "Team Associated penis slime", and now that's all I can hear.
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Dude...GMADE GS02 BOM Build Series - Part 5 - Shocks...1:19...I heard "Team Associated penis slime", and now that's all I can hear.
Lol... you need your ears checked. "GREEN" slime.
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