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Old 09-03-2010, 12:03 AM   #1
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Old 09-03-2010, 12:06 AM   #2
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Where? Are they more durable than the Lundsfords?
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Old 09-03-2010, 12:38 AM   #3
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Details? Definitely interested.
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how do they work without hitting the uppers?
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Give us the details, will these work on da moa setup
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You have my attention erik. Need price, details and pics I love pics. Thanks for the blue Dlux crowns and hex pins, your products are great
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I will post up more details later. Here is another teaser pic for now...

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Old 09-03-2010, 11:57 AM   #8
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I have tested all the possiblities with the comp crawler except the MOA since I dont have one. Sorry, I cant answer the question.

I will post up more pictures later and hope that will help. I will say that I dont think there would be any problem. The biggest issue I had was with the drive shaft and it has more clearance side to side than it used to.
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Worried that they hit links and limit flex?

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Sir Flex alot! Nice links Eric,no dought there tough all your products are
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Wow...its a little bit tooooo much flexing ;)

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never seen that much flex in a losi
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when will these be on ur site?
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never seen that much flex in a losi
mine will do that too, is front left tire is down, look. But the pic is awesome kinda like an illusion
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dlux in relation to where the original links were how are they, my links are hitting my motor now and limiting my flex so if the links make any narrower difference between the them they won't ork on an moa, these may do the trick to get the ground clearance the losi's need.
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when will these be on ur site?
Working on the final details now. I was hoping to have everything set in stone today. We are having problems figuring out a fast/effecient way to tapping the TI links. As soon as that is figured out I will have everything all done.
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dlux in relation to where the original links were how are they, my links are hitting my motor now and limiting my flex so if the links make any narrower difference between the them they won't ork on an moa, these may do the trick to get the ground clearance the losi's need.
The uppers dont change much other than the O.D. of the link goes from .270 to .188 so, you gain .041 in every direction.

The lowers change a lot. Not only do you get that .041 in every direction from stock, you get a TON more between the links where your motor would sit. I will try and take a picture with a motor on my axle so you can see the difference.

I really should not have posted so early but, I am SUPER stoked about these! They make such a HUGE difference in performance. I can make so many more lines than before.
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One thing to check would be, how much does the rear axle clock itself under high torque load. I made links very similar and when I bound up the rear the angle on the stock rod ends would cause them to flex and the pinion angle of the rear axle would raise way up and cause the driveshaft CV cup at the axle to split at each hole and shatter.

P.S. Love my new DLux worm gears.

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Old 09-03-2010, 06:22 PM   #19
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Do you run these on your MOA LCC?
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One thing to check would be, how much does the rear axle clock itself under high torque load. I made links very similar and when I bound up the rear the angle on the stock rod ends would cause them to flex and the pinion angle of the rear axle would raise way up and cause the driveshaft CV cup at the axle to split at each hole and shatter.

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what's the angle on these?
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