the best way to fix is to file down the end of the nut. try using a small file. but you way have to try to remove the diff screw. if you do, do that i wouls ay loose the spring when you put it together and use a much shorter screw.azazelfallen said:Hey guys.
i have an epic outlaw pro 19 with a 18t pinion on my electric evader. I effectively locked my rear differential to achieve positraction using red locktite on the nut. however, now the bolt that goes through the outdrives is too close to the edge and barely allows the cvd to fit in. which also makes it so my shocks on that side dont work because the cvd cant slide into the outdrive. how can I fix this. Keep in mind it is red locktite together so i cant really take it apart.
roller evader? i bought a rtr with traxxas big bores for less then $50. so i would maybe ask $65-ish with the bodies and some extra tires.
and no i don't need a third..... my son wants to gut his electronics and build a tlt(he turned eight last week and scored almost anuff).
on another topic what has everybody else added to the rc fleet? or intend to pick up? would like to just get a few of the evader pro parts, and anuff parts to finish off the rusty to stampede conversion(finally). i have added a the tlt to my slow growng fleet. it's my favorite rc ever! dosen't need many hop-ups, but i dao have a proto typr penguin rc chassis on it.
have a good day all