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phiber

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my 4wd i think doesn't work....to check it i picked it up and checked...and the back two wheels arent getting the same amount of power that my front two wheels are getting.. more power then the back...and when i put the breaks....my back wheels dont stop at all....they just keep on spinning....i have a FOC and Pro-Line susp...and a CVRX that I'm still breaking in
 

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Wait until after the break in period has ended before thinking that your t is messed up. The gears, shafts, and just about everything still needs to be broken in before you can assume that it is bad.
 

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i mean..I've run about 4 or 5 tanks into it....and i checked if the diffs where ok....but it seems that the rear diffs are not working right....if i spin one tire the other tire barely spins....or i need to spin tire#1 much faster to get tire #2 to spin.....what could be the problem? cuz in my front ...i spin one tire and the other tire spins instantaneously....
 

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Could be a bad rear diff but I would still run a few more tanks through it before raising too many flags.
 

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how many more tanks? cuz its a very noticeable problem....because the front end gets all the power and just spins the whole time. . . .
 

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Run a couple more through it and look for signs of an improvement. If it does not improve then you'll probably have a bad rear end.
 

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Hmm will do....but its frustrating...lol
 

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another problem i have is...for the love of god...i can't get this thing to drive straight at all
 

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You can either adjust your steering trim or the harder way of adjusting your turnbuckles (which I don't advise).
 

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oh you kno wat the problem is? I'm missing one of those pins....that goes throught the driveshaft and is held by a hext nut that fits onto the wheel...thats wats happening......where can i buy these? what are they called?
 

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The pin is the same for the front or the back. Your lhs should have them in stock or at least somthing that will work.
 

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i fixed it.....it works...
 

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cost me nothing either...i went in to the hobby shop...and i asked the guy for the pins..and he said i would have to buy the hex hubs also....it was like $6 for a pack of four..i was like HHHEELLLL noooo...but somebody else there had pins on hand and hooked me up! i said thank you like umm 25 times?
 
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