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    Default T-rex 60 XVD

    Broke this the other day, has anyone else broken them?




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    ouch!!
    My truck buddy's give me crap all the time,
    Build a real one they say!
    I say, I don't need a tow truck when mine breaks

    Subtle as a Sledgehammer lol
    Wouldnt have it any other way

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    I have not seen this happen to the TRex XVD's.

    Did you have your End Points adjusted correctly? How did it happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rckcrwlr View Post
    I have not seen this happen to the TRex XVD's.

    Did you have your End Points adjusted correctly? How did it happen?
    The end points were correctly adjusted. It broke after some heavy binding which I did not see from where I was from. Then it went bang.

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    From my experience, I haven't had XVDs break on my Rigs. I set the slipper to work in a bad bind especially with a Cobalt Puller or Powerful Brushless set-up on 3S or 4S.

    Do check, as sometimes the screws that secure the knuckles to the C's loosen. When this happens, the XVD can unseat, slightly twist, and then bind. The wheels won't roll smooth especially on a turn. Unfortunately, this can cause the XVDs to prematurely fail, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siggy View Post
    From my experience, I haven't had XVDs break on my Rigs. I set the slipper to work in a bad bind especially with a Cobalt Puller or Powerful Brushless set-up on 3S or 4S.

    Do check, as sometimes the screws that secure the knuckles to the C's loosen. When this happens, the XVD can unseat, slightly twist, and then bind. The wheels won't roll smooth especially on a turn. Unfortunately, this can cause the XVDs to prematurely fail, as well.
    I was using an Rc4wd R2 Transmission.

    Oh ok, will check regularly. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsjoel View Post
    I was using an Rc4wd R2 Transmission.

    Oh ok, will check regularly. Thanks.
    OK, I understand that the R2 got no slipper. Good news is that the New R3 (on the TF2) got a real nice slipper.

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