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tracy14_2006 - Yesterday, 10:45 am Post #2791: | Reply With Quote
Lost both shoulder screws on my front hub, so I got to watch my wheel fly across the yard. Worst part is, I elected not to put new bearings on the front before my bash session, otherwise I would like to think i'd have noticed those screws about to fall out? But, who knows.
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CptKlink - Yesterday, 1:20 pm Post #2792: | Reply With Quote
My rear hub carriers from boom racing where just as crappy.
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nino - Yesterday, 9:59 pm Post #2793: | Reply With Quote
Mental note: do NOT buy aluminium parts
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randompepsi - Today, 9:52 am Post #2794: | Reply With Quote
nino said
Mental note: do NOT buy aluminium parts
Mental note: do NOT buy SOME aluminium parts
Ecx Torment, Maxstone 10, Associated SC10 SOLD
stascom said
Division by zero. Apocalypse. Black president. Oh, wait.
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dhewie84 - Today, 10:35 am Post #2795: | Reply With Quote
I wonder what aluminum they typically use. I know 6061 is more prone to tearing when you try to bend it versus a 3003 or 5052.
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