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ricksonchow - 8.05.12, 6:06 am Post #41: | Reply With Quote
Nice video! Hope my drive shaft can stay long will a looser slip clutch
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Bois Franc RC - 9.29.12, 12:38 pm Post #42: | Reply With Quote
How pull off the drive shaft?
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Dirka8 - 10.29.12, 7:27 pm Post #43: | Reply With Quote
A cheap and simple mod to cut down on maintenance:

13mm (half inch in AmericaLand) heat shrink
Super glue just a little bit on the yoke end of the splined half shaft, heat to shrink tight.
Slide other half shaft in and GENTLY heat to shrink to suit.



Obviously we dont want a tight fit, so keep checking they slide freely as you heat to shape.
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hobby-smart - 11.12.12, 1:49 am Post #44: | Reply With Quote
nice~!
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AidanHawk - 11.18.12, 7:27 pm Post #45: | Reply With Quote
ive used liquid wrench dry lubricant on the shafts, i think its alot like the mooslick, it does on wet and you can work the shafts until it dries and the shafts move smoothly
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andyprentice197 - 11.21.12, 5:14 am Post #46: | Reply With Quote
great info...keep up the good work!
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dyaugo - 12.02.12, 4:36 pm Post #47: | Reply With Quote
This is a great video. Anytime I tear down my SLASH I always clean the axles as describe in the video. I then use COW RC Silicone strap and put a nice coating on then. It makes them really smooth. Thanks for posting JANG as always some good advice.
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LOSIFAN101 - 12.02.12, 5:02 pm Post #48: | Reply With Quote
To add to what Dirka8 did I see no reason why you can't use cheap qym bags, cut them into long strips and use super glue to attach them to the shaft like a shock boot.
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1bottom - 1.07.13, 7:20 am Post #49: | Reply With Quote
Thanks for the advice - I'll will definitely fix up the axles next time I strip down my Slash.
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A05049 - 1.07.13, 3:49 pm Post #50: | Reply With Quote
Great Info I had exactly the same issue
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