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mrlexan wrote:I was only kidding. Scr8p actually found them on sheldon's store. It was funny, just because like 4 or 5 days earlier, I told him to keep an eye out for them, then BAM!, there they were. I wasn't home at the time and he picked them up for me. They are actually from Lunsford, not Robinson.
mmh, Jason, could you please keep an eye on those Lunsford arms please? Pretty please? :lol: :mrgreen:
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will do. but i just don't see that luck happening again. ya never know though. :)

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mrlexan wrote:Thanks for all the complements guys.

Anthony, that setup is per the directions provided with the Lunsford kit.

I didn't want to go with a stock steering setup, but the color was the deciding factor.
I'm refering to the lower link that attaches near the gearbox, and appears to be a tecnacraft turnbuckle instead of the solid link that you have on the front side of the gearbox. did that come with the lunsfod kit?

I've got a White MIP ball bearing steering bellcrank kit still in the package. It is labled as for the pro-SE (I think, I'll check tonight), so it may not be exactly period correct, but it fits the all aftermarket/color theme.

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Yes, that is what the kit came with, short the T-craft piece of course. They just had a threaded rod. Take some pics of the MIP if it turns out to be a Losi kit. Thank you sir.
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i would put this right up there with shodogs 4wd srb...

it's that cool.

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Hey Jay

You better get one of your cars ready for next year, so you can come out and race too, :D

Off course, not that sweet JRX2, but something :D

we'll help you out with coverage :wink:

I'll bring my cheapo digital cam and 2 camcorders :mrgreen:
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I am planning on running something. Brian and I have been talking about it...... we'll see what happens. Thanks again guys.
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Stunning car!

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Pics per Anthony's request..... also thanks to Anthony, I will have a white MIP steering kit to be installed! Thank you sir! :D
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missin' a screw in the motor plate. :wink:

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That's cause I can't never seem to get the Litesinks to line up and I don't want to force. You know it will never see the ground anyway, :D
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what? you don't use the if it don't fit... force it motto?

i do. :lol:

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No, but I can picture you doing that. :lol:
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i do everything in my power, especially when it comes to quality :roll: aftermarket parts, to make them fit nicely. the way they're supposed to. if i have to bend, grind, sand, reshape, alter, etc....... i'll do it. but some stuff just doesn't fit. that stuff gets forced. :wink: :mrgreen:

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Thanks for the pics, now it all makes sense. I could not figure out how the suspension could move without binding. The single large combo link will cause the hub carier to pivot which would cause binding if the 2 stock rear links were used. Having ball pivots on the rear most link(the one with the tecna turnbuckle) will prevent the binding. Cool system.

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