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Old 02-07-2012, 11:37 AM
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Anyone have one they are looking to sell? ZX or REV chassis, mine has a hole in the cover.
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what kind of hole and where? jb weld or even some silicone if you prep the area right could solve your problem. it's not like its under pressure or anything......just trying to keep some lube on the chain
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Top nut came off mine and hole-sawed a hole and I JB welded it back on.
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Picked up a complete chaincase with chain, gears, bearings (new) and castle nuts for $115 shipped. Thought about the J-B weld, co-worker is going to weld a patch on it this weekend.
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