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Old 10-10-2012, 11:21 PM
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My rail tips do look pretty chewed up... The anti-ratchet drivers should solve this. I'll run the new track with this set up with somewhat tighter than normal track tension and the first sign of my drive lugs getting chewed up ill take out my current driveshaft and get the BDX lightweight driveshaft. After the track and everything else I'm running low on toy funds.
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Also Look At The Bottom Cross Shaft On The Front Shock In The Skid Frame It Rubs On The Lugs Like That If You Hyfax Gets Worn Bad!! And I Think The 05's Were Worse For This Than The 06's They Changed the Diamiter Of The Bottom Cross Shaft In 06
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Also Look At The Bottom Cross Shaft On The Front Shock In The Skid Frame It Rubs On The Lugs Like That If You Hyfax Gets Worn Bad!! And I Think The 05's Were Worse For This Than The 06's They Changed the Diamiter Of The Bottom Cross Shaft In 06
Very good point! the shaft on the 5 is so large when the hyfx even gets half way it rubs.
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