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    Micro sct drive issues

    Hi all ive had my micro for a while now and i pulled it all apart to put my new chassis on and
    Now my car is very stiff to roll and acts like the center driveshaft is too long. it even does it with the stock chassis now so
    is there anything i couldve put together wrong? Ive looked at exploded diagrams to see and
    everything apears to be correct. If i have it down to a rolling chassis and pull the top of the front diff
    back (away from the driveshaft) it frees up like normal. Any help or ideas will be appreciated
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    potentially could have over tightened some screws
    just gotta try piece by piece like remove the front diff to see if the rear spins freely etc...
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    Did u push the main shaft all the way in on both diffs before screwing the diff housing down? Does fitting the top half of the chassis solve the problem?

    Did u up touch the diff's at all?
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    I did make sure the shaft was all the way in on both diffs and fitting the top half makes it worse i think ill take the front diff apart again and
    see if its together wrong and all i did to the diffs was a small amount of grease. I have loosened the screws as well with no luck
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