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Old 01-12-2008, 04:11 PM
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I need a dogbone for my monster truck. I ordered pn#08029 as per instruction manual. The dog bone in my truck 90mm and is thicker. The #08029 is only 87mm. Has any one ran in to this problem when ordering parts from Nitrorcx. Model#51c08 Infinity. Any ideas
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Old 01-12-2008, 04:37 PM
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The redcat product is the same as your exceed, after checking there website www.redcatracing.com the part you ordered is the right one.

http://www.redcatracing.com/itemdeta...p?partno=08029
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Yes by Part number but the new one is 3mm shorter and thinner.
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Old 01-12-2008, 04:53 PM
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Just looked at the Nitrorcx website. The caption shows 88mm, but next to it shows 89.5mm for the item #08029. Could the .5 mm left over be taken up by the O rings? As to the thickness of the metal, maybe it was a manufacturer change?
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NitroKiller i measured the one i got from Nitrorcx its 87mm. 3mm shorter then the original i need 90mm
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You talk of o rings where? This is my firstNitro truck
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In the cup that your dogbone set's in, look in there.....ok seee there is a little round rubber O ring, That is a O ring.

Plus you can not I repeat can NOT go by the parts book they gave you, I ran into the same thing and what they was calling for was way longer then what I needed, what I would do is go to the redcat forums and tell them what your looking for, and they will get you what you need. http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/foru...smode_1/tt.htm
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no oring present where yuo stated
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Then what you need to do is add some O rings and that will take up the slack give me a minute and ill post a picture of what im talking about
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Thank you that would help.
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Ok here you go if you dont understand just ask.
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Ok put a piece of tubing in both sides where axle goes?
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Thanks for the help
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Yeah but make sure it isnt to tight when you put it back together
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