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    having trouble with driveshafts on kyosho evolva m3

    Hi people I'm having trouble with driveshafts on kyosho evolva m3 there too loose is there anyway of making the shafts less loose.Its only loose when I turn the wheels but I've been told the wheels need to be a little loose .If anyone knows how I can fix my problem I would appresiate it.

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    RE: having trouble with driveshafts on kyosho evolva m3

    what do you mean by "loose"? You can turn the actual wheels before the shafts start to turn? Or something else? The wheels should rotate a bit before the shafts do, but not too much. It's hard to explain how much is too much, but you will know when you feel it. Are the shafts, pins and everything new? or close to it? Otherwise im thinking either the ends of the shafts that sit in the diff outdrives have made a "cut" into the outdrives, giving them more play, or the pins on the shafts have flat spots where they contact the outdrives.
    Worn pins where the wheels are could also be a problem, but maybe this is all a waste of time and the "play" you are feeling is the normal amount.
    Hmm, I hope this somehow helps, I sure as hell don't really know!!
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