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  1. #1

    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Jay, UT

    a little bent

    hey all! I was busy modifying my body to allow for refueling and tuning without removal (choppin holes) when I noticed that three out of four of my dog bones are bent. Iv'e been tapping my hinge pins straight (relatively straight) each time I have to replace or fix a suspension arm cause they allways get bent. I guess I'll pull the bones and do the same. I just use a hammer on a piece of railroad ty to straighten them and this works OK but I am hoping that someone can tell me a better trick. My left front hinge pin is getting pretty hard to straighten anymore.

    Thanks, post u later
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  2. #2

    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    York, NE

    RE: a little bent

    Order new

    I had to get some front ones for my 1/8 'Cane cuz I lost one in the carnage of a wreck and they came 4 to a package so I have 3 extras now...they were pretty inexpensive too.
    1/8 Redcat Hurricane XP Buggy/.27 motor (4.43cc)/tuned exhaust
    1/10 Redcat Volcano STX truck/.18 motor (3.0cc)/tuned exhaust

  3. #3

    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    howard beach, NY

    RE: a little bent

    which car? i have a bent one too on my volcano and waiting for the replacement, i just look and bend then roll and bend until it rolls kinda straight.
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