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    Tsunami concern

    Hey guy's, new at this, just bought tsunami 1 week ago. Already broke a rear hub carrier & body pin off a jump (already fix). Many on this forum seem to know what there talking about. So what part should I keep in tool box for future accident? Is there any update that should be done to this truggy so that repair are minimal?

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    front a arms, dog bones, steering knuckles and hub carriers. also a few extra spur gears.
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    RE: Tsunami concern

    Hey ehroof! Should I upgrade those to aluminum or just keep some in stock. What are the spur gear?

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    i keep all my rc's plastic, aluminum is expensive and can bend and if it doesnt bend or break will break the plastic that its attached to. just my opinion. i do have a tsunami ultrawide coming on wednesday [sm=thumbup.gif] and it comes with extended aluminum arms. The spur gears are the gears that the clutch bell on the engine mesh with(transmission gears), they are plastic and are known to strip. on rc's.

    http://www.clermontmotorsports.com/s...le-gear/Detail
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    RE: Tsunami concern

    Do I need both of those throttle gears?

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    yes, its first and second gear, its good to have as a back up, you can get all the other stuff from him to, he's where i get all my parts and rc's from
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    RE: Tsunami concern

    How is there shipping cost, and wait time? I'm in Brampton, Ontario. My buddy already ordered stuff from all about fun and hobbies, shipping cost is good. $8 for first 3 pounds. don't know about wait time.

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    Ehroof did you buy your rustler rims from clearmont?

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    i got them from him with the tires too, he has a big hobby shop and alot isnt on the site that he carries. I am not too sure about the shipping, you would have to email him about that.
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    RE: Tsunami concern

    I have found the aluminum carriers to be more than strong enough.

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    Should my suspension be hard or soft when riding on the street?[sm=50_50.gif]

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    i answered you in the other post you made, try to keep posts in one place and not all over so we dont clutter the forums.
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    RE: Tsunami concern

    your in brampton. try emailing sebastien.tremblay@nitrospeedrc.com (Redcat Canada Dealer). hes in quebec city and ships in about 3 days.
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    RE: Tsunami concern

    Does anyone knows (sebastien.tremblay@nitrospeedrc.com) web page? Looking at nitro speed rc, can't seem to find it.

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    its not up yet, just email him, he's a great guy
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    i get all of my parts for my exceed 1/10 buggy and i bought my ultrawide from him. great prices and no cross border duty. get parts in usually 3 days.
    P4d4, Sl4sh & Vaterra Kemora

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    I was just looking on the redcat site and putting a list of items together that I should keep on hand. Someone above listed dog bones. When I look through the list is find 2 different ones.
    Dogbones 90mm
    Partno: 08029

    Dogbone 61mm qty 2
    Partno: 02003

    As well what is a:
    C-Hub
    Partno: 02015

    I noticed alot of different size screws on the site. Should I keep some of these on hand as well? If so which are most likely to come off of my tsunami?

    Thanks

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    Also what spur gears should I have on hand?

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    get the 42 and 47 tooth spur gears

    06032, 06033
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    RE: Tsunami concern

    Should I keep a glow plug in stock for my Tsunami? If yes, which one should I get?

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    RE: Tsunami concern

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    Hey Macanan! Thank's for response, but whcich one more specific should I get from all about fun or hobbies? Part #. Sorry new at this, just want to make sure.

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    RE: Tsunami concern

    The #3 you want a hot plug
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    RE: Tsunami concern

    I bought a fabric tackle box from walmart...has all sorts of pockets to store diff. items..also came with 3 large plastic organizers that you can take deviders out to store parts, screw and such...comes in reeeaaal handy.. just grab it and I gots all me parts tools and batteries
    keep the shiney side up, the hammer down and the marshalls bored.....himoto rxb-1...himotoracingusa

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    Hum sounds like a good ideal, I'm useing a cardboard box for my parts and things lol
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