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  1. Thank you all for the replies. I ended up loosening the entire front end up and putting it back together. Still didn't help. Here's the weird thing.... I loosened the rear tires a bit (the nut holding them on the rear axles) and it fixed the issue! Apparently I may have tightened them too much as it was 330am when I got to this part of the assembly. The car now drives and handles the way it should! Now, onto the decision of my next build! Thanks all! Pictures attached!
  2. Evening folks. I have built many cars over the years- and was an avid racer in the 80s. I have 4 Tamiya hornets, 3 Kyosho Ultima 2s, an original Ultima, a Lunchbox and now a re-re Frog that is DRIVING ME CRAZY. I always wanted a Frog as a kid so decided to pull the trigger on one as an adult. Everything seemed to go together great. On the first drive (pavement) it was ALL OVER THE PLACE. Stability was horrible. It was almost like driving without the steering rods connected. I have searched forum after forum and went over the build diagrams ten times. I can't figure out what is wrong. I can't imagine this is normal for a Frog! Is it? I have spent hours looking closely at photos from the web of many different builds. The front end looks exactly like everyone else! Any suggestions? I have bearings throughout and used the Tamiya RC Frog 2005 Assem Univ. Shaft kit to prevent the dog bones from popping out. Any suggestions? Help!
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