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Everything posted by KEV THE REV

  1. Not quite , but did have MacD and a walk on the pier in the glorious sunshine
  2. Went to 'Sarfend' on the south coast , lovely day , bumped into WW, or at least his wheels
  3. Once you get it rolling with a push , does it speed up to normal and control from the handset ? - I guess you have checked the stick pack for charge ? . The MSC , if you have one fitted can be adjusted insitu via the push rod servo hole position if it needs adjusting to centre , but first check that the handset trims are centred .
  4. Contact Jez at screenprintdigital , if you are in the UK , he can make custom decals , but he also sells stock items on ebay
  5. Looking at it a bit more I think it would be good idea to fit one as the spacer runs on the shaft to support the bearings and counter gear giving a larger support area overall
  6. looks like a back-up spacer to give the plastic bearings stability ? , and give the counter gear some support inside the hollow . Does the B12 spacer fit in flush against back of the bearings ?
  7. These come up on eBay UK quite often . Look for a seller called tamiyabuyerseller he has lot of Holiday Buggy/ Sand rover parts, other sellers often have them too
  8. Original gears are still available. You can also modify the bushes of a gear B to work as a gear A
  9. Not too bothered if it doesn't sell tbh . I thought your BB would have been snapped up by now
  10. Hi all . Has anyone got an old tub with broken front or rear end for sale / swap . I want to try the SRB front /rear end mod so I will be cutting off the front and rear of the tub . The tub needs to have the rear body mount turrets intact though Thanks UK only please
  11. I bought this as it has sticks and is for general running and my one has a steering end point adjustment knob (£40 inc post from Jadlam ) . It is basically a rebranded Flysky and you can buy extra ( cheap) flysky receivers for other cars you might have and use the same handset
  12. My first nib kit was Mardave Mini stock , but I also bought a second hand Kyosho Big Brute bitd .
  13. Sweet . Looking foreward to seeing it complete
  14. I had a chuckle when I read the title , as Gom is what my nan used to call a Gnome , we kept telling her the G is silent and it's pronounced Nome , she never did get it , so now Gom is always the little fella in my memory
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