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  1. Hi All, I'm just building a LunchBox and I'm a littlebit confused about greasing... Not about the gearbox, but about the friction dampers and the gearbox swingarm. Should I grease those, or just leave them without grease? Thanx in advance, TDanny
  2. Hey guys just starting my first build, a Toyota Land Cruiser 40 pickup, 4x4 the 3g grease that comes with the kit, really doesn't seem like sit enough to grease everything it says needs greasing in the manual. So I didn't apply much grease to the inside of the spur diff and all the counter gears and shafts inside the chassis. To try and make sure I don't run out for the stuff that needs greasing later in the build. I basically used a brush to thinly spread it on. So it just shone rather that having a visible thick grease layer. my question is, have I made a mistake? Should I go back and add more inside the spur diff and on the outside off all the cogs? and what about on the front arms, the cogs that go inside the chassis? i bought a steel pinion so thought I didn't need loads on that. does everyone find Tamiya don't supply enough for a full build? if I need more, any advise on what to buy for the gears please? Thanks Matt
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