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Old 01-20-2008, 07:49 PM   #11
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Easy beadlocks install.

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The best way to put the beadlocks together,is to install the rings first,but only a few threads on each screw,so the rings are loose.Then install the tire,set the bead,and just tighten the screws.Tighten the screws in a criss cross pattern and only a few turns at a time,until they are all tight.

If you want use softair pellets for weight.tighten the back ring and pull the tire out of the front bead.then put the wheel in a empty margarine container,and pour the pellets in the tire. The container will hold the extra pellets and saves time picking up all the pellets from the floor.
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Old 01-20-2008, 10:34 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by csilve View Post
Has anyone tried the stage 2 set-up on the AX10 from rccrawler? How does it differ from teh stock settings? Last question, can you install the bent lower links of the rear? I have only seen them installed on the front.
i havent tryed the stage 2 setup, i have done things differently though. i agree with the moving the links to the inside, that will help. The link and suspension setup they show increases the stability of the truck and allows you to tune more dependant on your shock oil and spring rates. I went to a new chassis and all new links setup, as well as switching to 4 link instead of the stock 3 links. much smoother!

The bent links can be installed front and rear, the stage 2 setup builds the rig with the bent links in the rear.
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