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Old 02-09-2018
bubblerboy64 bubblerboy64 is offline
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You can get these buses stuck on a wet grass. From experience . If the wheels spin you have to be very careful you don't damage the drive line. Get the wheels spinning and hit dry pavement and you will probably spending money on differential repairs .

We fairly frequently park them off hard pavement at rallies and if it rains ??? Best wait until it dries up. OR get pulled out prior to breaking something . I've rebuilt my differential once and it's expensive and parts are not always easy to locate. This is preventable .

Until you do it you will not believe how easy it is to chip a tooth or two on a ring gear .
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