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FLM 3905 Extended Chassis steering link - 02.05.2011, 09:08 PM

I broke my 3908 chassis and bought a FLM 3905 i am having trouble putting back the steering link does anyone have any pics that can help?

I'm trying using the parts list view am not having any luck.

BTW why is there no directions with the FLM chassis?
   
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02.16.2011, 04:05 AM

That sliver tube about 1 1/4" long and hollow it the post for the off side without the servo saver at least I think. There are 4 cupped washers and I have no idea what they are for. I would post a picture for you but I am not at home and the computer I am using is the computer from HELL.


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02.16.2011, 04:30 PM

On most of the posts where people are having problems with FLM products there is no responce from the company. Getting any help or information out of them sucks.


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Ouch the no response from FLM isn't good. Makes me wonder if I should install my new chassis.............
   
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01.12.2012, 12:53 PM

I had no issues installing my chassis.
I did have an aftermarket servo saver though.
I used the 4 cup wasters for the servo.


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03.07.2012, 11:12 PM

I used the four cupped washers for the screws that mount the chassis to the rear bulk head four more would of been nicer so i could do the same in the front
   
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