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How can i tell if nero diff locks working properly?

Discussion in 'Nero, Big Rock & Fazon' started by Rmedellin, Apr 30, 2018.

  1. Rmedellin

    Rmedellin New Member

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    i have a nero brushless with brain and am new to rc. To me it seems no matter what diff lock i put it in they all work the same. One option is suppose to be wheelie but i don't get wheelies. How can i tell if they are working properly?
     
  2. slick2500

    slick2500 Well-Known Member

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    If the front or rear diffs are properly locked both tires (front or rear) will turn in the same direction if you turn one wheel by hand, if they turn opposite directions the diffs are not locking. Another way to check is to put the diff in locked mode and try to spin the tires in the opposite direction by hand and same thing if they want to go the same direction the diff is locked if they spin in opposite directions then they are not working properly. Not sure how to check the center diff off the top of my head.
     
  3. craig27

    craig27 Member

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    You should also hear a definitive 'click' when you engage/disengage the servos.
     
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