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I have a slayer pro and I thought the cluch was way to tight but I loosened it...the truck won't roll backwards...and when I start it the wheels spin with the revs of the motor so what could it be ..all the drive line is good...could it be the gear mesh?...or tranny problem?

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I teally think its a prob with ur gears..

Posted on Dec 13, 2014

  • brad mccrindle Dec 15, 2014

    Yeah I think I found out what is was a started the truck and picked it up and held it wide open and after that is when everything got I'm pretty sure that the motor shifted and locked up the mesh between the bell and spur gear....thanks for your help

  • brad mccrindle Dec 15, 2014

    Yeah I think I found out what is was a started the truck and picked it up and held it wide open and after that is when everything got I'm pretty sure that the motor shifted and locked up the mesh between the bell and spur gear....thanks for your help..and also the motor bults were not that tight and there was no locktight on them



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