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Postby Fabio_Floripa » Sat Apr 09, 2011 2:03 pm

Hi all
i need know if there anything that we do on oneway?
becuase i was trying to drift with my DRB and i couldnt...
the one way looks funny
its like you try drift with a RWD
í just cant make any turn.

i install the original differential and my drift was OK
so, looks like my oneway have any bug.

weli, need some help.
thanks
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Re: one-way

Postby pinka » Sat Apr 09, 2011 2:11 pm

I had a problem that my one-way was slipping, I cleaned it with WD-40 and now works just fine. :)
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Re: one-way

Postby Fabio_Floripa » Sat Apr 09, 2011 2:17 pm

pinka wrote:I had a problem that my one-way was slipping, I cleaned it with WD-40 and now works just fine. :)

you just clean insude with WD?
doesnt need lube?
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Re: one-way

Postby aliceisadog » Sat Apr 09, 2011 5:56 pm

I know it sounds silly but did you install it in the right direction?

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Re: one-way

Postby Fabio_Floripa » Sat Apr 09, 2011 8:18 pm

aliceisadog wrote:I know it sounds silly but did you install it in the right direction?

yes, when i hit the all looks work fine.
when i hit the Throttle the wheel have traction, when i stop, the wheel stil spin...
but running looks strange.
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Re: one-way

Postby tokeyo83 » Sat Apr 09, 2011 8:37 pm

Fabio_Floripa wrote:
aliceisadog wrote:I know it sounds silly but did you install it in the right direction?

yes, when i hit the all looks work fine.
when i hit the Throttle the wheel have traction, when i stop, the wheel stil spin...
but running looks strange.



video :?:
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Re: one-way

Postby Fabio_Floripa » Sat Apr 09, 2011 8:45 pm

tokeyo83 wrote:
Fabio_Floripa wrote:
aliceisadog wrote:I know it sounds silly but did you install it in the right direction?

yes, when i hit the all looks work fine.
when i hit the Throttle the wheel have traction, when i stop, the wheel stil spin...
but running looks strange.



video :?:[/quote

like i say, looks ok, but on track its spinning too easy, i'll try made a vid about that when i go on my track again to show whats happend
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Re: one-way

Postby pinka » Sun Apr 10, 2011 12:03 am

Fabio_Floripa wrote:
pinka wrote:I had a problem that my one-way was slipping, I cleaned it with WD-40 and now works just fine. :)

you just clean insude with WD?
doesnt need lube?

Yeah i just cleaned it with WD-40 and now ot works just fine, WD-40 also have some lube so i did not use any other lubes.
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Re: one-way

Postby ahmooosh » Sun Apr 10, 2011 2:00 am

this sounds stupid but what is WD-40?

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Re: one-way

Postby abdul basit » Sun Apr 10, 2011 4:13 am

WD-40 is this spray you get from your local hardware store. It's possibly man's single most useful invention. RC enthusiast or not, everyone needs one in their house.

It drives away moisture from things that could rust with water, loosens up joints, and cleans stuff really well.

If you race touring cars too, then it's a great and fairly cheap method of cleaning up your tires after a session. Spray some on, then use a brush with stiff (but not sharp!) bristles, and woalah, it's new again!
... It's also great when someone asks you to fix the door and you're too lazy. Spray a bit, and problem gone! ;)

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Re: one-way

Postby Fabio_Floripa » Sun Apr 10, 2011 3:03 pm

pinka, you are 100% right
i just clean with the WD40, add just a drop of lube
and its perfect now.

i just not understand why that happend.
but the good news its that is working.
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Re: one-way

Postby gkhunk » Sun Apr 10, 2011 10:37 pm

I am using LRP Blue Factor Ball Bearing Oil, after claning with WD-40.

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Re: one-way

Postby pinka » Sun Apr 10, 2011 11:19 pm

Fabio_Floripa wrote:pinka, you are 100% right
i just clean with the WD40, add just a drop of lube
and its perfect now.

i just not understand why that happend.
but the good news its that is working.

I'm glad my method worked. :)
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Re: one-way

Postby justsidewayz » Tue Jan 24, 2012 10:07 pm

Not that above methods don't work but there is products to lube oneways with. I know there are more out there but this is what i use.

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High-quality HUDY One-Way Bearing Oil is used to lubricate one-way bearings for ultra-smooth operation and long lifespan. Super thin to help promote quick penetration and fast & easy coverage. One drop will cure a slipping one-way immediately! Recommended for nitro & electric touring cars, before each race or practice day. A "must have" item for serious racers

source http://www.hudy.net/xhudy/products/prod ... 0758677a8c

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Re: one-way

Postby Fabio_Floripa » Thu Jun 21, 2012 6:35 am

well
now i think my oneway definitely die. its possible disassemble?
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Re: one-way

Postby oski83 » Wed Jul 04, 2012 9:01 pm

Ive had my one-way die before too...sometimes its the bearing inside that just goes or something else. I treid everyrthing on mine and gave up after a few times of installing/testing/removing. Went out and got a used one until I get a new one.

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Re: one-way

Postby mobills » Sun Jul 28, 2013 9:39 am

Hey guys I know this might be a dead thread but I had the same problem. The bearing sleeve inside the oneway was spinning inside the oneway. This I wat your supposed to do
1. 90% rubbing alcohol

2. Q-tips

3. Oneway

4. Small tuperwear bowl with lid

So now u got wat u need , it's pretty simple from here.
Put the rubbing alcohol in the tuperwear about a 1/4 of the bowl.
Now ,drop in the oneway with out drive cups removed .
Then close lid, and shake very violently ( don't worry it's a oneway) for about 1 minute.
Repeat last step till u notice the color of the alcohol has a darker tinge to it .
Now take your q-tips and in a circular motions, rubb on your oneway bearing

Now it finished all that's left is to very (lightly) oil bearings after a couple dry runs with out lube


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