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Rehab1 last won the day on September 29

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    Gotway: Tesla, MCM5, Mten3, Luffy- Inmotion: V10F- , Kingsong: 16X, S18

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  1. Such exemplary work combined with your detailed narrative! Many members will benefit greatly from your contribution! I greatly appreciate the mentions!
  2. I see you changed your post and removed ‘Dumb’ old women. I feel much better. I wish the forum would bring back the red negative sign. You would have my vote!
  3. Rehab1


    Always a pleasure to watch buddy!
  4. I’m pleased you concluded your story with those heartfelt comments.
  5. Did Ewheels offer the option of air shipping for batch 3? Wonder if KS means that the mudguard was improved. If the fender is sturdier it might prove difficult to remove. With the improvements it will be worth the wait!
  6. Yes I installed the upgraded DNM version ADY-38RC that contains only an upper pressure valve. Prior to my complete tear down the previous 36RC never contacted the fender nub. Wished I could offer more assistance but without @AlexIsTheBest’s wheel in hand it’s difficult to analyze the problem. Hopefully round 3 solves all of the current issues because the S18 is an amazing wheel.
  7. Just having some fun @meepmeepmayer. Everyone is so serious these days.
  8. Batch 1 and 2 are the same. Ewheels batch 1 shipped by air and batch 2 followed 3-4 weeks later by ship, Batch 3, when it arrives, will incorporate the suspension improvements.
  9. I’m not sure what is going on. I assume the fender is mounted correctly? Here is mine.
  10. Sorry for the delay. I used a piece of 1/8 black abs plastic (Amazon) cut to shape and then riveted the lower section onto the mudguard and screwed the upper portion to the body. This allows for easy disassembly if required. You don’t need this quantity of plastic for the mod but I also used the remainder to fabricate some protective side panels as well.
  11. Big bummer! So glad your ok! Wheels can be fixed much easier than body parts. I agree with @RockyTop and @dsd317 about checking the wheel/tire alignment. Keep us posted on your findings.
  12. Rehab1


    Great video! There was a time when these productions would command 10-20 likes. Tough crowd.
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