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Old May 2nd, 2009, 23:05   #20
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Originally Posted by EDWARD I. MAIDEN View Post
Would you be able to give me some sort of idea as to exactly what type of modifications you are having to do with a D-boys metal reciever for proper fitment..I'm guessing a dremel tool is essential?..I am thinking of a D-boys metal reciever just because of the availability...will it be more of a headache to work with ?..would it be advisable to try to locate a better quality reciever..just to avoid the potential frustration?..EDWARD
Dboys receivers sometimes have tight mag wells. Usually high-caps will fit well, as well as some plastic mags. But low and midcap mags will be very tight. So it involves sanding down the areas in the mag well that are too tight. Also, the little disc on the selector switch is often quite thick, causing problem with switching or putting pressure on one fo the bushings and gear axels, causing the bearbox to lock up. That can also be fixed with a dremel, or just buying a new selector switch.

That's pretty much all you may encounter with a DBoys receiver.
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