running on sand

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  1. Bloobert28

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    In summer I'm going to Virgina beach and plan on driving my envader. What things should i do and buy to get ready for this. I already got a motor saver air filter.
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    buy some sand paw's (tires)
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    I already have some thanks
    Also should i seal my diff?
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    it is a Evader right? the diff should be fine because it is housed in the tranny case where it is protected.
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    do i need to do anything with my servos ?
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    you can put them in a baloon and tie then tnd up and put a tiny hole in so u can still attach your stearing links and stuff
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    with the baloon idea if you put greas on any holes in the baloon it will make it waterproof aswell
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    thing is that the sand will get into the grease just a ballon around the servo and put a zip tie around it that should work just fine!
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    i think tower sell a water proof servo so i dont think sand could get in that
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    i couldn't find them what are they called
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