Triton jr rear axle height

Bradley71

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Are these set right.thanks
 

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Bradley71

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Jr doesn’t use pills, just the pins
I think the 14 uses just like it looks.do they have a manual for these chassis.ive never owned a phantom.😂you would figure they would print a manual for them..just saying.i emailed phantom i said im running a 2-stroke open on it they said we dont recommend it.that they could set me up with one i could.lol they ran small tube chassis long before big tubes came along.😂always trying to make a dollar
 
Put the pin in the bottom hole to raise the frame for dirt, lowering the axle down. Bottom holes dirt, top holes asphalt and concrete.
 

coop3993

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Mine are in the top holes like yours, but there are usually lines on the cassette assembly with arrows indicating the “stock position” that I leave mine at and adjust the cross with the washers
 

ColeAchey

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Pin in top hole on the hanger, should be a set of witness marks on the cassette. Pin in top hole on frame will have 1 witness line visible above hanger and one about flush with top of the hanger. They send manuals with new chassis purchases. Reason they wouldn't recommend the Junior Triton for open 2 stroke is likely due to the frame being purpose built narrower and the seat centerline shifted forward. If you're always fighting a loose condition its likely not going to be fixed with a recommended setup or tire combination.
 

Bradley71

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Pin in top hole on the hanger, should be a set of witness marks on the cassette. Pin in top hole on frame will have 1 witness line visible above hanger and one about flush with top of the hanger. They send manuals with new chassis purchases. Reason they wouldn't recommend the Junior Triton for open 2 stroke is likely due to the frame being purpose built narrower and the seat centerline shifted forward. If you're always fighting a loose condition its likely not going to be fixed with a recommended setup or tire combination.
It was a hand me down chassis.but a local guy has won 11500$ with one with a 450 honda on one.🤷🏻‍♂️Used to be a guy from pennsylvania race local here in ky and he use to kick peoples butts on a 79 bandit 1” tube chassis.he said he liked way it drove he could fell it flex under him.not counting all the 500$ checks it made him..😂
 
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I mean you don't even gotta have a new kart to win in UAS. Flex that old kart baby. Flex it all the way. Who cares. It's a beater kart. Just like a beater car, I bash into things with mine all the time and I don't care
 
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