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Hi,

Got a slight problem with my Fairlady. When I opened the box the front wheel was jammed on the wheel arc. So I undid the front two screws to remove the body and the wheel fell out.
I then found I couldn't get the tail of the car to come loose. I carn't see any other screws. Has anybody taken it apart to lube or just look and can throw any light on how to separate the two halves.

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Chris
 

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Funnily enough I've just been reading "Tuckers Tips" on the Getslotted website and Matt points out a similar experience:

"It took me a while to get the car apart - two front screws are easily located but the third rear one is to be found underneath the exhaust system. It took me a while because it took quite a lot of effort to prise the exhaust off. It did not come easily so I presumed it was not meant to be removed - be careful though as I broke one of the two little attaching struts when I removed it. "

Hope this helps and hope matt/gs don't mind me passing it on. Full review is on the tuckers tips at Getslotted
 

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I had the same peoblem with my 350. the left front wheel is very tight and does not turn freely. i have removed and loobed the wheel but it is still tight.

Any more ideas.
By the way i think this is agreat looking model. Unfortunatly not yet ran it but it looks good.
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Glad I didn't try to force the back out, thinking it was hooked!


The exhaust came intact thankfully. The wheel is still very stiff on its stub axle, trying to ease it out as Matt mentioned.

Just out of interest is the problem wheel on the other cars the front right, the drivers side?

Thanks all for help.
Chris
 
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