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Old 02-08-2016, 09:02 AM   #18256
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Do you have a link to those parts?
www.schelleracing.com has all of those parts.
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I buy form both places but here's another viable option: http://www.avidrc.com/
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Do you have a link to those parts?
http://www.schelleracing.com/Schelle...st-Set-SCH1084

$21 for the diff balls, caged thrust bearings and washers. I just installed them in mine.
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Old 02-09-2016, 12:14 AM   #18259
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I've tried remove two gear in my gear diff and a strange noise accured at low rpm.
Only at low rpm.
I put a bad pinion on my motor, could that be the problem?
Does anybody tried remove two gear in diff?
I left the shaft and removed gears on that shaft.
Is that the correct way?
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Keep note as which direction you install the diff in the 4 gear vs 3 gear. The manual for my CE, it stated the bolt head of the diff to be installed opposite of spur gear. Well, I choose the three gear during the build and not thinking, installed the diff backwards. The supplement did not state what side. Figured it gets installed the same with both transmissions. Technically it does(bolt head passenger side). The wording "opposite of spur gear" made me install it opposite the spur on a 3 gear. After toasting a diff, looked at the FL manual and diff bolt head is supposed to be on right side. My guess it loosened ever so slightly right after I adjusted it. Some claim it won't loosen regardless of direction, but I believe it will. I kept thinking to myself that I'm adjusting the diff way too often and finally hit me, lol. Just something to keep in mind, especially CE builds that choose the 3 gear. IMO, the supplement directions need more detail.
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Keep note as which direction you install the diff in the 4 gear vs 3 gear. The manual for my CE, it stated the bolt head of the diff to be installed opposite of spur gear. Well, I choose the three gear during the build and not thinking, installed the diff backwards. The supplement did not state what side. Figured it gets installed the same with both transmissions. Technically it does(bolt head passenger side). The wording "opposite of spur gear" made me install it opposite the spur on a 3 gear. After toasting a diff, looked at the FL manual and diff bolt head is supposed to be on right side. My guess it loosened ever so slightly right after I adjusted it. Some claim it won't loosen regardless of direction, but I believe it will. I kept thinking to myself that I'm adjusting the diff way too often and finally hit me, lol. Just something to keep in mind, especially CE builds that choose the 3 gear. IMO, the supplement directions need more detail.
I got the B5M FL 3 gear, shall I install the bolt side towards the spur gear?
Have gear diff
Have you tried 2 gears in geardiff aswell?
Do you think my noice is that Ive instaled diff the wrong way?

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I got the B5M FL 3 gear, shall I install the bolt side towards the spur gear?
Have gear diff
Have you tried 2 gears in geardiff aswell?
Do you think my noice is that Ive instaled diff the wrong way?
Gear diff, not sure. I'm referring to ball diff.

The socket head if the diff bolt needs to be on passenger side of the car(right side if facing rear of car). The manual wording can be confusing referring to "the opposite side of spur gear" when building the 4 gear transmission. In a 4 gear, the spur is on driver side of the car. If you take that exact wording and apply to a 3 gear, the spur is on passenger side and opposite of that is driver side. Sounds like trig functions, lol. I should have known better when building the CE and looked at it in detail a bit more. I kinda thought it was odd installing the diff bolt head opposite of spur when using the three gear. Simple mistake and easily confused when choosing transmission. Just remember diff bolt head likes to ride shotgun!

Have Schelle carbide balls and ceramic thrust on way to rebuild.
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The socket head if the diff bolt needs to be on passenger side of the car(right side if facing rear of car). The manual wording can be confusing referring to "the opposite side of spur gear" when building the 4 gear transmission. In a 4 gear, the spur is on driver side of the car. If you take that exact wording and apply to a 3 gear, the spur is on passenger side and opposite of that is driver side. Sounds like trig functions, lol. I should have known better when building the CE and looked at it in detail a bit more. I kinda thought it was odd installing the diff bolt head opposite of spur when using the three gear. Simple mistake and easily confused when choosing transmission. Just remember diff bolt head likes to ride shotgun!
Thanks, I shall look that up!
Have you tried only two gears in diff?

How do I assemble transmission the easiest way?
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Got a question pertaining to a rebuild of ball diff. Should I replace the balls and flip the rings? Or can the rings be flipped and reuse the carbide balls? The diff only has 6-8/runs on it, but has been run a couple time when it barking. It's gritty. (Story behind loose diff is explained above).

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Oh this sis something I'm going to have to check. I'm sure I did what the manual said but I did install the 3 gear. So diff should be same side as spur?
Man, haven't even drove it yet and I'm doing it's first tear down..lol
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Oh this sis something I'm going to have to check. I'm sure I did what the manual said but I did install the 3 gear. So diff should be same side as spur?
Man, haven't even drove it yet and I'm doing it's first tear down..lol

Yes, the bolt head of the diff screw needs to be on spur side of the three gear. Always on passenger side(unless its European cars, lol) regardless of the transmission. They make it confusing by wording it in relation to spur.
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Oh this sis something I'm going to have to check. I'm sure I did what the manual said but I did install the 3 gear. So diff should be same side as spur?
Man, haven't even drove it yet and I'm doing it's first tear down..lol
Don't feel bad....I toasted my diff in 6-8 runs. And in-between those runs, I readjusted the diff like 3-4 times!
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Yes, the bolt head of the diff screw needs to be on spur side of the three gear. Always on passenger side(unless its European cars, lol) regardless of the transmission. They make it confusing by wording it in relation to spur.
Hey guess what I'm doing this morning guys,
I'm just glad it was mentioned so I didn't have issues on my first run..
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Thanks for the info guys. I don't know how they are doing things now but carbide balls should last more than the rings. When I used to race a lot (Worlds car, B2, B3 and B4) we used to flip the rings at least once. The thrust bearings are toast before the carbide diff balls. Most of the time the gritty feel was from the thrust bearing not the diff itself. Let me know if this has changed. I feel very, very old LOL.
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Keep note as which direction you install the diff in the 4 gear vs 3 gear. The manual for my CE, it stated the bolt head of the diff to be installed opposite of spur gear. Well, I choose the three gear during the build and not thinking, installed the diff backwards. The supplement did not state what side. Figured it gets installed the same with both transmissions. Technically it does(bolt head passenger side). The wording "opposite of spur gear" made me install it opposite the spur on a 3 gear. After toasting a diff, looked at the FL manual and diff bolt head is supposed to be on right side. My guess it loosened ever so slightly right after I adjusted it. Some claim it won't loosen regardless of direction, but I believe it will. I kept thinking to myself that I'm adjusting the diff way too often and finally hit me, lol. Just something to keep in mind, especially CE builds that choose the 3 gear. IMO, the supplement directions need more detail.
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