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Old 02-10-2015, 05:46 AM   #421
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Wondering if above puck system will work on t5m.
It won't, sorry.
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MIP already has the diff halves done. Now they just need the bimetal bone. I dont think it will take that long.
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any suggestions on what to run for axles? Was hoping that they would come out at the same time the arms did.
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Front or Rear..??

For the rear you can still use the B5 rear axles and rear hex for the time being.. but your going to have about a 5~6mm narrower rear end width on the truck

Now for the Front your going to need to use a RB6 front axle and space it out about 4~6mm so that it sits flush with the rear bearing in the front hub
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Front or Rear..??

For the rear you can still use the B5 rear axles and rear hex for the time being.. but your going to have about a 5~6mm narrower rear end width on the truck

Now for the Front your going to need to use a RB6 front axle and space it out about 4~6mm so that it sits flush with the rear bearing in the front hub
Sorry, inner axle.
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Old 02-10-2015, 12:29 PM   #426
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Inner axle.... what about a 22T drive shaft..? looks to be pretty dead on for the length..?

Might be worth a try
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Any idea if it will match up with the cvd?
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Old 02-10-2015, 06:00 PM   #428
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Will find out this week... around Friday
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Never mind, from looking at pics they are different at the cv
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Hmmm...

Well I will try out the B5 rear axle with the 22T dog bone later this well and post up if they work
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The losi ones are backwards from the associated ones. Losi ones are smaller on the outer half.

These look like they might work but hate to waste the money to find out they won't fit.

http://www.amain.com/team-durango-96mm-driveshaft-set-2/p237761

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Those look close.. length might be a tad bit long..1~2mm if that ...
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Now for the AE vs the Losi bones might be worth a try.. I have access to them for free99 ... doesn't hurt to try

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The losi ones are backwards from the associated ones. Losi ones are smaller on the outer half.

These look like they might work but hate to waste the money to find out they won't fit.

http://www.amain.com/team-durango-96...-set-2/p237761

Who wants to try it and let us all know?
http://www.amain.com/team-losi-racin...q_waAkCh8P8HAQ
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has anybody run into this yet?


there is almost a 3 millimeter gap with the truck arm where the buggy are most bolted up solid with minimum play. the manual is not out yet so I don't know if they plan on running a spacer there for an additional wheelbase adjustment or what?
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