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Old 06-15-2015, 10:18 PM   #106
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Looked into the T5m to SC5m parts conversion a little more. There seems to be some errors in the Associated parts spreadsheet. Lots of B5 only parts (like arms and shock towers) are listed as being compatible with the SC5m. Near as I can tell, these are the parts needed for a conversion (excluding wheels and body):

71025 SC5M Chassis
71027 SC5M Chassis Cradle
71028 SC5M Side Guards
71029 SC5M Front Bumper
71030 SC5M Rear Bumper
71031 SC5M Body Mounts
71032 M2.5 x 14mm SHCS
71033 SC5M Front Axle
71037 M3 x 45mm BHCS

And maybe these screws:
25204 M3 x 16mm Flat Head Hex Screw
89205 M3 x 26mm BHC Screw
89453 3 x 35mm BHC Screw

Not sure why the front axle would be different than the T5m.

71034 Clamping Wheel Hex, 6.0mm - is also listed, but I assume that is an upgrade.
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Old 06-15-2015, 10:25 PM   #108
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Not sure why the front axle would be different than the T5m.
The B4 and SC10 used the same axle if my memory serves correct.
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The B4 and SC10 used the same axle if my memory serves correct.
I recall that for the bearing wheels. but i think the hex used different axles and hexes.
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I recall that for the bearing wheels. but i think the hex used different axles and hexes.
Yup the B4 T4 and SC10 all used different front axles and hexes!

The front axle of the SC5M is narrower than the T5M just like the previous generation. The 6mm clamping hex is for the front. The truck will use the same wheels as the sc10.
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so anyone hear a good date yet?
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Old 06-16-2015, 09:19 AM   #112
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I recall that for the bearing wheels. but i think the hex used different axles and hexes.
This is what i remember seeing...its been sooo long since bearing wheels...

http://www.amain.com/rc-cars/team-as...sc9789/p162586
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All that maters is...I was right lol.
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All that maters is...I was right lol.
I was right too..I said B4 and SC10. Not B4.2 and SC10.2. Clearly i was referring to bearing wheels .
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yes, because a bearing wheel conversation is so relevant, lol.
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so does anyone think that this thing will work better with a heavy pack vs a light pack? After owning a sc10.2 that had to be weighed down like a dead body the mob is trying to get rid of, i assume this truck will to?
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so does anyone think that this thing will work better with a heavy pack vs a light pack? After owning a sc10.2 that had to be weighed down like a dead body the mob is trying to get rid of, i assume this truck will to?
I wouldn't be so sure, the B5 platform, by all accounts, is much better then the B4. I would expect to see the same level of improvement in the SC5M over the SC10.2
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so are the st truck shocks the same size as the sc?
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so are the st truck shocks the same size as the sc?
Yes
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cool thank you , what about the turn buckets and front axels?
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