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Old 01-06-2017, 07:22 AM   #526
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I wonder if they plan on making a different tower and opting for the 31mm bodies. I guess the best thing to do is wait until the manual comes out like jmuck said.
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I'm not an engineer, but that shock length info came right from ae.
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I'm not an engineer, but that shock length info came right from ae.
I'm curious why they chose the 27.5mm bodies over the 31mm bodies.
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Not sure, but we will find out more in the next couple weeks with the Reedy race coming up.
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no wheels in kit, rear wheels are 9695 and 9696, front wheels are 92095 and 92096
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no wheels in kit, rear wheels are 9695 and 9696, front wheels are 92095 and 92096
This guy knows a thing or two.
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I hope to see the B64 in action at the reedy race.
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Here in Australia we run 17.5 4wd so we require lower-tooth spur gears (usually 75/72/69). Would anyone know if AE are making these sizes to fit directly to the center diff in the b64d? If so , would they be included in the kit ? Those running b44.3 had to chop=out the center of a lower-tooth spur gear in order to make them fit. Coming from a b44.2 i'm a bit worried that i'll be stuck with a center diff I can't fit a spur gear onto that I need .
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Here in Australia we run 17.5 4wd so we require lower-tooth spur gears (usually 75/72/69). Would anyone know if AE are making these sizes to fit directly to the center diff in the b64d? If so , would they be included in the kit ? Those running b44.3 had to chop=out the center of a lower-tooth spur gear in order to make them fit. Coming from a b44.2 i'm a bit worried that i'll be stuck with a center diff I can't fit a spur gear onto that I need .
I remember reading that at keast two spur gear sizes will fit.
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Here in Australia we run 17.5 4wd so we require lower-tooth spur gears (usually 75/72/69). Would anyone know if AE are making these sizes to fit directly to the center diff in the b64d? If so , would they be included in the kit ? Those running b44.3 had to chop=out the center of a lower-tooth spur gear in order to make them fit. Coming from a b44.2 i'm a bit worried that i'll be stuck with a center diff I can't fit a spur gear onto that I need .
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it looks very similar to b44.3 cenre diff, so you will probably have to do make your own hole again or maybe the carpet version's Slipper will use the B6 spur's and make it easier.

Unfortunately Aussie land is the only place running 17.5 4wd in the masses, so it's always a home made solution that needs to be done.
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78 and 81 for the gear diff.
69 72 75 78 81 for the slipper
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I wonder if they plan on making a different tower and opting for the 31mm bodies. I guess the best thing to do is wait until the manual comes out like jmuck said.
Yes. There should be an option tower for the 31mm bodies.
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does the 78 and 81 Tooth gears look to cover 13.5 sufficiently when using the gear diff?
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