HELP!!! I just ran the car and it was running well and everything was good, until......I decided to try my rubber tires so I changed the wheels on my F103 and now the damn diff won't act right.
I changed the wheels, moved the trust bearing assembly to the new wheel, and put it back together. Now the diff is slipping when I set the diff action at about medium. I'm not sure if I got the concave(cone)washers facing the wrong direction or if I did something wrong to the diff balls and rings.
SO I got two question that I think might be the problem:
1. Which direction should those three concave washers be facing. When I took it apart they were all facing the same way stacked ontop of each other. Is this how their supposed to be. If it is, which way should the dish be facing. In toward the wheel, or out toward the thrust bearing?
2. Also, are the diff rings and ball supposed to be greased or not. I thought I saw a small amount of grease on there when I took it apart, so I added some. Was this a bad thing?
Hit me with some answers as soon as possible guys. Remember this is my first Tamiya F1, so this whole trust bearing in the wheel thing is new to me.
Thanks for any help you can give.