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Old 05-25-2004, 03:08 PM   #3091
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put them in boiling water for some time.
Agree.............. had to do this when i got my new racy bulkheads. Had to boil some water and placed the alum bulkheads in them.

But i recommend just changing bearings.
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Old 05-25-2004, 04:12 PM   #3092
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1150 = 11mm outer, 5mm inner and 4mm wide.


You mounties hibernate for winter??
Bearings are all 1150 (axles)- 11mm outer, 5mm inner, 4mm wide
1510 (bulkhead diffs)- 15mm outer, 1mm inner???, 4mm wide

the second one sounds wrong 1 mm? or is it right
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diff bearings are going to be 15 x 10 id...
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Old 05-25-2004, 06:00 PM   #3094
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ok thanx!!!

so all 4mm wide
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Old 05-26-2004, 09:19 AM   #3095
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Agree.............. had to do this when i got my new racy bulkheads. Had to boil some water and placed the alum bulkheads in them.

But i recommend just changing bearings.
For how long? Assuming I only want to change the bearing for the pulleys on the rear bulkheads, will boiling it affect the diff bearings?
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Old 05-26-2004, 09:22 AM   #3096
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Is it possible to install a 415 front and rear damper stay on a 414M kit?
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Old 05-26-2004, 09:37 AM   #3097
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The rear shock tower is too wide at the point where it is screwed on the rear bulkhead. The 414 has a narrower rear end.

I have not tried the front.
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The rear shock tower is too wide at the point where it is screwed on the rear bulkhead. The 414 has a narrower rear end.

I have not tried the front.
Too bad... It would be nice to have a different looking 414.
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Old 05-26-2004, 03:18 PM   #3099
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For how long? Assuming I only want to change the bearing for the pulleys on the rear bulkheads, will boiling it affect the diff bearings?
Boil some water and let it cool down for about 1min. Drop the bulk heads in, by doing this the alloy stretches temporarily therefore loosen its grip on the bearing.

Preety much the same technique used one removing bearing on a real car block. Hope this helps.

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Boil some water and let it cool down for about 1min. Drop the bulk heads in, by doing this the alloy stretches temporarily therefore loosen its grip on the bearing.

Preety much the same technique used one removing bearing on a real car block. Hope this helps.

Luie
Actually not

The bearings are glued to the bulkheads they're not kept in place by constraint, so you need to break the glue, and how do you do that ? You put the part in BOILING (I insist on that) water for like 10 minutes and then you need to hit the bearings. They won't come easily either.

When you put them back in, don't glue them it's not really useful.
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Ok I just bought a 414m2 and need to know something. Are the TA04 belts the same?
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Ok I just bought a 414m2 and need to know something. Are the TA04 belts the same?
The front low friction belts can be used for the 414M. I'm not sure on the TA04 rear belts.
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Ok I just bought a 414m2 and need to know something. Are the TA04 belts the same?
you can use the 415 rear belt, but not the front. TA04 belts are the same as on the 414M.
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Where can I get Hop Ups for my TRF 414M2?
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