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Old 05-13-2015, 01:59 PM   #2521
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Im not sure what the M04 looks like mechanically, Ive never seen one
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Old 05-13-2015, 08:35 PM   #2522
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yes, it would be very similar to a ta05 m 4 chassis, driveline wise. The m 4 uses a gear diff stock and the v2 uses a ball diff un less you swapped it out.
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Okay guys Im not sure if I have a problem with my Ver2 build or I screwed the pooch somehow
I was installing the rear end last night and the dog bone and setup for the left rear
seems really tight almost to the point where I could say the dog bone isn't sitting in the axle properly
Any thoughts on if I could have put that dif together wrong or something else???
Mike
Anyone have any thoughts on this?
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Old 05-14-2015, 07:37 AM   #2524
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Anyone have any thoughts on this?
Check the diff, to see if it is assembled correctly. You may have the diff screw, nut and spring in the wrong diff halves.
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yes, it would be very similar to a ta05 m 4 chassis, driveline wise. The m 4 uses a gear diff stock and the v2 uses a ball diff un less you swapped it out.
Oh I see... Thanks for the info! I guess if you don't have the oil gear diff then my response is VOID.
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Anyone have any thoughts on this?
can you post a pic?
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Old 05-14-2015, 09:53 AM   #2527
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Thanks Mooby will do

Monsta I'll try to put a pix up but it looks normal its just tight!
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Monsta I'll try to put a pix up but it looks normal its just tight!
There is a right/wrong side the t-nut goes in. The instructions show that the diff halves flip from one picture (fig 1) to the next (fig 2).
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Old 05-14-2015, 12:22 PM   #2529
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There is a right/wrong side the t-nut goes in. The instructions show that the diff halves flip from one picture (fig 1) to the next (fig 2).
Okay gotta look into that
That kind of makes sense
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Old 05-14-2015, 02:11 PM   #2530
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There is a right/wrong side the t-nut goes in. The instructions show that the diff halves flip from one picture (fig 1) to the next (fig 2).
You called it, that's exactly what I didn't pick up
You would think that after the ball diffs I've built for our mini 03 n 05 that I would have noticed that!
I hope that someone at Tamiya picks that screwup in the drawings that you found
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You called it, that's exactly what I didn't pick up
You would think that after the ball diffs I've built for our mini 03 n 05 that I would have noticed that!
I hope that someone at Tamiya picks that screwup in the drawings that you found
Thank You Mooby!
If you look closely, the cartoon arrow twists.

Glad I could help. Putting the finishing touches on my Gold Ed. v2. I went w/ the gear diffs.
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Old 05-15-2015, 04:32 AM   #2532
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If you look closely, the cartoon arrow twists.

Glad I could help. Putting the finishing touches on my Gold Ed. v2. I went w/ the gear diffs.
Wow
After looking at it I figured out why I never noticed that arrow
I thought that it was just a ink problem with my manual
They should add the part numbers to that second part of the drawing
to avoid any confusion

Im just wondering how many others out there experienced the same problem
I did and never figured it out!

Are you planning on keeping the gearing stock or will you be upgrading the
gears for racing???
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Wow
After looking at it I figured out why I never noticed that arrow
I thought that it was just a ink problem with my manual
They should add the part numbers to that second part of the drawing
to avoid any confusion

Im just wondering how many others out there experienced the same problem
I did and never figured it out!

Are you planning on keeping the gearing stock or will you be upgrading the
gears for racing???
I built this kit for a TCS race next spring. I will be running GT-3, so I plan on gearing 88-49 64p, for a 3.70 fdr.
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I have a TA05 VII. I want to replace the bushings in the steering rack with bearings. The bushing part number is 19805185. I cannot find the size. I would like to install bearings, but I don'r know the size. Can you help me?
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Old 05-22-2015, 02:17 AM   #2535
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Anybody has some or know where i can get the tamiya 53990 ta05 bulkhead.
Realy like to have one>
checked tamiya usa and they have in stock but when i order i receive a message it't not in stock?

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