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Old 01-25-2010, 11:04 PM   #736
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I don't have a picture now, check page 5 of your manual which is the diff build. The final picture shows the completed diff with the 1510 bearings being put on, before you put the bearings on the outdrives you would put the 0.1 shims on first.
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Old 01-25-2010, 11:07 PM   #737
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0.1 refers to the thickness right? what about the circumference?
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I don't have a picture now, check page 5 of your manual which is the diff build. The final picture shows the completed diff with the 1510 bearings being put on, before you put the bearings on the outdrives you would put the 0.1 shims on first.
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Old 01-25-2010, 11:19 PM   #738
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0.1 is the thickness and it's a 10mm shim.

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Old 01-25-2010, 11:33 PM   #739
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A bit confuse here but as far as i know upon installation of the Tamiya aluminium diff holders there are only 3 bearings involve. bearing 850 2 pcs and 1 thrust bearing.

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Old 01-25-2010, 11:37 PM   #740
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Not inside the diff, they go outside into the eccentric bearing holders which fit in the bulkhead.
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Old 01-26-2010, 12:11 AM   #741
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Yes i get what you mean. I think you are referring to the original plastic diff holders. The aluminium one does not use that bearing as the tensioner of the pulley is also supplied along with 53919 aluminium differential holder. Tried using the bearing on it but it will only be hanging on the outdrives

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Old 01-26-2010, 05:57 PM   #742
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Yes i get what you mean. I think you are referring to the original plastic diff holders. The aluminium one does not use that bearing as the tensioner of the pulley is also supplied along with 53919 aluminium differential holder. Tried using the bearing on it but it will only be hanging on the outdrives

No, he is referring to the plastic diff holders that came with the aluminum bulkhead. Please post a pic of your issue, we will try to help you out. I have the alum diff and bulkhead..

Here is the latest pic of my build. Still waiting for my last bag of Hop-ups!

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Chris: I really like the way you used one of those half-sized aileron servos and shoved the receiver right behind it! Nice, compact fit!
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Chris: I really like the way you used one of those half-sized aileron servos and shoved the receiver right behind it! Nice, compact fit!
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Chris: I really like the way you used one of those half-sized aileron servos and shoved the receiver right behind it! Nice, compact fit!

Thanks... I had another 3mm of space to spare so that is where I housed the extra wire. The only thing that I do not like is that the Tekin motor weighs about 18 grams more than the LRP x12. Still thinking about switching it back to the LRP... But then again I spent all that time with the blue wire! LOL

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Thanks... I had another 3mm of space to spare so that is where I housed the extra wire. The only thing that I do not like is that the Tekin motor weighs about 18 grams more than the LRP x12. Still thinking about switching it back to the LRP... But then again I spent all that time with the blue wire! LOL

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No, he is referring to the plastic diff holders that came with the aluminum bulkhead. Please post a pic of your issue, we will try to help you out. I have the alum diff and bulkhead..

Here is the latest pic of my build. Still waiting for my last bag of Hop-ups!

uh oh.. did you file down your chassis?

make sure the TCS police doesnt see that.
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uh oh.. did you file down your chassis?

make sure the TCS police doesnt see that.


Only way to make my existing lipo fit. It is only on one side and it'll be replaced with foam. I'm sure my genuine titanium screws will win them over! Hahahaha!!
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Only way to make my existing lipo fit. It is only on one side and it'll be replaced with foam. I'm sure my genuine titanium screws will win them over! Hahahaha!!
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Skitee, found whats wrong with the slight play, problem solved. Thanks.
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