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Old 07-04-2007, 09:41 PM   #20611
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Hi guys,
Did anyone know the CV driveshaft steel axles that can fit/replace Mi3 alloy axles?mine snap!please help.
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Old 07-04-2007, 11:28 PM   #20612
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I am pretty certain in the alst 3 pages someone posted the pn for the steel axles that will work on the Mi3. I think they were from an earlier schumacher sedan.
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Old 07-04-2007, 11:38 PM   #20613
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I believe the part no is u2151. and correct me if im wrong but i think they are from the Mission 1. myself and a few of the other UK drivers are running them and have had no problems, so they are worth a try in my opinion

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That's for the full assembly though. I don't think you can just get the steel dogbones.
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Old 07-05-2007, 03:39 PM   #20616
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And they will need some shiming to make them fit properly
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Old 07-05-2007, 05:41 PM   #20617
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That's for the full assembly though. I don't think you can just get the steel dogbones.
Steel? Great, more weight on already heavy car...
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Old 07-05-2007, 06:16 PM   #20618
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Steel? Great, more weight on already heavy car...
That little bit of weight difference don't mean anything. Its so little I'm pretty sure you can't notice it all. I would think a slightly bent alum driveshaft would 100% more noticable than a gram or two.
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hey paul,

i have a serious problem with my car.every time i go into a tight corner my car lifts an inside rear wheel and lets out a real loud farting sound.it is very similar to a "one cheek sneek" after 8 beers and a jar of pickled goose eggs.is this normal?

thanks alot for the help.i really value your oppinion on this issue.
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hey paul,

i have a serious problem with my car.every time i go into a tight corner my car lifts an inside rear wheel and lets out a real loud farting sound.it is very similar to a "one cheek sneek" after 8 beers and a jar of pickled goose eggs.is this normal?

thanks alot for the help.i really value your oppinion on this issue.
you need to quit letting sean mess with your stuff
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hey paul,

i have a serious problem with my car.every time i go into a tight corner my car lifts an inside rear wheel and lets out a real loud farting sound.it is very similar to a "one cheek sneek" after 8 beers and a jar of pickled goose eggs.is this normal?

thanks alot for the help.i really value your oppinion on this issue.
Sounds more like a driver error to me
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hey paul,

i have a serious problem with my car.every time i go into a tight corner my car lifts an inside rear wheel and lets out a real loud farting sound.it is very similar to a "one cheek sneek" after 8 beers and a jar of pickled goose eggs.is this normal?

thanks alot for the help.i really value your oppinion on this issue.
sounds right to me!
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That little bit of weight difference don't mean anything. Its so little I'm pretty sure you can't notice it all. I would think a slightly bent alum driveshaft would 100% more noticable than a gram or two.
My thinking is to finish a race,not a broken car.specially leading the race (due to some rough driving of other driver).so,i need more durable parts at the transmission area.save weight through titanium screw and hinge pin.
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And they will need some shiming to make them fit properly
How so?
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How so?
the axel pin holes are furthur out then the stock mi3
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