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Old 05-04-2006, 09:43 AM   #8431
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73375 RPM Heavy Duty Rod Ends Yellow 4-40 (blue)
73378 RPM Heavy Duty Rod Ends Yellow 4-40 (purple)
73377 RPM Heavy Duty Rod Ends Yellow 4-40 (yellow)
73372 RPM Heavy Duty Rod Ends Yellow 4-40 (black)

Each package contains 12 ball ends, and RPM offers shock shaft bottoms and shock spring cups too - although I'm pretty sure those are just for matching looks and are not actually "beefier" than stock as the ball ends are, someone correct me on that?
Thanks for the part number Any one use ti ball??? will the robinson ti ball fit or lunsford fit? what are their part number? sorry for noob q's my tc 4 is on the way and havent arrive
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Old 05-04-2006, 10:04 AM   #8432
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Thanks for the part number Any one use ti ball??? will the robinson ti ball fit or lunsford fit? what are their part number? sorry for noob q's my tc 4 is on the way and havent arrive
why would you want aftermarket ball studs??? the AE ones are great quality, you know they are the right size and are broached...

the part # for TC3 and TC4 FT screw kits are not the same...

the kit comes with FT Blue Aluminum screws already... if you're looking into the screw kit just for spares... you can get the TC4 FT screw kit but it is for the Team Car which means you will need to additionally purchase some of the screws that are new to the FT TC4 (i.e. 7869 4-40x3/4 FHCS)...
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The team kit comes with blue ft screw??? i know that the part number for the screw is diffrent but are they the same size? thanks
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The team kit comes with blue ft screw??? i know that the part number for the screw is diffrent but are they the same size? thanks
no no...

the #31054 TC4 FT Aluminum Screw kit is for use with a Team Kit.

as far as using a TC3 screw kit for a Team Kit TC4, it will be something like 90% compatible... there will be a few screws that are different...
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okay btw i see in their set up sheet, they are silver ball stud what are their part number. thanks
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Old 05-04-2006, 10:27 AM   #8437
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okay btw i see in their set up sheet, they are silver ball stud what are their part number. thanks
6276 .200 silver ballstud
6277 .300 silver ballstud
6278 .400 silver ballstud
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anyone knows a nice drift setup for a tc4?
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anyone knows a nice drift setup for a tc4?
i still don't get the whole "drift setup" thing... as of now everyone just spins the tires and the cars just hover while yo uuse the 2% of steering left to move...

that being said probably something like 60wt red springs all around with hard rubber tires or drift specific tires...
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anyone knows a nice drift setup for a tc4?
No, But I do know how to get them out of the way
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am03, i check their pricing is just about the same as lunsford titanium, which would be the better option?
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am03, i check their pricing is just about the same as lunsford titanium, which would be the better option?
screws or ball studs?

honestly i have never used the lunsford stuff... cause the stock AE stuff works flawlessly for me...
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ball studs, ae is made of alu while lunsfird made of ti
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i didnt notice that ae silver ball come in a pack of six.
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Associated's balls are steel

It's really not that big of deal.
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