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Old 06-02-2006, 01:24 PM   #8536
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Graphite Rear Hubs A-9847
Graphite 1/2 Deg Rear Hub A-9852
Graphite 1 Deg Rear Hub A-9853

Not sure whether they're xxx-s or jrx-s off hand, but those are the part numbers anyway. One main advantage of the losi hubs is that you can change the toe in on the outside of the wishbone instead of changing the arm mounts.
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Old 06-02-2006, 07:11 PM   #8537
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Hey yall,i have a tc4 with a bmi chassis and was thinking of changing the gears to 64 pitch,what size spur gear should i run. Thanks
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Old 06-02-2006, 07:46 PM   #8538
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I like 96 but also run 100
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Old 06-07-2006, 05:15 AM   #8539
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to all tc4 owner, i need help, it's about the rear hub for tc-4 how many type are they? i didn't mean the material, but shape??? I look at the thread and found 2 different kind of hub? One rear hub look like yokomo SD rear hub, the one i have is original carbon made by associated. Are they interchangeable ? thanks in advance
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Old 06-07-2006, 05:50 AM   #8540
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There is only one rear hub for the tc4 made by associated.

The others hubs are losi hubs :

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Graphite Rear Hubs A-9847
Graphite 1/2 Deg Rear Hub A-9852
Graphite 1 Deg Rear Hub A-9853

Not sure whether they're xxx-s or jrx-s off hand, but those are the part numbers anyway. One main advantage of the losi hubs is that you can change the toe in on the outside of the wishbone instead of changing the arm mounts.
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Old 06-07-2006, 09:28 AM   #8541
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S_Fender: Thanks for your info, as i just back from LHS and buy LOSI rear hub parts no: A-9853, once istalled i foud that the associated MIP CVD too short and won't reach the diff outdrives. I really need information, do i have to changes the LOSI MIP CVD as well. The reason i'm buying rear hub from losi because mine which is made by AE broken and the LHS stock for rear hub are empty and on backorder, therefore i give a shot using Losi rear hub.

Can anyone that use losi hub on their TC-4 help me please, once again thanks in advance.
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Old 06-07-2006, 11:12 AM   #8542
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I have tested the same rear hubs and there is no problem with it.
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Old 06-07-2006, 05:13 PM   #8543
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You may have gotten the offset Losi hubs that will move the CVD out further from the diff... you need the non offset 0 or 1 degree hubs from Losi. The two are very different in appearance. I added two pics of my car with the standard Losi 0 degree 0 offset rear hubs... hope this helps a bit.
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You may have gotten the offset Losi hubs that will move the CVD out further from the diff... you need the non offset 0 or 1 degree hubs from Losi. The two are very different in appearance. I added two pics of my car with the standard Losi 0 degree 0 offset rear hubs... hope this helps a bit.
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DaveW: can you please tell me the losi rear hub parts number, yesterday i bought: LOSA-9854 (0 Deg Graphite Offset RR Hubs:XXX-S)
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With the FT TC4 what is the largest size spur you can fit in? also what is the smallest?
Running 48 pitch gears.

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The following hubs are the non-offset hubs from Losi.

LOSA9847 0 Degree
LOSA9852 1/2 Degree
LOSA9853 2 Degree

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Kraig: Thanks for your information, LOSA 9847--0 deg rear hub i think the one i 'm looking for, thanks mate
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Yep, looks like you got the offset hubs on your car. Kraig hit ya with the correct part #'s. You should hit his website up and check out his deals... he is always on the ball!!

My apologies for such a slow response...
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You may have gotten the offset Losi hubs that will move the CVD out further from the diff... you need the non offset 0 or 1 degree hubs from Losi. The two are very different in appearance. I added two pics of my car with the standard Losi 0 degree 0 offset rear hubs... hope this helps a bit.

hey Davew, im just wondering what springs are those (the brand and what lbs)

thanks
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