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Old 06-15-2011, 06:56 AM   #1
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Default Touring Car Spring Length

I dont mean to start a new thread, but i asked this question in the other spring thread but everyone only talks about the rates, i want to know the Inner diameter and spring length.
I need a spring that is the same length as Tamiya M chassis springs, but with inner diameter of standard TC TRF springs.
So far the only great ones for my application is the Yokomo MR-4TC springs from 10 years ago, they have an inner diameter of 13.5-13.7mm and the length varies from 22mm to 23.5mm. However these are now obsolete and impossible to get hold off.
Length of 20-22mm would be ideal for me. Any help from you memberes expeienced with springs would be great.
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Old 06-15-2011, 08:27 AM   #2
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Check Rcmart.com, I've seen they have some Tamaiya springs. Otherwise, why don't change the damper to an updated model, like the Tamaiya TRF dampers or similar?
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