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Old 07-28-2011, 09:32 PM   #1
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Default TC4 Slipper?

I had a 21t pinion here so i am running that with the 72t spur and the car "seems" really slow with the Velineon system and it sounds like it is slipping hardcore. The gear mesh is great so that isn't an issue.

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Is the "diff thrust spring" the slipper on these cars? I have to admit i NEVER had any issues with my NTC3+ and never had to tear the differentials apart.

End stupid question

I'm confused on this one as the parts page shows a slipper spring and nut but that part (#6587) is not seen anywhere on the exploded views.

I'm going to have to open the diffs up to instal the out-drives and the CVD's anyways so if that's where i need to be I'll tighten it up a bit.
Curious on this one for sure though as in every vehicle i have ever owned a slipper adjustment has been an external adjustment.
Cameron - Edmonton Canada

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