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Old 12-03-2012, 08:22 AM   #1756
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I just ordered some 1,000,000 from here:
http://www.tqrcracing.com/shop/produ....asp?p_id=3097

At least I hope it's 1,000,000. It has the proper part #, but I think it's a typo on TQ's page when they call it 1,000K

The only place I've found in the states so far that caries anything that heavy.

P.S. It's €XP€N$1V€ $H1T
1000K would be 1000000 in that 1K would be 1000. The part number is the same as the Spec R site for the right one anyway.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:40 AM   #1757
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Yeah, just thought of that. 1000 x 1000
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:58 AM   #1758
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I think they took care of that right here...(from the t4 ad)
your right they did mention the new bearing holder, but they should have mentioned if you want to use ball diff option(#305003) that it will not work with the T4 bearing holders, They have it in the manual that option(#305003) can be used, but little to my surprise i didn't know i could not use it without having to order another part to complete the change, and even then I'm guessing as to if i order the t3'12 eccentric Hubs that it will work or fit in the T4 bulkheads
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one thing i forgot to mention is I dont like how the shocks connect at the bottom of the shocks , kinda confused me why and how to get the shock threaded onto the screw that is already in the arm .... or did i miss something or is there a better what?
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Old 12-03-2012, 01:12 PM   #1760
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one thing i forgot to mention is I dont like how the shocks connect at the bottom of the shocks , kinda confused me why and how to get the shock threaded onto the screw that is already in the arm .... or did i miss something or is there a better what?
The steel ball in the shock eyelet has a hex to accommodate your wrench.
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one thing i forgot to mention is I dont like how the shocks connect at the bottom of the shocks , kinda confused me why and how to get the shock threaded onto the screw that is already in the arm .... or did i miss something or is there a better what?
Use a 3mm Allen wrench to screw the pivot ballonto the set screw in the arm.
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Old 12-03-2012, 01:15 PM   #1762
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your right they did mention the new bearing holder, but they should have mentioned if you want to use ball diff option(#305003) that it will not work with the T4 bearing holders, They have it in the manual that option(#305003) can be used, but little to my surprise i didn't know i could not use it without having to order another part to complete the change, and even then I'm guessing as to if i order the t3'12 eccentric Hubs that it will work or fit in the T4 bulkheads

Yeah, I guess I am not following you. The T4 uses completely different eccentrics, the T3's will not work as the bulkheads are narrower. Wont the T4 eccentrics work on the T3 ball diff? Maybe that is where I am confused.
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Yeah, I guess I am not following you. The T4 uses completely different eccentrics, the T3's will not work as the bulkheads are narrower. Wont the T4 eccentrics work on the T3 ball diff? Maybe that is where I am confused.
You're right. The T4 eccentrics will work with the ball diff. The bearings are the same diameter and the ball diff is the same width as the gear diff. There's no reason why an Xray ball diff shouldn't fit in the T4.
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oh ok thanks guys
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You're right. The T4 eccentrics will work with the ball diff. The bearings are the same diameter and the ball diff is the same width as the gear diff. There's no reason why an Xray ball diff shouldn't fit in the T4.
I will take some pics tonight to show you guys, i thought the same as you, they should fit and work fine, but thats not the case with mine.
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Old 12-03-2012, 05:49 PM   #1766
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I will take some pics tonight to show you guys, i thought the same as you, they should fit and work fine, but thats not the case with mine.
so here are some pics, this is my Xray ball diff(#305003) that was used in my t3'12 car

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Well, they say a picture tells a thousand words, but you only need two... Your Screwed

You're right, from the pictures it's the actual shape of the diff housing etc that will prevent it from mounting in the T4.

I would suggest going with the gear diff and trying different oils.
A gear diff will be faster anyway.

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Well then, learn something new every day!

So what feel are you looking for out of your diff? What surface & grip level is your track?
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Well, they say a picture tells a thousand words, but you only need two... Your Screwed

You're right, from the pictures it's the actual shape of the diff housing etc that will prevent it from mounting in the T4.

I would suggest going with the gear diff and trying different oils.
A gear diff will be faster anyway.

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lol, sorry for all the huge pics(wanted to get a few different shots to show, maybe i was missing something trying to get the diff to fit), it just really sucks as now i feel like i have a paper weight lying in my pit bag.
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would it fit if you removed the cover on the side of the diff?
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