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Old 06-20-2017, 05:34 AM   #11401
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I have a front spool on this car. Looking for aluminium drive cups for it rather than the steel ones it comes with. Anyone know if they exist?
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I have a front spool on this car. Looking for aluminium drive cups for it rather than the steel ones it comes with. Anyone know if they exist?
No but you can use the TA06 light weight ones with blades. Or you can use a Ta05 aluminium ball diff and use delrin inserts instead of balls.

#53919 in combination with #51212 (#53988) and #54424.

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No but you can use the TA06 light weight ones with blades. Or you can use a Ta05 aluminium ball diff and use delrin inserts instead of balls.

#53919 in combination with #51212 (#53988) and #54424.

Or

# 54544

Thanks. That's exactly the information I am looking for.

Do you think there is much weight to save with the TA 06 lightweight ones over the standard ones? The standard ones I have, have 4 slots anyway, but are not wide to fit blades.
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Thanks. That's exactly the information I am looking for.

Do you think there is much weight to save with the TA 06 lightweight ones over the standard ones? The standard ones I have, have 4 slots anyway, but are not wide to fit blades.
About 2 grams per drivecup. They have cutouts too.
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