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Old 09-29-2013, 04:05 AM   #1441
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Could be the screw is bent
I tried with brand new screws, same thing happened
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Grainger wins first leg of BRCA final round and comes 2nd to Elliott Harper in leg 2. All down to the final leg to decide the round and championship! Good luck Chris and go Schumacher!
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I tried with brand new screws, same thing happened
Than your graphite arm is bent..check the flatness..
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Final leg is a win for Chris Grainger and the Mi5 which should be enough to give him the British Championships - well done Chris!
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Final leg is a win for Chris Grainger and the Mi5 which should be enough to give him the British Championships - well done Chris!
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The rear right arm of my ride are binding when it is fully tightened. This arm had met least impact than other. I wonder what happened
Check that the nub isn't running against the bulkhead, maybe just sand off a little material and the put a chamfer on the top of the nub to be sure.

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Does someone have a link or part# for the blades I would need to run?
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Does someone have a link or part# for the blades I would need to run?
No need, as the diff itself comes with the same sliders as used on the Schuey diffs, albeit in the grey plastic. The kit black ones fit straight on.

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Anybody know a good setup running the lrp flow with the x20 10.5t and reedy sonic 13.5t in the mi5? Running carpet and tarmac
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No need, as the diff itself comes with the same sliders as used on the Schuey diffs, albeit in the grey plastic. The kit black ones fit straight on.

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If you buy the schui-packaged diff, it comes with slider inserts and rings. If you buy the spec-r packaged one for mi4, it doesn't come with the slider inserts or rings, and is a wee bit cheaper.

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If you buy the schui-packaged diff, it comes with slider inserts and rings. If you buy the spec-r packaged one for mi4, it doesn't come with the slider inserts or rings, and is a wee bit cheaper.

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I assume they both come with a spec-r header card then, as the one I picked up had sliders and all, with the spec-r header. Didn't realise there were two types.
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Tried to reassembly my geardiff yesterday to try to get it stop leaking. The o-rings were intact, and everything seems to be in the right order.

But it still leaks like crazy, any idears how to get it to stop, I have a race this weekend, and hoping to solve this before.

Any surgestion will be helpfull.
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I assume they both come with a spec-r header card then, as the one I picked up had sliders and all, with the spec-r header. Didn't realise there were two types.
There's this one, which is the Schumacher part number (but clearly looks to be packaged by Spec-R.. it's been a while since I bought one):
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...r-Differential

But there's also this one, which is actually quite a bit cheaper:
http://www.spec-r.com/default/index....roducts_id=209

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Tried to reassembly my geardiff yesterday to try to get it stop leaking. The o-rings were intact, and everything seems to be in the right order.

But it still leaks like crazy, any idears how to get it to stop, I have a race this weekend, and hoping to solve this before.

Any surgestion will be helpfull.
mine was like that too. ended up running an extra o-ring and it hasn't leaked since. just remember to check and change your shims accordingly.
hope this helps.
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Than your graphite arm is bent..check the flatness..
something bent or deform in the arm, a new one fix everything.
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