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Old 07-18-2014, 03:20 PM   #751
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Just ordered my TB04 II + stabiliser and spool from RCMarket. Kit is back ordered so will probably be a couple of weeks.
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Old 07-20-2014, 03:35 AM   #752
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Just install db02 steel miter gears into my tb 04 (non pro).. Till date.. Total 4 pieces of non carbon miter gear gave way. And 1 set of ring gear set.. Where can I buy steel ring gear sets. Saw some one with titanium gears. Not sure where part. Also broke my plastic 1A. Replaced with 1B cos my LHS no more 1A. I also want to buy front CVD. Isit TB03 front cvd works? Also should I buy 44mm or 46mm cvd from TB03. Thanks all in advance.

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Old 07-20-2014, 08:57 PM   #753
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Can anyone tell me if there is a non carbon-reinforced version of 54580 that also works with Tamiya DCJs?
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Can anyone tell me if there is a non carbon-reinforced version of 54580 that also works with Tamiya DCJs?
yes ,it will work with the DCJ, the c-hub is carbon reinforced
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Just install db02 steel miter gears into my tb 04 (non pro).. Till date.. Total 4 pieces of non carbon miter gear gave way. And 1 set of ring gear set.. Where can I buy steel ring gear sets. Saw some one with titanium gears. Not sure where part. Also broke my plastic 1A. Replaced with 1B cos my LHS no more 1A. I also want to buy front CVD. Isit TB03 front cvd works? Also should I buy 44mm or 46mm cvd from TB03. Thanks all in advance.

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Hi, can share more info on the metal gears? Part no. & where to get? Thanks!
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How come some people are stripping so many milter gears?
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Old 07-21-2014, 03:19 AM   #757
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Hi, can share more info on the metal gears? Part no. & where to get? Thanks!
I got mine from Tamiya Singapore agent. Took a month to arrive at around S$28-30. No shipping charges collect from shop. 4 pieces in a bag.

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Old 07-21-2014, 03:21 AM   #758
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How come some people are stripping so many milter gears?
I stripped total 2 sets already of non carbon miter gear. Now running the DB02 steel miter gear. I believe I tried my best to shim well. Could Carbon reinforce gear case helps.

Also, any one can tell me should I buy 44mm or 46mm cvd for my tb04 non pro.

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I got my TB04 Pro V11 2 days ago. As I assemble my shocks I discover that one of the shock body is different. I discover this as I fill it with shock oil, I could not screw down the top end cap all the way down. The other 3 fits fine. As I disassemble and compare with the other 3..I can see that it has a different shock body.

Does anyone else have this problem? I purchase mine from Banzai and I email them yesterday. I just want to return the shock body for the proper one. Please help

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I stripped total 2 sets already of non carbon miter gear. Now running the DB02 steel miter gear. I believe I tried my best to shim well. Could Carbon reinforce gear case helps.

Also, any one can tell me should I buy 44mm or 46mm cvd for my tb04 non pro.

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If you buy the dual joints 44. Regular cvd 46mm
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I got my TB04 Pro V11 2 days ago. As I assemble my shocks I discover that one of the shock body is different. I discover this as I fill it with shock oil, I could not screw down the top end cap all the way down. The other 3 fits fine. As I disassemble and compare with the other 3..I can see that it has a different shock body.

Does anyone else have this problem? I purchase mine from Banzai and I email them yesterday. I just want to return the shock body for the proper one. Please help

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FYI, Banzai replied back. They asked of pictures
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If you buy the dual joints 44. Regular cvd 46mm
Dual join as in double cardan joint. tB04 need regular cvd will do right. My dog bone left side always drops out. Never the right side. Thanks
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For those who are stripping the regular plastic miter gears, are you upgrading to the carbon-reinforced ones (54593) throughout, or are you also throwing the metal ones in (19804570 from DB02)? I'd rather strip something that's more easily accessible, but optimally I'd prefer not strip anything.

Just curious how you guys are handling this and how many are affected? I'm looking at 25.5 power uses here.
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for the fronts, 44mm dcjs work fine... but i think swapping out the shaft with a 42mm works better (running C-C blocks in front, TB03 spool)

for the rear, depends on how much or how little toe-in you run. currently running XA-C at the rear and the 44mm universals bind. had to swap out to 42mm universals to get the rear to work properly (gear diff with alum lighweight outdrives).
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For those who are stripping the regular plastic miter gears, are you upgrading to the carbon-reinforced ones (54593) throughout, or are you also throwing the metal ones in (19804570 from DB02)? I'd rather strip something that's more easily accessible, but optimally I'd prefer not strip anything.

Just curious how you guys are handling this and how many are affected? I'm looking at 25.5 power uses here.
haven't stripped any gears since i bought the car. i run 12TBL with Life packs (which is a little bit faster than 17.5 blinky on lipo) and race every other Saturday with it. just make sure you shim properly. i also apply a thin coat of tamiya ceramic gears to the tb04's gears (including the diff's main gears)
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