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Old 04-17-2014, 01:49 AM   #901
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Was not worried, but thanks for the vote of confidence.
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Old 04-17-2014, 04:22 AM   #902
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If you are worried about buying from yo dog, don't be, I've been buying pimp parts for my tc6s for awhile now from the ass end of the planet and never had a issue

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Well except for that time the parts took a detour through Thailand.

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Was not worried, but thanks for the vote of confidence.
So SH, you are in Australia or Austria? I hope to travel to either place someday.
International mailing is not a problem, it just cost a little more.
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Old 04-17-2014, 06:03 AM   #904
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Australia...I think Austria is AUT or just AT one of those.
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Old 04-18-2014, 12:06 AM   #905
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Hello all. Which TLR piston do you use?

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Well except for that time the parts took a detour through Thailand.

Thanks Ed.
oh yeah! forgot about that one

still, turned up in the end though 8)

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Hello all. Which TLR piston do you use?

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Its mentioned in the last few pages.
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Old 04-18-2014, 09:24 PM   #908
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What shims are you guys running in the rear diff. I am looking at the manual posted here:

http://www.teamassociated.com/pdf/ca...6.2_Manual.pdf

Pages 6 and 7 show different positions for 31348 than page 31 does (page 31 shows shims on the outside along with different shims inside).

The diagrams on pages 6 & 7 in the manual that came with my kit shows different shim setups than the online manual does.

Like a previous poster said, my arms also feel tight.
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What shims are you guys running in the rear diff. I am looking at the manual posted here:

http://www.teamassociated.com/pdf/ca...6.2_Manual.pdf

Pages 6 and 7 show different positions for 31348 than page 31 does (page 31 shows shims on the outside along with different shims inside).

The diagrams on pages 6 & 7 in the manual that came with my kit shows different shim setups than the online manual does.

Like a previous poster said, my arms also feel tight.
Install as per page 6 as the downloaded version shows. I can't remember what my hard copy of the manual shows but best to my knowledge it is missing the installation of the smaller of the two shims?
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The manual that came with the kit shows two big shims on the inside of the diff case on the side gear side. It also shows one big shim on the inside of the diff case on the other side.

Page 31 shows small shims on the outside of both case sides, just like my TC 6.1 manual does.
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Old 04-19-2014, 07:45 AM   #911
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I noticed when you take a hard hit clipping a barrier or from another car. My camber or tow setting would change. I decided to see if I could make my own HD links using b4.2 low friction ball cups. Tell what you all think.

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Its mentioned in the last few pages.
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That was me 56 piston, I think it about even to a 3 hole 1.1,1.1,1.5 piston
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The manual that came with the kit shows two big shims on the inside of the diff case on the side gear side. It also shows one big shim on the inside of the diff case on the other side.

Page 31 shows small shims on the outside of both case sides, just like my TC 6.1 manual does.
I Have had a look at my hard copy & it does show two shims on the inside of the liquid side of the diff while the top half is only one shim.

Can anyone else chime in?
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The printed manual shows two large shims on the liquid side. The online manual shows a small and large shim on both sides.
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