Originally posted by work
ive read replacing the front stock gearbox with the square gearbox fixes the 1way stripping problem but what about if you place another square gearbox in the back? Would it free up the drivetrain or would it just add weight?
I´m also using the Square gearbox and really like it but it doesn´t help too much regarding the oneway gear problem.
Using the Square gearbox frees up the drivetrain as there is a perfect fit for the bearings. Using another one for the rear as I do frees up even more.
Additional you will have a much stiffer chassis as the Square gearbox doesn´t bend as the stock one.
I think the best fixes for the gear problem is using a frontdiff or going for a Jürgen oneway as this is made as with the TC3.
For additional help I´m using an additional bearings in the front plastic block (A8?) and the lightweight shaft. But I have to say the lightweight shaft doesn´t made any difference to me. I never broke a gear again after using the Jürgen oneway and the additional bearing. I just went for the new shaft as it´s a little lighter.
I now replaced the onewaygear after one year of use because of wear.