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Old 10-06-2010, 06:29 AM   #1
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Default Is Losi 2.0 Buggy and Tryggy rear diff the same

As title says, are they the same? Is the whole case with bearings and everything the same?

Basicly, will this Buggy rear diff setup fit right into my Truggy?
If the CVD is too short, thats not a problem!

Is Losi 2.0 Buggy and Tryggy rear diff the same-rear_diff.jpg

And while we are at it. How much is it really that DOES fit from one platform to another. I'm mostly concerned with what buggy stuff I can buy that will fit on a truggy. Is it only a small number of parts that does NOT fit or is it pretty much everything?
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i think they have different gear ratio's
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The R&P gears are the only things that are not the same.
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Only difference is the pinion gear. Buggy 13t Truggy 10t
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The ring gears are different too. If you go to a larger pinion you have to toto a snapper ring gear. So whTs te same on both buggy and truggy are the housing, pinion coupler, bearings, diff cup, sun gears and spider gears. At least for the pic you showed above.
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Only difference is the pinion gear. Buggy 13t Truggy 10t
I'm not familiar with all the parts name in English. What exactly is the pinion gear? Is that the one connected to the incoming CVD (from center diff?)

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The ring gears are different too. If you go to a larger pinion you have to toto a snapper ring gear. So whTs te same on both buggy and truggy are the housing, pinion coupler, bearings, diff cup, sun gears and spider gears. At least for the pic you showed above.
You have to check your typing, I have a hard time to follow you??!
What is EXACTLY do I need to change on the buggy one to fit the truggy one?
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I'm not familiar with all the parts name in English. What exactly is the pinion gear? Is that the one connected to the incoming CVD (from center diff?)



You have to check your typing, I have a hard time to follow you??!
What is EXACTLY do I need to change on the buggy one to fit the truggy one?
The buggy diff will not work on the truggy. They use different pinion and ring gears. The truggy uses a smaller pinion gear and a different ring gear.

ie.
Buggy:
http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...26-Rear/Detail
http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...ff-Ring/Detail

Truggy:
http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...Gear%2C/Detail
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As posted, pinion AND Ring gears are different as well as the CVD bone. It won't drop in without quite a bit of parts first.
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The buggy diff will not work on the truggy. They use different pinion and ring gears. The truggy uses a smaller pinion gear and a different ring gear.

ie.
Buggy:
http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...26-Rear/Detail
http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...ff-Ring/Detail

Truggy:
http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...Gear%2C/Detail

Thank you very very much, that is what I needed to know! Thank you!
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