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Old 12-27-2011, 03:51 PM   #1
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What are the significant differences between GT and GT2? I just picked up an old RC10 (I'm pretty sure it's NOT a GT2) and wondering what the parts compatability is. Every parts search for RC10 seems to come up with GT2.
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about the only thing parts compatible between the gt and the gt2 is the ball diff and the 3/16x3/8 bearings.
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Whats a good place for parts and info? Like exploded views. Team Associated doesnt have a lot.
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Here you go
http://teamassociated.com/manuals/RC10GT/
http://teamassociated.com/pdf/cars_a...drawing_gt.pdf

Tower hobbies still has most of this stuff stocked. just do a part number search.

There are basically no common parts between the gt and gt2
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