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Old 11-02-2006, 06:28 AM   #1
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Default OS TZ/TM .18 crankshafts

I've been told that, with the exception of the pull-start nub and pilot/shaft variations, the timing is essentially identical. Is this true?
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I've looked at them and they look exactly the same. this is by eyeball. I think the only difference is for the T-maxx/Revo clutch nut and the pull start nub. other then that they look identical. The crank cases look identical too.
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