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Old 02-04-2010, 02:31 PM   #886
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Originally Posted by k_bojar View Post
so they bolt right up to the F103's t-plate?

does this effect the F103's rear axel and diff parts? or will that need to be swapped out as well?

and you just made my day
Yep, bolt right up.

I've been running mine for months. I have the aluminum set.

Now when you smack the wall with the rear wheel the side plates don't break.
It will kill your bearings, axle, wheels and will even pop the endbell off your silver can motor!
I run the steel axle now and those are the end results to my wall smacks since the carbon and aluminum axles are now long gone.

I don't mind, I just keep bearings handy since I can't stay off the wall, too inviting to pass it up.

I modified the axel adjuster/eccentrics to allow for more ride height by filing down the adjuster right down to the bearing which allows the axle to ride lower in the side frame. I take up the extra space by installing a set screw into the top of the plastic adjuster.
Works well, I can now run my foams til they scream for help.
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