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Old 01-29-2020, 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Jim85IROC
Does anybody know of a wheel that has the same offset as the 22T 4.0 wheel, but with less thickness between the hex and the outer surface where the nut tightens to? I bought a set of TLR7003 wheels for my SC5M drag car build because I need to pull in the track width a bit, but there's so much material between the hex and where the wheel nut goes that I can't get any thread engagement on the axle shafts. The Team Associated wheels have a much thinner wall in this area.
Barrel nuts should solve that problem.
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Old 02-04-2020, 10:36 AM
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Something went out with my transmission or slipper last day at the track. No matter how much i tighten the slipper nut it still acts as if its too loose. I haven't torn into it yet but i cleaned everything and changed the pads at the track and still have the same problem. If I wanted to would the 5.0 buggy's top shaft and slipper fit the T 4.0's trans? I thought i saw somewhere that the cases were the same but not sure if i saw right. My Orion Ultimate 7.5 is tuned for torque mostly and i wondered if i may have overpowered the slipper, I do have carbon fiber pads in the truck and it ran fine outdoor season and 4 days indoor with them. Maybe just the plates are worn?
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Old 02-04-2020, 11:13 AM
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Originally Posted by dswear22
Something went out with my transmission or slipper last day at the track. No matter how much i tighten the slipper nut it still acts as if its too loose. I haven't torn into it yet but i cleaned everything and changed the pads at the track and still have the same problem. If I wanted to would the 5.0 buggy's top shaft and slipper fit the T 4.0's trans? I thought i saw somewhere that the cases were the same but not sure if i saw right. My Orion Ultimate 7.5 is tuned for torque mostly and i wondered if i may have overpowered the slipper, I do have carbon fiber pads in the truck and it ran fine outdoor season and 4 days indoor with them. Maybe just the plates are worn?
yeah it all fits. Sure it's not your diff?
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Old 02-04-2020, 04:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Tacoracer81
yeah it all fits. Sure it's not your diff?
Not sure yet but I do have the aluminum serpent gear diff in it. Should have said that. Would it do this if the diff leaked dry?
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Any chance a new truck is soon to come out? This thing is over 2 years old. Id like to buy a truck but dont want to get one and it be obsolete right away
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Old 02-05-2020, 08:39 AM
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Originally Posted by rwhitaker04
Any chance a new truck is soon to come out? This thing is over 2 years old. Id like to buy a truck but dont want to get one and it be obsolete right away
No new truck coming out in the near future.
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Thanks frank.
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Old 02-14-2020, 09:35 AM
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I was looking over Frank's indoor carpet setup. It says 80k diff fluid, is that right? Everywhere else I'm seeing 5k-10k. Just wanted to make sure that isn't supposed to be 8k.
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So is everyone retrofitting the 5.0 bulkhead and drilling holes to accomodate the 5.0 steering. I have a kit coming. Are you using the elite rear hub / camber block (TLR334051) as well? I'm going to build the kit with the elite c & d blocks, 5.0 ackerman and curved ball cups.
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Originally Posted by Tacoracer81
So is everyone retrofitting the 5.0 bulkhead and drilling holes to accomodate the 5.0 steering. I have a kit coming. Are you using the elite rear hub / camber block (TLR334051) as well? I'm going to build the kit with the elite c & d blocks, 5.0 ackerman and curved ball cups.
TLR made a blog post on how to do this. Search putting 5.0 steering rack on 22T 4.0 by JR Mitch.
I believe this is the steering Dakotah is running.
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Old 03-13-2020, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Tacoracer81
So is everyone retrofitting the 5.0 bulkhead and drilling holes to accomodate the 5.0 steering. I have a kit coming. Are you using the elite rear hub / camber block (TLR334051) as well? I'm going to build the kit with the elite c & d blocks, 5.0 ackerman and curved ball cups.
I don't believe the rear vha hubs will work as the 22t arms are not designed for vha yet.
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Originally Posted by GettinLapped
I don't believe the rear vha hubs will work as the 22t arms are not designed for vha yet.
The axle will also be an issue. The one that comes with the VHA won't work on the 22t.
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What are people doing for battery retention? I saw some pictures of Dakotah's 22T and I don't see the big swinging plastic brace. I was hoping for something like the carbon fiber and bands you get on the TLR22 5.0

I am just finishing my build, and I realized I'd have to use extra wire if I need to make it long enough to swing out of the way of that giant battery hold down gate.

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Originally Posted by Ragafoo
TLR made a blog post on how to do this. Search putting 5.0 steering rack on 22T 4.0 by JR Mitch.
I believe this is the steering Dakotah is running.
from the pics i saw dakotah is running the prototype steering rac that the team got for the 4.0 buggy...i do have the 5.o part on my 4.o truck...

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Originally Posted by GettinLapped
I don't believe the rear vha hubs will work as the 22t arms are not designed for vha yet.
you are correct. My plan b on a lot of parts was to upgrade my sons 5.0 sr, luckily no love lost!

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Front or rear mount on high bite clay? A lot of setups say front but Mr Phend is running them rear
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