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Old 10-03-2006, 10:21 AM   #1
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Default bk2 outdrives in bk1 tranny

i got a bk2 with a bk1 rear end and tranny. the rear hubs are mounted on the VLA arms so that the outer hole on the hub is on the inner hole on the arm. so the overall wheelbase on the car is 1 cm shorter. this doesnt allow me to use the outer hole on the arms for the shocks because they rub the rims. i tried moving the hub to the outermost hole like it should be but the dog bone didnt reach. i use the losi dog bones with the plastic end and the metal part is the longer kind. the tranny diff outdrives are the bk1 ones. are the bk2 ones longer and will they fit the bk1 tranny? i would like to have proper width on the car.

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The outdrives are not interchangeable. VLA hubs and arms will work fine. You must use the BK1 bones and hub spacers with the BK1 tranny.
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