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pawpaw 08-28-2009 06:08 PM

associated 10t
 
i have a 10t and i am looking for a diff plate eney info will help

o it has never been out of the box untill tonight

LOSTTHEMOJO 08-28-2009 06:54 PM

Well, i have a RC10T complete roller(has motor, ESC, and servo) plus a few parts that i'm trying 2 get sold so if ur intersted, LMK!!!!!!!;):D:nod:

OG RC 10T 08-28-2009 07:00 PM

I may have one, just what exactly are you calling a diff plate.

LOSTTHEMOJO 08-28-2009 07:04 PM

R u talking about th transmission brace mayb??????;):)

pawpaw 09-06-2009 06:00 PM

the truck has a ball diff and i only have one plate for it
that is the only thing that was not in the kit when i opend it last friday

racer1812 09-06-2009 07:18 PM

you mean a diff. ring, look in the manual (if you have it) and find the part number they still make them..

I think these are the ones not 100% sure
http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LX2872&P=7

racer1812 09-06-2009 07:23 PM

Why are you building an original 10t that's never been opened. Collectors would kill you..:weird:

OG RC 10T 09-06-2009 08:32 PM

Thats what I was thinking, now where was that internet rifle again. :lol:

Bugle 09-06-2009 08:36 PM

Nothing wrong with building a new 10T, running it is another thing.
Can't understand why people would want to stare at a box of bits, when they could build the car, then be able to admire both the nice new built car and the box.

racer1812 09-06-2009 08:48 PM


Originally Posted by Bugle (Post 6310219)
Nothing wrong with building a new 10T, running it is another thing.
Can't understand why people would want to stare at a box of bits, when they could build the car, then be able to admire both the nice new built car and the box.

+1 but you know how those collector freaks are, shelves full of boxes to stare at. You know the ones that still live in their mom's basement and wonder why they don't get any....well you know...:lol:


Oh the haters are gonna hammer me on that one..:p

pullinteef 09-06-2009 08:50 PM


Originally Posted by Bugle (Post 6310219)
Nothing wrong with building a new 10T, running it is another thing.
Can't understand why people would want to stare at a box of bits, when they could build the car, then be able to admire both the nice new built car and the box.

I agree completely. What really confuses me is collecting kits as an "investment". Is the potential profit really worth the time, effort, and space (for people with really big collections) required to hold onto 30 year old Tamiya kits for a few hundred dollars in profit? I built a new Tamiya Wild one a while back and run it occasionally, would not have given me the same enjoyment sitting in the box.

OG RC 10T 09-06-2009 09:05 PM

Keeping it in the box, just knowing there will never be any more produced, is enjoyment enough. I run my 10t on occasion, but built a nib one and sold it a couple years back, and have been regretting it ever since.

racer1812 09-06-2009 09:21 PM

My 2 buddies and I all have original RC10's that are built and never run, and we never will run them. The only reason I keep it is because I may never see a never run one agian, but I'm not a don't open the box kind of guy either.

All this because some poor guy needs diff rings..:lol::lol:

Bugle 09-06-2009 09:29 PM

Yeah good thing they're the same as B44 diff rings, won't be discontinued any time soon!

racer1812 09-06-2009 09:33 PM


Originally Posted by Bugle (Post 6310440)
Yeah good thing they're the same as B44 diff rings, won't be discontinued any time soon!

The B44 uses diff rings from the original stealth?? Thought they would have used the ones from the newer 2.6 trannies, unless they needed the smaller diff gear.


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