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Old 09-21-2013, 09:13 PM
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i assume you have the 2.0 buggy parts on your car?
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i assume you have the 2.0 buggy parts on your car?
Yep. New spindles, casters, rack, TiCN shafts, shock seals & machined internals and rear hubs. Only thing I'm missing is the TiCN hinge pin kit.

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Old 09-23-2013, 04:39 PM
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Is all that is needed to use the 2.0 steering rack in the SCT. part #'s TLR 231013 and TLR 6028? Also any tricks or tips to doing this?

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Originally Posted by bprc10T3 View Post
Is all that is needed to use the 2.0 steering rack in the SCT. part #'s TLR 231013 and TLR 6028? Also any tricks or tips to doing this?

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6028 is the 4-40 ballstud that is currently used on the servo horn and drag link mount on the rak.

i think you can use the ones from the original rack, i am not aware of any hardware change there.
I am not sure, but you may need the low-mount ballstuds as well for the toe links

i will find out tomorrow I hope, when i get to my lhs to pick up my parts.
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Originally Posted by Alqwad View Post
Yep. New spindles, casters, rack, TiCN shafts, shock seals & machined internals and rear hubs. Only thing I'm missing is the TiCN hinge pin kit.

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hows it drive with the new hubs and spindles?
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Old 09-23-2013, 05:57 PM
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How long should I get aftermarket turnbuckles? On the first page it says 49mm but my friend says get longer ones. ? Actually I'd rather just get the captured ends and use stock turnbuckles? Can anyone point me to some good ones that they know work?
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How long should I get aftermarket turnbuckles? On the first page it says 49mm but my friend says get longer ones. ? Actually I'd rather just get the captured ends and use stock turnbuckles? Can anyone point me to some good ones that they know work?
I am yet to have issues with the stock ones. I replaced my rod ends after 6 or 7 races, no issues.
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Originally Posted by Tommygun1 View Post
How long should I get aftermarket turnbuckles? On the first page it says 49mm but my friend says get longer ones. ? Actually I'd rather just get the captured ends and use stock turnbuckles? Can anyone point me to some good ones that they know work?
I hated to do it but I bolted on the traxxas turnbuckles and called it good, they work great and don't fall off.
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I am yet to have issues with the stock ones. I replaced my rod ends after 6 or 7 races, no issues.
Give it time......I had no issues for the longest time, then one popped off while I was on a TQ pace, I replaced it before the main, the other side popped off while I had a half a lap lead in the A main, I put the traxxas ones on and have not looked back.
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What length traxxas ones you using?

I bought my sct used and they pop off pretty easy. And steering rack was wooped.
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What length traxxas ones you using?

I bought my sct used and they pop off pretty easy. And steering rack was wooped.
If they pop off easily they need replacing.
Same with your wooped rack.
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Originally Posted by Tommygun1 View Post
What length traxxas ones you using?

I bought my sct used and they pop off pretty easy. And steering rack was wooped.
You can check out first page here Scott kelly has done an awesome job with this thread. Lots of new steering options to check out when as you say rack gets whooped.
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Originally Posted by Alqwad View Post
Yep. New spindles, casters, rack, TiCN shafts, shock seals & machined internals and rear hubs. Only thing I'm missing is the TiCN hinge pin kit.

Figured this thread could use a little jolt of excitement!!
Cool - how's it work? Apparently based on posts in the 22 thread, the front arms are a bit different as well in terms of geometry (maybe just shock geometry, with the spacing from the arm), but they don't make those for the SCT yet..
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Originally Posted by goehm View Post
Cool - how's it work? Apparently based on posts in the 22 thread, the front arms are a bit different as well in terms of geometry (maybe just shock geometry, with the spacing from the arm), but they don't make those for the SCT yet..
The new shock seals are very good..no more leaks..you need both TLR233005 & TLR233006
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