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Old 10-08-2014, 06:36 AM
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Originally Posted by muggy427
Has anyone tryed to use the 22-4 arms on the 22 buggy yet if so whats better about it and
I noticed a lot more forward bite.
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Old 10-08-2014, 07:23 AM
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Originally Posted by SkipGear
That is my complaint with the Lunsford ball ends, too tight, not enough slop. They bind up the suspension.

Looks like Lunsford sells SuperDuty rods needed in pairs....
LNS35050 - 3.5 x 50mm Super Duty Tie Rods - $14.95. Not quite half the price of the full TLR set and it looks like out of stock right now.


I bought the TLR HD Ti set for my 22 so that both my 22 and 22-4 had the same HD ball cups. Fewer different parts to keep track of in the spare parts box was the primary reason. It had nothing to do with the performance of the original tie-rods.
No binding up here. I can take my shocks and wheels off and i have zero issues. But, I do run lunsford ballstuds too. I'm sure they are made to tighter tolerances than then stockers. I figured this out when I bought the lunsford 3.5mm kit for my 22t and was like how come my truck has half the slop with bigger wheels than my buggy lol
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Originally Posted by muggy427
Has anyone tryed to use the 22-4 arms on the 22 buggy yet if so whats better about it and
I tried them for quite a while at our outdoor track here, which is really loose natural dirt. The arms helped with rear bite but I still struggled.

We started running indoors a few weeks ago and I left the 22-4 arms on. My 22 pushed quite a bit...I tuned as much as I could..tried to make them work...went back to 2wd arms and was a lot faster. .5-.8 a lap. That's my story. Just my experience, your results may vary.

It's weird, indoors I love the 22 and hate the B5M. Outdoors I love B5M and don't like the 22.
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Old 10-08-2014, 08:22 AM
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Originally Posted by urluzn
I noticed a lot more forward bite.
How is your turn in
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Old 10-08-2014, 08:27 AM
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FYI:Just got off the phone with Horizon and the New Steering Rack's are in.
Had mine back ordered forever, Had to call them go get them shipped.
Should have 3 of them in a few days.
Now to order some 3.5 turnbuckles for my 22T.
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what is the part number on just the HD cups? All I can find is kits with turn buckles
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Originally Posted by muggy427
How is your turn in
Turn in is good. Rear spacing is key because to short of wheelbase in my case was wheeling down the straight. Track I run at is med to high bite though. I run slicks to ghost pin at best.
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found them. I used a 22-4 manual, lol.

http://www.amain.com/Team-Losi-Racin...End-12/p236268
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Thought they are 3.5 mm... confused now
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found them. I used a 22-4 manual, lol.

http://www.amain.com/Team-Losi-Racin...End-12/p236268
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Originally Posted by XXXDad
FYI:Just got off the phone with Horizon and the New Steering Rack's are in.
Had mine back ordered forever, Had to call them go get them shipped.
Should have 3 of them in a few days.
Now to order some 3.5 turnbuckles for my 22T.
Ya but for those of us that didn't make the cut on the first small shipment we have another month wait. I just talked to them and that's the story the told me so another long wait ahead yay!
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Pardon the noob question, but I'm trying to read back a few pages and still don't make sense of it.....
Can someone explain to me what this issue is with ball cups n turnbuckles and it's effects???
Thanks
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Originally Posted by NickTheGreek
Pardon the noob question, but I'm trying to read back a few pages and still don't make sense of it.....
Can someone explain to me what this issue is with ball cups n turnbuckles and it's effects???
Thanks
I believe the new ball cups wont fit the stock 3mm turnbuckles.
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Originally Posted by RyanH
What options do we have for the 22T, knowing that it also has the smaller ball cups?
The HD turnbuckles for the truck in the correct length(s) are already available in pairs, $10.

70mm (kit) - http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...ProdID=TLR6065
75mm - http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...odID=TLR234038

Originally Posted by sickpuppy1
What about the posts and bearings?
Posts are not available separately, bearings have been for a long time - TLR237000.

Originally Posted by Wildcat1971
what is the part number on just the HD cups? All I can find is kits with turn buckles
TLR6017 - http://www.tlracing.com/Products/Def...ProdID=TLR6017
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