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Old 10-21-2014, 09:33 AM
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Originally Posted by muggy427
Hey frank whats the part number for those turnbuckle kits is it just the 2 for steering??
There is no part number for just those parts, but you can get them in TLR234022

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What is the part number and price? What do you mean by product support?
Product Support = Customer Service for Products, it is a department at Horizon Hobby.
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Old 10-21-2014, 09:42 AM
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haha, I meant how do you order them for CS...
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Old 10-21-2014, 10:20 AM
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Originally Posted by Wildcat1971
haha, I meant how do you order them for CS...
A phone call works best.
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Old 10-21-2014, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
A phone call works best.
frank... i had some 22-4 turnbuckles just in my box, but no extra hd cups, will the standard cups hold up fine on a 3.5mm turnbuckle?
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Old 10-21-2014, 11:37 AM
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jake, the OD is bigger. you would have to drill out the std cups to 3.5mm. I am unsure if that is wise
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I just dialed up HH support line for surface vehicles...after describing my situation...the support staff indicated that they would be sending out my 3 sets of turnbuckles and rod ends.....no other questions asked...easy peezy...just like Frank said...Thank you TLR!
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For the bellcrank setup...does the offset TLR ball end go inboard or out by the spindle ball?
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Old 10-21-2014, 04:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Bivens
For the bellcrank setup...does the offset TLR ball end go inboard or out by the spindle ball?
Inboard
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Old 10-21-2014, 05:44 PM
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Thank you Frank. On the SCT....it already has HD turnbuckles....
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
There is no part number for just those parts, but you can get them in TLR234022



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Ahh 22-4 parts. Thx frank for the help
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Default MIP Pucks- diff & thrust balls

for those who are using the MIP Pucks system, are you upgrading the steel balls that come with it?

If so, what diff and thrust balls are you using? I would assume the TLR carbide diff balls (TLR2951) will work, but what about the thrust balls and washers in TLR2947
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I use the Avid ceramic caged thrust. The pucks steel balls are not the best.
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A question about the 0-hole in the rear shock tower...

When I mount it up...the shock end rubs the rear of the tower just a bit....are you guys removing a little material from the tower "web" on the support strut....or shimming the shock mount rearward just a bit to make it clear without contact...??

(I found that a 22-4 shock tower already has 4-holes spaced properly...I used that as my drill jig...worked greatlll)
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Originally Posted by Bivens
A question about the 0-hole in the rear shock tower...

When I mount it up...the shock end rubs the rear of the tower just a bit....are you guys removing a little material from the tower "web" on the support strut....or shimming the shock mount rearward just a bit to make it clear without contact...??

(I found that a 22-4 shock tower already has 4-holes spaced properly...I used that as my drill jig...worked greatlll)
I have shim plus shaved tower as needed. Pics if you need them.
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Originally Posted by Bivens
A question about the 0-hole in the rear shock tower...

When I mount it up...the shock end rubs the rear of the tower just a bit....are you guys removing a little material from the tower "web" on the support strut....or shimming the shock mount rearward just a bit to make it clear without contact...??

(I found that a 22-4 shock tower already has 4-holes spaced properly...I used that as my drill jig...worked greatlll)
Grind it down....
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