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Old 12-03-2006, 01:44 AM   #1
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I've been pulling my hair out with parts compatibility for the 415MSX and the MRE version.

1) To change a regular MSX to the MRE gearing, the front and rear pulleys are 36T wide pitch (which is really 18T apparently). Would the conversion require changing the center pulley as well?

2) In the absense of part 53935 TA05/MSX 36T wide ball diff pulley and 53936 TA05/MSX 36T wide pitch one way pulley, can I use the 36T non-wide pitch pulleys? (parts 51212 and 53867)?

Any help would be appreciated.

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I've been pulling my hair out with parts compatibility for the 415MSX and the MRE version.

1) To change a regular MSX to the MRE gearing, the front and rear pulleys are 36T wide pitch (which is really 18T apparently). Would the conversion require changing the center pulley as well?

2) In the absense of part 53935 TA05/MSX 36T wide ball diff pulley and 53936 TA05/MSX 36T wide pitch one way pulley, can I use the 36T non-wide pitch pulleys? (parts 51212 and 53867)?

Any help would be appreciated.

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yes you can you can use the ta05 pullys on the msx you can also use the 415 msx belts but you need to turn the cams around to get correct tension (mre belts are longer) the centre pully is the same amount of teeth as the mre (16t)
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Thanks for the info!

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I'm using TA05 pulleys on my MSX, and I have the belt set to the lowest tension possible, and the belt still doesn't slip. I am running 2 differentials, modification to the pulley is required if you want to run a one-way. Although Tamiya is coming out with an one-way for the MRE which should allow you to use the TA05 pulley on it, without any modification.
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