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Old 07-30-2004, 01:18 PM
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Originally posted by Matt Howard
Yes, the yokomo aluminum driveshafts will fit on the SD, I run them on the rear of my car. The only parts that carried over from the old car to the SD are the shocks.
when you say the "the yokomo aluminum driveshafts will fit on the SD" do you meen the mr4tc drivehasfts wil fit on the sd?

also the fibrelyte costs 109 plus p+p in the uk. with that you get the chassis, topdeck mounts to hold steering and motor mount in the right place and a long turnbuckle to connect the fron and rear together.
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Old 07-30-2004, 07:40 PM
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Originally posted by agower
when you say the "the yokomo aluminum driveshafts will fit on the SD" do you meen the mr4tc drivehasfts wil fit on the sd?

Yes, I don't have the part #'s in front of me but the blue aluminum driveshafts from the old car will fit on the SD. I don't remember if there are different lengths or not but I know that the rears will fit exactly with no problems, that's what I run on the rear.
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Old 07-31-2004, 01:35 AM
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DRIVE SHAFTS.

Yes MR4 Tc drive shafts will sit on the SD.

MR4 Tc shocks will fit on the SD.

But that's abput all that will fit.
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AEAST chassis in a mighty fine car it does`nt tweak but it`s not as stiff as the cgm, it still got a slight flex to it but it goes back no problems with this chassis & i have had mine since the last round of stcc 2003 at sneetterton & that`s where i saw andy with his baby(chassis)

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Originally posted by agower
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also the fibrelyte costs 109 plus p+p in the uk. with that you get the chassis, topdeck mounts to hold steering and motor mount in the right place and a long turnbuckle to connect the fron and rear together. [/B]
can someone please convert that to u.s. dollars. sorry for being so lazy.
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About $198 +p&p which would be about $30
So it is quite exspensive i`m afraid
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Originally posted by ritchie
can someone please convert that to u.s. dollars. sorry for being so lazy.
here ya go:

http://www.oanda.com/convert/classic

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Where can see this chassis web site ?
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Old 07-31-2004, 08:46 AM
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Does anyone know if you can get better......

steering blocks for the CGM I've just split two steering blocks as I was screwing in the ball studs and the thread wasn't even all the way in talk about a crap part?

Although on a brand new kit I shouldn't have too be looking for a new part already! Grrrrrrr

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Originally posted by Mabuchi540
steering blocks for the CGM I've just split two steering blocks as I was screwing in the ball studs and the thread wasn't even all the way in talk about a crap part?

Although on a brand new kit I shouldn't have too be looking for a new part already! Grrrrrrr
Horatio, this one's for you...

seriously... that's weird...

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Originally posted by LeoChan
Where can see this chassis web site ?
got to www.fibre-lyte.com and follow the links or

direct link

if you email andy east he wil send you a information email telling you everything you need to no.
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Originally posted by MR JOLLY
About $198 +p&p which would be about $30
So it is quite exspensive i`m afraid

YES!!!! one thing we can get cheaper i england
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That is why i have started a importing company
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Originally posted by agower
got to www.fibre-lyte.com and follow the links or

direct link

if you email andy east he wil send you a information email telling you everything you need to no.

can't open ?
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Originally posted by LeoChan
can't open ?
Sorry ok la !
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