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Old 09-01-2004, 11:56 PM   #9601
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From the CGM to the RS or SSG/Black you will need half of the A-arms mounts (on the CGM they are the separate ones), if you don't have them already from a previous SD you owned...
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From the CGM to the RS or SSG/Black you will need half of the A-arms mounts (on the CGM they are the separate ones), if you don't have them already from a previous SD you owned...
I think I know what you mean, might get the alloy ones then.
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Does anyone know how many degrees a stock front steering hub from a CGM kit has?
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I'm assuming 4 deg, like the SSG...

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Does anyone know how many degrees a stock front steering hub from a CGM kit has?
all the castor blocks are 4 degrees, that's the only one for the car right now
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Recent got the option below and is different from the stock hub carrier of my CGM:

SD-4134G MR-4TC SD 4 DEGREE GRAPHITE FRONT STEERING HUB CARRIER

Caster looks the same but the holes for the kingpins are different location. Did anyone notice this?
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Recent got the option below and is different from the stock hub carrier of my CGM:

SD-4134G MR-4TC SD 4 DEGREE GRAPHITE FRONT STEERING HUB CARRIER

Caster looks the same but the holes for the kingpins are different location. Did anyone notice this?
You might of got the inline steering blocks, there should be a # on the arm part, either a 1 or 0. 1mm offset is the stock one and the 0 is an inline hub that will give you a little more steering.
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Default hub carriers?

I will check when I get home and will post pics of both?
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If you're talking about the part where the front bearings go in (steering blocks, front knuckles, front hubs, whatever else their called worldwide), there are different ones. If your talking about the castor blocks then I have no idea.
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If you're talking about the part where the front bearings go in (steering blocks, front knuckles, front hubs, whatever else their called worldwide), there are different ones. If your talking about the castor blocks then I have no idea.
I am talking about the C-Hubs ,the one the holds the steering knuckles. I will post pics later and show you the difference.

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Old 09-03-2004, 01:04 AM   #9611
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The only different C hub I know of is the original belt drive MR4 version. You can get those in almost any degree of caster, and YES you can fit them on the SD.

I tried 5 and 7 but went back to the original 4 degrees with the 0 offset hubs and like it best that way.

MATT. How are you getting on in Korea. Found any RC hot spots yet ?
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Hey Guys,

I kinda need some help here... I'm looking for the part number of the plastic pillow ball that the shock cap (on top, then) moves on... basically a plastic ball, flanged, with a 3mm hole in it... the part number is not on the exploded view (at least I can't find it...

Anybody?

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Paul.

I think that pillow ball comes with the pack of plastic shock parts.

Yoke make some smart alloy ones you may be interested in.

How's RC racing in Switzerland.
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MATT. How are you getting on in Korea. Found any RC hot spots yet ?
Korea is fine, but the nearest track is 140 miles away and the bus schedule will make it a two day event if I do go.
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Hey Guys,

I kinda need some help here... I'm looking for the part number of the plastic pillow ball that the shock cap (on top, then) moves on... basically a plastic ball, flanged, with a 3mm hole in it... the part number is not on the exploded view (at least I can't find it...

Anybody?

Thanks!
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Yes the manual does not indicate a part number, you can use the ones in the TC3, or in the Tamiya Adjustable Balll Connector for Damper made of Delrin Item# 53488 Part#OP488

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