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Old 04-24-2003, 04:32 PM   #1
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Heres my New car, sum help please

Heres my MR4-TC Custom. I was njust wondering how the diff has to be. Wen i move one wheel at the front, only the other front turns, the back may move slightly but hardly any, and then same with back, is this setup right or not??

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Old 04-24-2003, 04:54 PM   #2
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yeah its suposed to be like that nice backround lol jk
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Screw the Yoke.... I like the background!!!

As for the diff setup - the opposite wheel is supposed to turn, yes - in the opposite direction of the one you are turning... typically, the front diff is slightly tighter than the rear as well

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Old 04-24-2003, 05:40 PM   #4
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Thumbs up Checking the diffs

Yeah, Nice background!

To check the front diffs, hold the spur gear or both rear wheels so don't move and one of the front wheels. You should not be able to turn the front wheel (the one you are not holding down). If you can, you need to tighten it. Do it in 1/8 increments.

The rear diff is done the same way by holding down the rear wheels or the spur gear and one of the rear wheels.

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Thanks for your help, Headbanger thast really usefull

My diffs were way too loose.

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Are you sure theres a car in that pic.
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doublest : Just be careful not to tighten the diff too much. I drive a MR4 myself and the differential screw is a very weak link. I have snapped about 5~6 so far so be careful.

PS cant help but notice, NICE BACKGROUND Isn't that Ali G? You might want to put some mosaic on those erhm erhm "hooters"????

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I believe the word you are looking for is 'Babalons'
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Dude!
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i had that before i went racing for the first time.........i was asked why i had four radio arials
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Man, havent you guys ever seen boobs berfore?
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No! Have you? What are they like?
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