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Old 12-02-2007, 01:38 PM   #1
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Probably a stupid question, but since the TC5 One Way doesn't come with any instructions......

Can someone please provide some guidance?

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Probably a stupid question, but since the TC5 One Way doesn't come with any instructions......

Can someone please provide some guidance?

Thanks!
make sure you dont overtighten the screws or the gear will be warped..also use a litte blue threadlock on them...and dont worry about the outdrives "floating".....its suppost to be that way...

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Thanks, is there a certain way it should be mounted?
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nope, just drop it in just like the diff...
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I just installed one in my new TC5 and I asked Scotty at trackside the same thing and he told me to use the small blue foams that are supposed to go inside the shock caps instead of the O rings inside the outdrives, he said it would be tight for the first couple packs but they they will work very nice. I haven't used the car yet but thats what I did
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Old 12-03-2007, 07:21 PM   #6
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To be sure, when installed -

If I just spin 1 front wheel only, it should freewheel?

Is that right?

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