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Old 09-08-2008, 09:51 AM   #1
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Default Tamiya 415 & ta05ms Wheel Bearings???

does any one know a place to order the 9x5x4 wheel bearings for the 415 and the ta05ms in quantity. I'd like to order about 30-40 of these bearings and cannot find a single place to order then in quantitiy.

rc-mushroom will let me buy them 4 at a time... but that's not gonna cut it.

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Instead of going through the cost of stocking up on 950 bearings, another option is to upgrade to the TRF416/TA-05 IFS-R/TB-03 front and rear uprights which use a 1050 bearing which is a bit more reliable than the 950 bearings.
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that's a steller idea. So I would need:

Front knuckles (L/R)
Rear knuckles (L/R)
8 1050 bearings

Is this correct? I assume since these parts are used on the IFS that they fit the front hub carriers, and suspension arms/hinge pins perfectly? And also since these are 10x5x4 I can just re-use the same axels because the ID is the same right?
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...And also since these are 10x5x4 I can just re-use the same axels because the ID is the same right?
The 416 and IFS-R don't use the same Evo-IV axles as the 950 bearing cars. You may have to switch them for the newer ones.

The 416 uses a 1.5mm spacer between the two bearings, while the 950 bearing cars use a 1.9mm spacer. Now either the 1050 bearings are wider, or the new axle is shorter...
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