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Old 01-07-2009, 01:28 PM   #16
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Hi i got a tc5r last october to get back into racing again after a 10yr break and i have had problems building the diffs on the car but have found that if you use a thrust bolt and screw out of an hpi it looks more or less the same as the tc5 original except the nut is allready in a plastic housing which makes it go together much easier
Never crossed my mind.. basically because when I had my Cyclone a lot of guys were switching to Assoc diff screws because the HB/HPI ones were breaking a lot. Funny how things look different on the other side of the fence It was sure easier to get the HB diffs together compared to the Assoc though.
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