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Old 03-18-2011, 12:26 AM   #20941
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thanks for the reply. i have the 415msx
So you alreafy have the reversible suspension with the 950 knuckles.

If you want to use the short arms, it is a direct fit.
The only thing you have to mention is that you widen the suspension blocks.

I gone from Front B-A to D-C, and rear XB-D to XA-E.

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Old 03-18-2011, 12:58 AM   #20942
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Parts needed for the Spec R Gear diff modd:

HB70738 HB Cyclone 169T Belt
305444 Xray 3x183mm (61T) Belt
53989 Tam. 18T Center Pulley
54023 Tam. 37T One Way Pulley (to fit the spool or oneway)
3454395 Tam. Direct Center Shaft
A Spec R 37T Tamiya 416 Diff of course.

The rest are aprox 10 pics 0,3mm shims.

Thats all.

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Old 03-18-2011, 03:48 AM   #20943
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Are the 53807 aluminum uprights fit in the 415MS?

If so, do you recommend upgrading from plastic?

I'm spare part shopping at the moment...
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Old 03-18-2011, 03:53 AM   #20944
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nvm, different bulkheads so im guessing no.
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Old 03-18-2011, 07:44 AM   #20945
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Are the 53807 aluminum uprights fit in the 415MS?

If so, do you recommend upgrading from plastic?

I'm spare part shopping at the moment...

Yes this is a direct replacement, but they have 0 toe in, and the standard plastic ones 1 toe in.
There are also 1 toe in versions available.

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Old 03-18-2011, 08:23 AM   #20946
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Parts needed for the Spec R Gear diff modd:

HB70738 HB Cyclone 169T Belt
305444 Xray 3x183mm (61T) Belt
53989 Tam. 18T Center Pulley
54023 Tam. 37T One Way Pulley (to fit the spool or oneway)
3454395 Tam. Direct Center Shaft
A Spec R 37T Tamiya 416 Diff of course.

The rest are aprox 10 pics 0,3mm shims.

Thats all.

Greetings Blueman
thanks so much. i already switched to the tamiya front and center spool so this upgrade wont cost me that much.
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Old 03-18-2011, 08:57 AM   #20947
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here is a pic.
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Old 03-18-2011, 06:21 PM   #20948
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Thanks blueman.

Do you recommend aluminum over plastic for rear uprights?
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Old 03-19-2011, 12:38 AM   #20949
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Parts needed for the Spec R Gear diff modd:

HB70738 HB Cyclone 169T Belt
305444 Xray 3x183mm (61T) Belt
53989 Tam. 18T Center Pulley
54023 Tam. 37T One Way Pulley (to fit the spool or oneway)
3454395 Tam. Direct Center Shaft
A Spec R 37T Tamiya 416 Diff of course.

The rest are aprox 10 pics 0,3mm shims.

Thats all.

Greetings Blueman

One thing i forget!

54077 Tamiya LW 44mm Swing Shaft.

The 46 mm are to long.
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Thanks blueman.

Do you recommend aluminum over plastic for rear uprights?
The only differnece is that the 0 degree uprights have less friction because the toe in is all generated by the suspension blocks, and the axle/swing shaft runs straight.
But realistc i think it makes no big difference, and if you have big impacts the plastic breaks, and you replace it, but the aluminium one bends and squeeze the bearing so that the rotation of the axle is not good anymore. In this case it looks like it is ok, but you have to change ist also!

Did you use the bearing spacer between the to bearings?

53891 Tam Bearing spacer for short rev. suspension

If not this is highly recomended!

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No, I didnt. It fits inside the upright before I put in the bearings?
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No, I didnt. It fits inside the upright before I put in the bearings?
Yes the spacer is between the two bearings in the upright/steering arm. In case of an impact, the force will be transfered to the inner bearing as well and they both will last much longer.

Go for it !

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I sure will. Thanks!
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hay blueman, or whoever else can answer this question, what do you use for the front spool differential joints. i currently have the plastic ones. anybody using anything else?
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hay blueman, or whoever else can answer this question, what do you use for the front spool differential joints. i currently have the plastic ones. anybody using anything else?
The plastic/delrin ones with the alu sleeves work best. Very durable, and smoother than steel ones.

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