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Old 11-05-2011, 06:26 AM   #20986
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Here two pics of the lower deck:

Tamiya TRF415-wp_000802.jpgTamiya TRF415-wp_000803.jpg

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Old 11-05-2011, 08:28 AM   #20987
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Does the 416 gear diff work on the 415?
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Old 11-05-2011, 10:30 AM   #20988
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Does the 416 gear diff work on the 415?
Yes!

Look one page previus at the bottom!

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Old 11-06-2011, 02:27 AM   #20989
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Hi,

I am restoring a 415 for my son to race. can I fit trf416/7 spool cups on my old Tamiya 415MRE spool? also can I assume the pulleys will fit (I want to make it all 37t like my 417)

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Old 11-06-2011, 02:40 AM   #20990
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Hy!

The spool cups with the matching blue sleeves, fit the 415 direct holder.
On the diff you cant mount anyway ?

The 416 37T diff pulleys also fit directly on the 415 diff outdrives. Of course you have to use large Diff plate, and stick it on the aoutdrive with a small amount of Superglue (just 2 little drops to keep it in place).

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Cheers for that. I dont know why I typed in Diff (it was early) I will fit my spare Spec-R dif in the rear. Can I check that the 37t one way/spool pulleys will for on the 415 direct holder?

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i am very interseted to get the 37t gear diff, but can someone help me to measure somehting on them?
i want the distance from the outside of the 10x15 bearing to the pulleys' nearest side, then i want the outside to outside distance between the 10x15 bearings. Please someone help.
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i am very interseted to get the 37t gear diff, but can someone help me to measure somehting on them?
i want the distance from the outside of the 10x15 bearing to the pulleys' nearest side, then i want the outside to outside distance between the 10x15 bearings. Please someone help.
I will measure it in the evening.

If you yust want to know how it fits in the rear of the 415, then i can say that you have to use 5 pics of the 0,3mm shims on each side between the diff and the bearing. You can see it on my photo on the previous side.

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Old 11-09-2011, 03:00 AM   #20994
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Rainer

The 10mm x .3 shims are they just tamiya shims?

Or they are another brand?

I have heaps of 3mm shims but I need to chase the 10mm x .3 shims

Don't the front spool today and just need to get he shims and some 18t centre pulleys plus the belts and I'll have my 415 done.

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The 10mm x .3 shims are they just tamiya shims?

Or they are another brand?

I have heaps of 3mm shims but I need to chase the 10mm x .3 shims

Don't the front spool today and just need to get he shims and some 18t centre pulleys plus the belts and I'll have my 415 done.

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From Tamiya they are sold in a set of 10pcs. each (0.1, 0.2, and 0.3)
The number is 53588
I use this shims.

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Does anyone know if someone makes aluminum knuckles for a 415MSX?
Also is there a chart or how do you tell how much tow the "1A" or "1B" or "XA" pieces give you?
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Does anyone know if someone makes aluminum knuckles for a 415MSX?
Also is there a chart or how do you tell how much tow the "1A" or "1B" or "XA" pieces give you?
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yer i think Square make alluminum knuckels but nothing wrong withthe normal ones, alluminimun can tend to bend and you dont know it, better to break and replace than have a bend and not know it

if you got to Thard.co.uk has heaps of very useful information on Tamiya blocks and i am sure there is a chart that gives you the degree for each block


Rainer, Thanks just ordering shims now
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I will measure it in the evening.

If you yust want to know how it fits in the rear of the 415, then i can say that you have to use 5 pics of the 0,3mm shims on each side between the diff and the bearing. You can see it on my photo on the previous side.

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My friend, have measured it yet? also could you please measure the diff outdrives distance outer to outer also ? Thanks a bunch !
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My friend, have measured it yet? also could you please measure the diff outdrives distance outer to outer also ? Thanks a bunch !

Sorry for the delay .....

So outside to outside of the bearings is : 28,1mm
Diff outdrive outer to outer is : 54,7mm
Bearing to pulley : shot side 5mm long side 15,5mm.
The pulley itself (there where the belt runs) is outside to outside 7,5mm

I dont know if i understood you with the bearing to pulley question...

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Sorry for the delay .....

So outside to outside of the bearings is : 28,1mm
Diff outdrive outer to outer is : 54,7mm
Bearing to pulley : shot side 5mm long side 15,5mm.
The pulley itself (there where the belt runs) is outside to outside 7,5mm

I dont know if i understood you with the bearing to pulley question...

Greetings Rainer
First off, thanks for your effort. what i meant was when you press in the outdrive bearing, the distance from the outside of the bearing to the nearest side pulley wall. also what is the weight of the gear diff ?
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