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Old 10-26-2004, 02:12 AM   #4426
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I didnt use any of the 04 diff parts, just the rear hub carriers.

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how do the TA04 out drives work with kit CVD bones? I've got a diff made from Yok parts, but need to use longer bones to reach them, and shim them out with 10mm spacers to get it to center.

Did you have to use any shims with TA04 diff? are there any side play in the diff sitting in the bulkheads?
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Old 10-26-2004, 02:26 AM   #4427
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Hi Flyin GT.

If your are using a Ta04 pully instead off a 415. you will change the the overall gearing. so if you have change the front pully to a ta04 you will need to change the rear to.. or els the front wheels will have a diffrent speed than the rear. (not a good thing)

I have driven with ta04 pullys front and rear. and then som schummi center pullys... The purpose is to change the overall gearing.. good for big fast track`s but for indoor track`s i`ll just keep it stanadard.

Just my experience with ta04 pullys....

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..hi all

i just made a ball diff for the 415 ..

but i've made it using a TA04 ball diff ..all i've done is replace the plastic pulley of the 04 to the 415's plastic pulley ..

it's seems nice an smooth an a good fit ..

but i would like to kno has anyone else out there tried this
an if so is there any problems that have occured >??

on this thread is says make it from a yokomo ...one ..
would i be better off doin it that way instead ..??
any feedback on this will b much appreciated ...

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Hi Flyin GT.

If your are using a Ta04 pully instead off a 415. you will change the the overall gearing. so if you have change the front pully to a ta04 you will need to change the rear to.. or els the front wheels will have a diffrent speed than the rear. (not a good thing)


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no i'm not using the TA04 pulley ...
i changed that to the 415 's 35t pulley ....
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Old 10-26-2004, 02:32 AM   #4429
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My bad =)


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no i'm not using the TA04 pulley ...
i changed that to the 415 's 35t pulley ....
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Old 10-26-2004, 02:36 AM   #4430
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how do the TA04 out drives work with kit CVD bones? I've got a diff made from Yok parts, but need to use longer bones to reach them, and shim them out with 10mm spacers to get it to center.

Did you have to use any shims with TA04 diff? are there any side play in the diff sitting in the bulkheads?
oh b4 i continue ... this isn't for the front .. just a spare to use if i ever need to change the rear diff ..
at first i thought i could use it in the front but ... it isn't centered an doesn't sit in the front bulkhead right

it worked fine with the standard 415 cvd's ...not the Ta04's one since they are too short ..
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Old 10-26-2004, 05:43 AM   #4431
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I was sure you found an easy solution for a front diff with your ta04 part!!!

Can someone tell me the exact part number of each part I will need to made a front diff...I cant found the parts number in the forum...Just want to know the yokomo part ...the longer bone part....etc. It will help me a lot as I have to order from the net and I didnt have a lhs with parts in stock that I can check with my 415...

Correct me if I'm wrong, I will race 19T foam carpet ant mod foam carpet so I will absolutely need a front diff and a locked mid????

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Old 10-26-2004, 09:29 AM   #4432
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Ever since I got to use the TA04 rear uprights (0 degree) and using the 1B (1 degree) rear toe block, the kit is much better and faster in transition.

Now I think its just a matter of droop. I notice that some corners get off the ground upon heavy cornering.
I'm not familiar w/ all these a/b blocks. So what is your current rear toe reading assuming the standard 04 rear hubs has a 1 or 0 degree toe in.
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Old 10-26-2004, 09:38 AM   #4433
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These are the part numbers that I ordered to make a spool/diff. I just used the standard bearings from the 415 diff.

ZS-508 Diff Adjusting kit
ZS-507 Diff thrust Bearing set
ZS-506 Diff rings (Same as 415)
ZS-501 Fr and Rr Diff Joints.
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Old 10-26-2004, 09:58 AM   #4434
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well, i had a few inquire about the diff swap, so here is a list of stuff:
Yokomo MR4TC belt car:
ZS-501 - diff joints (use the rear ones)
ZS-506 - diff rings (can use 414M/TA04 rings, i had some!)
ZS-507 - thrust set
ZS-508 - diff screw
ZS-010RT - rear liteweight shaft set- can use reg steel set part #
ZS-010RS

anyones 5x8mm bearings for the center of diff, and 3mm diff balls of your choice...

TRF415 parts
51055 - ball diff pulley

hardest part was the 6x11 adapting bearing that the larger Yoke drives required. found a Tamiya part # of 9805802, comes from the TXT-1 somewhere...

for the center, im sure there are a number of ways, but i just used another locked pulley, part #51060, and filed it and the spur holder down. whole setup worked great last weekend, and ill put up a few pix...
What size diff balls did you use, where you able to the 415 front drive shafts and do you need longer one for the LW conversion

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Old 10-26-2004, 10:28 AM   #4435
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as you are using the 415 pulley you use 3mm balls, yes you do nee 46mm shafts, the 42s are too short
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Old 10-26-2004, 10:33 AM   #4436
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Ok now I have big problem!

Cant find the yok part on the net/ebay...No LHS around here...live in Canada...

Anyone here have a complete front diff for sale!!!???? Help!!!!!!!!!!

Does a spool is good for mod foam carpet racing??? It will be easy for me as speedtech have one....
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Old 10-26-2004, 10:54 AM   #4437
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Ok now I have big problem!

Cant find the yok part on the net/ebay...No LHS around here...live in Canada...

Anyone here have a complete front diff for sale!!!???? Help!!!!!!!!!!

Does a spool is good for mod foam carpet racing??? It will be easy for me as speedtech have one....
www.yokomousa.com

look under parts list
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am i right in saying the yok diff wont work with the lw sus?
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Old 10-26-2004, 11:30 AM   #4439
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i think it may, but you will probably have to find a longer bone... maybe the F201's, as they are 48. not sure if that will go, as i havent tried it.

i have been running the Yoke diff with the 46mm's and std suspension for a while now... works like a champ!

when i posted that first list, i didnt have any longer cvd bones, thus the Yokomo drives worked with that different bearing.
using the 46mm drives from the LW suspension.
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i think it may, but you will probably have to find a longer bone... maybe the F201's, as they are 48. not sure if that will go, as i havent tried it.

i have been running the Yoke diff with the 46mm's and std suspension for a while now... works like a champ!

when i posted that first list, i didnt have any longer cvd bones, thus the Yokomo drives worked with that different bearing.
using the 46mm drives from the LW suspension.
Yeah, thanks to tamiyadriver for finding the solution to the 415 front diff. For those who dont know, there is a hardened steel version of the ZS-501. It is a little heavy, but it works like a charm. I use it for a spool. Best of all, it is only $14.
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