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Old 05-09-2005, 10:56 AM   #8761
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Jurgen aluminum front diff for sale in the sales forum. click on this link if interested.

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Old 05-09-2005, 11:15 AM   #8762
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There is no reason why they shouldn't work! Talked to DJ himself about this question, and he said the kit doesn't come with bearings or shafts. It was designed as an MS hop-up, so if you wanted to use DJ's susp. kit you will have to buy the longer shafts(46)mm, I think and the smaller bearings that go in the rear uprights on the kit! Plus the spacers of coarse to make up the narrow width of the arms. Last Dave said all the testing he did was with the MS, but I myself would think that it would improve the handling regardless of what you have up front! Just my 2$.

can we use the front stock arms"NON-LW SUSPENSION" with the rear LW arms. I ask this because the stock has less slop and is stronger then the LW front arms.
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Jurgen aluminum rear diff for sale in the sales forum. click on link if interested.

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Old 05-09-2005, 11:33 AM   #8764
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can we use the front stock arms"NON-LW SUSPENSION" with the rear LW arms. I ask this because the stock has less slop and is stronger then the LW front arms.
SORRY, YOU DID ANSWER MY QUESTIONED
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Tought choice .... Mike ...... Sleep usually gets tossed out the window for me
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If you're lucky you'll get to sleep the whole flight over so that you wont need any for the race

Have a good flight- hope to catch up with you at Reedy!
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If you're lucky you'll get to sleep the whole flight over so that you wont need any for the race

Have a good flight- hope to catch up with you at Reedy!
Same here.... see you in a few weeks
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when do they start the qualifying for Reedy is it the 28? or will they start on the 26 and 27?
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when do they start the qualifying for Reedy is it the 28? or will they start on the 26 and 27?
28th
open practice is on the 26~27th
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Jurgen aluminum rear diff for sale in the sales forum. click on link if interested.

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Can you stop bloody posting that. We get your point already.
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Can you stop bloody posting that. We get your point already.
looks like he listened and editted his posts.




maybe he's trying to increase his post count

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I know, I know, this has been asked before but I need to know the spring rates for this car. Tryhard's site shows white yellow and blue all within 2 pounds of each other. Is this correct? Thanks guys.

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Old 05-09-2005, 09:40 PM   #8772
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patrick heres the tamiya spring rate chart

purple 22.72
gray 20.91
silver 16.13
white 15.27
blue 14.08
yellow 13.33
red 11.86
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I guess it is correct, thanks Juan.
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I guess it is correct, thanks Juan.
are you still going to kick my ass or what? come to the reedy and turn on my car k.
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patrick heres the tamiya spring rate chart

purple 22.72
gray 20.91
silver 16.13
white 15.27
blue 14.08
yellow 13.33
red 11.86
Juan! What's up? Asked if you were practicing for Reedy and you said 'I guess...'. Didn't know you were on the waiting list. That sucks
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