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Old 06-15-2005, 09:01 AM   #9166
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Its #79189
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Old 06-15-2005, 06:52 PM   #9167
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Mine are just a rectangular shape as that's what my chassis was like anyway! Are yours like circles??

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mine angle in on the edges
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Old 06-18-2005, 10:18 AM   #9168
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After a major crash today, I got my old suspension right front end totally smashed. Since my LHS got no EVO3/414/415 old suspension parts, now I forced to upgrade with LW reversible suspension for parts availiability.

I know #49346 TRF415 LW Suspension Set (Reversible) will do the job but it seems hard to find. However, the TB02/TA04 one, #53794 Reversible LW Susp. Set (TB-02 & TA04), seems much more easy to find. However I check the spec seems #53794 has everything I need to upgrade 415 with LW suspension except the 46mm swing shaft. If I can't find #49346 but have to go with #53794, is that right I only need 4 more 46mm swing shaft to make it work? Or I missed something else?

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I know the shim count is also different (no big deal). Another thing is the length of the tie / camber links I believe are different. I have the 415 set on my ta04. I have had it also on a tb02. The nice thing about the correct kit is you get settings for the car you put it on, Thought those are easily found online now.
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Old 06-19-2005, 08:39 AM   #9170
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Anyplace have the 415 Front Suspension Mount D that goes over the front belt in stock. Part # TAM51064. Tried Speedtech but it shows out of stock. Mine was bent in a nasty wreck and I'm in need of another before I can race again.

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wyd: try Ultimate Hobbies...they might have it in stock.
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Old 06-19-2005, 01:09 PM   #9172
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Thanks I will look their.

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The susp block is made of pretty soft material, Ive staightend mine lots of times, comes with my driving style. haha.
Small hammer, flat suface and a straight edge, with light taps it will staighten out
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Anyplace have the 415 Front Suspension Mount D that goes over the front belt in stock. Part # TAM51064. Tried Speedtech but it shows out of stock. Mine was bent in a nasty wreck and I'm in need of another before I can race again.

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In a hurry you can use a rear d mount, turn it upside down and use shims to raise it to the corret height.
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Old 06-19-2005, 08:03 PM   #9176
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Does anyone have a part # 49308, I am looking for these and no one seems to have them. They are the aluminum shock tops, with mounts in blue. Can someone please help?
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Can someone please explain to me the pros and cons of narrow suspenion (ie xa,xb,xc etc... blocks)
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I have a MASSIVE problem...

In the process of rebuilding my car and my grub screws holding all the parts onto the center shaft (for spur gears and pulleys) seem to be ridiculously tight. I cannot get them off no matter what I try (that's 2 hudy profitool tips later ) so if anybody has any suggestions of what I can do to get this apart, could you please let me know. I'm desperate!!!!!
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I have a MASSIVE problem...

In the process of rebuilding my car and my grub screws holding all the parts onto the center shaft (for spur gears and pulleys) seem to be ridiculously tight. I cannot get them off no matter what I try (that's 2 hudy profitool tips later ) so if anybody has any suggestions of what I can do to get this apart, could you please let me know. I'm desperate!!!!!
I had that problem on a pinion once, so I tried a portable butane soldering iron with blow torch attachment, gently heated the area around the grub screw to soften the alloy slightly, use this as a last resort though, it may weaken the metal if it gets too hot. Don't burn the beutiful blue alloy!
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