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Old 02-26-2011, 02:26 AM   #2671
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thanks altreyx ;-)
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Old 02-26-2011, 02:57 AM   #2672
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Hi guys,

I have a Yokomo gear diff but I don't like the ring a lot and I would like to know if I can use Spec R rings instead of Yokomo rings, I would like to use these rings: http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...ducts_id=21275

Do you know if it's possible please?
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Old 02-27-2011, 11:37 AM   #2673
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And I would like to change my Wheel Hub Pin but I don't find them in the part list (only sold with Wheel Hub so it is expensive for a pin) ?

Do you know where I could only get these pins please?

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Hi guys,

I have a Yokomo gear diff but I don't like the ring a lot and I would like to know if I can use Spec R rings instead of Yokomo rings, I would like to use these rings: http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...ducts_id=21275

Do you know if it's possible please?
The Yokomo O-rings are larger I.D. I have both... not interchangeable.
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Old 02-28-2011, 12:36 AM   #2675
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And I would like to change my Wheel Hub Pin but I don't find them in the part list (only sold with Wheel Hub so expensive) ?

Do you know where I could only get these pins please?
The Xray wheel pins (980210) are the same length but don't have a rounded end, so I've used a dremel to round off the ends enough for them to fit.
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Old 02-28-2011, 01:35 AM   #2676
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The Yokomo O-rings are larger I.D. I have both... not interchangeable.
Thank you pcar951, between Yokomo and Spec R diffs which one leaks at lest please?

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The Xray wheel pins (980210) are the same length but don't have a rounded end, so I've used a dremel to round off the ends enough for them to fit.
Tanks university_dave , I will try it with my X ray pins, a friend has also sent me and address where to buy it only , it is: http://banzaihobby.com/index.php?mai...sort=2a&page=2
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my gdiff stop to leak after i apply some green slime on the o-ring...
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green slime by Associated?
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green slime by Associated?
yes...

please try the new geardiff oil from Yokomo....it's totally different from the normal geardiff oil...it's brown colour and smell engine oil,...
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Thank you pcar951, between Yokomo and Spec R diffs which one leaks at lest please?
The Yokomo leaks a little less.
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The Xray wheel pins (980210) are the same length but don't have a rounded end, so I've used a dremel to round off the ends enough for them to fit.
I did it and it works perfectly! thanx
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Hi,

When you use the outer hole of the steering block, do you use the same turnbuckles please?
because I think the plastic rods are almost not screwed and it seems to be very fragile?
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When you use the outer hole of the steering block, do you use the same turnbuckles please?
because I think the plastic rods are almost not screwed and it seems to be very fragile?
If you are using the correct one which is meant for the steering link, you will be fine. I have been running mine for about half a year and no problems.
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When you use the outer hole of the steering block, do you use the same turnbuckles please?
because I think the plastic rods are almost not screwed and it seems to be very fragile?
8mm centerlink + outer hole need to use longer turnbuckle rod or u might risk the turnbuckle take off if someone hit u hard from side...
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When you use the outer hole of the steering block, do you use the same turnbuckles please?
because I think the plastic rods are almost not screwed and it seems to be very fragile?
Been running mine like that and havent had any problems yet.
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