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Old 04-11-2009, 05:40 AM   #1
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Default TC4 one way.

hey experts.

i need help fitting my front one way diff on my tc4.

i think i have all the bits i need but i dont knw how it goes together.

firstly (to save time) is there a tutorial online?

if not can you help. i dont know tha names of all the bits so descriptions are best

many thanks
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Hmmmm from what i have in my old tc3 there's a ring gear, spool, steel outdrives. Just screw the ring gear on the spool. Put the steel cups into the spool(don't forget to grease then up) then put the proper bearings for oneways on each side and put into car. Slide the dogbones/cv shafts on each side then button everything up.



Look for the intruction manual dude. Look for anyone for any car. They all work the same.
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Hmmmm from what i have in my old tc3 there's a ring gear, spool, steel outdrives. Just screw the ring gear on the spool. Put the steel cups into the spool(don't forget to grease then up) then put the proper bearings for oneways on each side and put into car. Slide the dogbones/cv shafts on each side then button everything up.



Look for the intruction manual dude. Look for anyone for any car. They all work the same.
ahh, i see, im missing an outdrive, whats the product number do you know?
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