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Old 10-29-2004, 12:43 AM   #1696
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They are due out on 30th.
"If I'm not mistaken R10 will have the Tamiya alu cups today or tomorrow?! That's what I was told, as I have a pre-order with him"

I just looked, they have them:

0013400153785,TAMIYA,,500yen,53785 TB EVOLUTION 4 ALUMINUM CENTER CUP
0013400153786,TAMIYA,,600yen,53786 TB EVOLUTION 4 ALUMINUM ONE-PIECE FRONT CENTER CUP JOINT

I don't know if the latter is the same 'pattern' as the square one we have in the other car. If it is, then its a bit of a waste of time also doing the l/w front shaft. Does anyone have a picture of it??
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Old 10-29-2004, 03:28 AM   #1697
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They are due out on 30th.
Picked mine up yesterday on the 28th they look almost the same as the Square items.... ... I`ll take a pick to compare them side to side
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Old 10-29-2004, 04:40 AM   #1698
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Hello

I want to replace this parts on my evo4 suspensions:
-TA51098 (2.6x22mm screw pin) because there's a big slop in the C hub. Maybe there's a manufacturer who makes it without slop?
(it's the same problem for the rear upright).
Let me know if you have a solution.

Thanks
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Old 10-29-2004, 05:28 AM   #1699
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just put a 0.1 mm shim between the wishbone and caster block.
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Old 10-29-2004, 05:36 AM   #1700
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I know, but I'm not talking about this trouble, in fact the pin is too thin for the C hub. As if there is a shim, the c hub will move.
The size is said to be 2.6mm, I think it's 2.55mm in fact???
I'm looking for a solution.

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Old 10-29-2004, 05:41 AM   #1701
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Mine are exactly 2.6 mm and have no play.
Maybe your plastic parts are worn out?
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No all my parts are brand new.
That's why it's a problem!!!
Do you know if the 500 shock oil tamiya is the same as 50 Asso?
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TBH i prefered the 3mm hinge pins and the old suspension as i feel it was more precise than the new stuff. Rick
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Picked mine up yesterday on the 28th they look almost the same as the Square items.... ... I`ll take a pick to compare them side to side
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If they are the same (virtually) and Square ones are a lot more expensive...........
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Picked mine up yesterday on the 28th they look almost the same as the Square items.... ... I`ll take a pick to compare them side to side
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Don't take a pic Dave, someone might copy it
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TBH i prefered the 3mm hinge pins and the old suspension as i feel it was more precise than the new stuff. Rick
Agreed. Nothing wrong with the old stuff.
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Looking to sell all my Evo 4 parts and my evo 4. Please pm me for details, will post it all in for sale later. Rick
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Looking to sell all my Evo 4 parts and my evo 4. Please pm me for details, will post it all in for sale later. Rick
Why you sell? I thought you were in love?
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Old 10-29-2004, 07:25 AM   #1709
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Ballsie,

Take the mounting hardware off and just use reinforced strapping tape to secure your batteries. I tried everything possible to get the other mount to work and it's just not worth it. One good hit and your batteries will fly out and your race will be done. Just make sure to file the bottom edge of the tape slots so the tape won't get cut.

A little front to back play in the spur gear isn't too bad. I was going to shim it all out but have run the car that way many times with no adverse reactions. Loose is faster right?
Use a slightly bored out (reamed) Yoko MR4 battery bar. They don't move then.
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Hello

I want to replace this parts on my evo4 suspensions:
-TA51098 (2.6x22mm screw pin) because there's a big slop in the C hub. Maybe there's a manufacturer who makes it without slop?
(it's the same problem for the rear upright).
Let me know if you have a solution.

Thanks
Nobody has a solution for me?
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