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Old 05-02-2010, 04:10 PM   #1
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Hey guys, trying to refurb a 414M that is in fairly good shape, although it needs a few parts, and I was wondering how much if any of the newer chassis sipension parts, and maybe the Spool / Diffs would work with the 414.

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Hey guys, trying to refurb a 414M that is in fairly good shape, although it needs a few parts, and I was wondering how much if any of the newer chassis sipension parts, and maybe the Spool / Diffs would work with the 414.

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I have a 414MII that I installed 416 Front and Rear Shock Towers. I also installed the reversible suspension on it too. The only mod that I had to do was re-drill the lower mount holes on the shocks tower to line up with the bulkhead holes. Once re-drilled I installed the shock towers with the countersink holes facing the bulkhead and used a button head bolt.
I hope this helps you. I tried the bigger pulleys but did not work.
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Did you have to switch to different cvd's? are you running the 44 or 46 Cvd Shafts? Thanks
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I put the rear pro module set up. i also used the 415 suspension mounts, short revesable A-arm set up. you'll just need spacers and some shims.
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I don't remember. I bought a Tamiya Conversion for the TA04.
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I put the rear pro module set up. i also used the 415 suspension mounts, short revesable A-arm set up. you'll just need spacers and some shims.
You got pics of the conversion?
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