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Old 06-05-2010, 08:58 PM   #1
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Default tamiya or 3 racing diff for my tt01

just wondering if i should i go with the tamiya hop-up ball diff for my tt01? or keep the 3 racing diff..... any pros or cons whats better? ive been out of the loop for a while
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they are pretty much the same... I'd go with the 3racing because it would be cheaper. Or the tamiya if you plan to race tcs. Otherwise they will work the same, its more on how you build it(sand diff rings smooth), adjust it and set it up. No point spending so much on a basic kit. Get good grease(schumacher) and good thrust bearing grease(associated black).
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