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Old 06-21-2010, 09:41 PM   #1
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I currently bought the ta05 aramid blue belt for my ta05 ifs r and the seller told me that it would fit on my ifs but no matter what I try it just wont fit in...are there any ta05 racer can help me with the problem. thanks

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Old 06-21-2010, 10:43 PM   #2
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I currently bought the ta05 aramid blue belt for my ta05 ifs r and the seller told me that it would fit on my ifs but no matter how hard I tried to put it just wont fit in...are there any ta05 racer can help me with the problem. thanks
First off, what size are the belts you bought? And also, are you running the stock diff gears or 37T diff gears?
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First off, what size are the belts you bought? And also, are you running the stock diff gears or 37T diff gears?
I think the belt is 167mm. Im running 37t on the rear and front spool diff set.
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The front belt fits perfectly fine the problem is on the rear belt.
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Old 06-21-2010, 11:38 PM   #5
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The belts will fit, because I have them in my car. I just loosen the diff so there is no slack in the belt. And once the belt is around both the diff and center pully I drop the diff back in its socket.
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The belts will fit, because I have them in my car. I just loosen the diff so there is no slack in the belt. And once the belt is around both the diff and center pully I drop the diff back in its socket.
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