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Old 04-08-2011, 05:01 AM   #1921
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08 &09 diffs will fit.Anything older ...the gear offset is wrong.
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What shims are being used to stop the spec r gear diff from moving side to side in the Xray T2 08 / 09 / T3? Part # please. I know the opening has to be 10mm.
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What shims are being used to stop the spec r gear diff from moving side to side in the Xray T2 08 / 09 / T3? Part # please. I know the opening has to be 10mm.
Just try a very slim "O" ring on one side, does a great job for me
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Just try a very slim "O" ring on one side, does a great job for me
Do you mean a rubber O-ring?
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Old 04-08-2011, 07:51 AM   #1925
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Anyone know which would be the rite size to replace the 90 2314 HEX SCREW SH M3x14 and the 30 2664 T2 BALL JOINT 5 MM UNIDIRECTIONAL? I'm trying to find the rite sized parts for this mod because the 3X14 screw that goes into the top of the upright hits the rim. I don't want to order the wrong parts.
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08 &09 diffs will fit.Anything older ...the gear offset is wrong.
The pulley will need to be changed to 38t which can be bought separate from the diff.
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The pulley will need to be changed to 38t which can be bought separate from the diff.
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What shims are being used to stop the spec r gear diff from moving side to side in the Xray T2 08 / 09 / T3? Part # please. I know the opening has to be 10mm.
I forget what the part numbers were, but I used the hot bodies shim sets for the cyclone tc. 10mm id and 0.1/0.2mm thickness.
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Old 04-08-2011, 05:45 PM   #1929
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crc makes shims for that too
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Thanks guys. My buddy just found the 1mm offset diff bearing holders.
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Do you mean a rubber O-ring?
Yep, rubber "o" ring will do and is a lot easyer that messing around trying to find metal shims to do the job,
I used a 1mm x 8mm id o ring stretched over the case.
did the job perfect
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08 &09 diffs will fit.Anything older ...the gear offset is wrong.
Will a T2 007 diff fit ? Can the T3 38T pulley be used to replace the one on that diff ? Will that do the job, or does it just not fit the T3 ?
Thanks for your help
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Will a T2 007 diff fit ?
T2 and T2 007.

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Can the T3 38T pulley be used to replace the one on that diff ?
Yes but you will need longer belts. It's not the pulley but offset of the actual diff outdrives in relation to the chassis and bulkhead is why the diffs won't work in the T3, it's not possible even with option parts to change that. Hope that makes some sense...
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T2 and T2 007.

Yes but you will need longer belts. It's not the pulley but offset of the actual diff outdrives in relation to the chassis and bulkhead is why the diffs won't work in the T3, it's not possible even with option parts to change that. Hope that makes some sense...
Yes it does, thanks for your help. I'm brand new to Xray & the different models are difficult to get used to.
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Yes it does, thanks for your help. I'm brand new to Xray & the different models are difficult to get used to.
Xray offers a quick cross reference guide youcan download from their site which is very helpful when seeing what will interchange between models.
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