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Old 11-27-2010, 10:04 PM   #496
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anyone have part numbers for the shims for the wide front end, i saw a couple diff combo's after reading the thread . . .seems to be anywhere from 1.25 on each side to 2.5??? is this correct? which shims are you actually using and how wide are you making the front end by shimming at the lower suspension holder???
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The part numbers don't matter. You can use just about any shims you want as long as you end up with 2.25 mm of shims between the arm mounts and the bulkheads on each side.
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The new setup (if released which I highly think it will be) allows you to make finer adjustments to height and also allows you to run a lot longer link (hillbilly link we have all ran this past year). Plus with these you wont have to have 3 different sets of links (L, H, R's and hillbilly's).

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Old 11-28-2010, 06:09 AM   #498
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Chris - no part numbers handy while heading back from thr track. the stock shim is a 1.5mm so you add the 0.75mm shim. I'd also recommend picking up some of the 0.4mm shims. Along with the shims you need to use 16mm cap head screws to make sure there us enough thread in the bulkhead/arm mounts.
hanulec you should have your own thread!!! thanks for the help, thats what i was looking for . . .
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Are these in fact x-ray parts? I saw something from one of the aftermarket companies that looked very much like that.

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These aren't Xray parts but they are made by "Max Carbon" for the T3/T3'11 =)
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I recently purchased a used Xray that came with a new multi diff, but its missing one of the plastic spacers for the outdrive and the pin that goes into the locking pin. I'm having a tough time locating part numbers for these items, can they be purchased separate?
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The new setup (if released which I highly think it will be) allows you to make finer adjustments to height and also allows you to run a lot longer link (hillbilly link we have all ran this past year). Plus with these you wont have to have 3 different sets of links (L, H, R's and hillbilly's).

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Any idea when the parts will be released?
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Are these in fact x-ray parts? I saw something from one of the aftermarket companies that looked very much like that.

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Those ARE Xray parts. The Max carbon's have a dull orange color and also only have two holes. The ones Xray is testing has 3 holes and the orange is a perfect match.

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Any idea when the parts will be released?
Usually once Xray allows photos to be made and put on the web they are close.

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Hey guys just thought I would join the fun. I didn't know this is where all the cool people hang out, like Chris, Andrew, Bonadezy, and The Rock man. Just finished my 11 today going to practice all day tomorrow. I guess I have to retire the old t3.

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I recently purchased a used Xray that came with a new multi diff, but its missing one of the plastic spacers for the outdrive and the pin that goes into the locking pin. I'm having a tough time locating part numbers for these items, can they be purchased separate?

http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...7&catName=XRAY Multi
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Here's my custom made gear diff my dad made from the NT1 that I use in my T3.

any one know the best way to align 38t gear to the diff housing so its in the center.thanks
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Awesome, thank you very much.
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any one know the best way to align 38t gear to the diff housing so its in the center.thanks
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Has anybody tried getting up and down the gearing range needed for 17.5 stock and 17.5 open without changing the spur? Is it possible to go from 4.0 to 6.4 without a spur change. I thought I would ask before I start changing spurs/pinions around.
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