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Old 11-26-2010, 06:57 PM   #1
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Default help with tamiya tb02 front end

i'm trying to repair my tamiya tb02 front end my wheel had fallen off and i had to replace the driveshaft because i lost it no my wheels have like a lot of play in them by play i mean that i can take my hand and shake the wheel and my drive shaft wants to fall back out i'm trying to find out what is the parts called or is there a place where i can like get a blueprint type thing or anything to help me thanx i have pics of the front end as attachments
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Old 11-26-2010, 07:03 PM   #2
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does the other side have the same problem? if not, compare the two for missing parts.
You cant make this stuff up!!!

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I think this will get a better response in the OnRoad forum, so I'll move it there, should be more people with personal experience with Tamiyas....
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I think you lost your upper king pin.
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Old 11-28-2010, 07:43 AM   #5
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Maybe the manual will help.


Don't worry if it's not the same body and kit number. A TB02 chassis is the same whether it's a Subaru or a Mercedes. The Aluminum parts on your car are add ons. The original parts are supposed to be plastic. Unfortunately that means some screw sizes (usually the length) might be different for your car but at least you know what things are supposed to look like. Good Luck
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