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Old 05-05-2005, 01:58 PM   #1966
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Alright........ a lot of product coming our way next week. The following items will be available.

Hauler Bags
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Aluminum Power Cases
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Corally BLACK SERIES 19T SPEC
CERAMIC Thrust Bearings
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Don't forget about the current NEW Products already in stock.

1.6mm Front and Rear Swaybars
White Machined Delrin 1 piece Pulleys
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MMS3 Speed Controllers
2.4mm Chassis for Asphalt
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Old 05-05-2005, 02:00 PM   #1967
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Old 05-05-2005, 04:09 PM   #1968
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Quick question, I noticed that the manual shows the guide for the belt at the front. To fit this I had to change the Diff(or spool) the otherway around, ie wide side to the right, opposite to the rear(as shown in the manual), is this what other people have done ? - thanks Andy
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Yup this is what your supposed to do.
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Many thanks - Very good car
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T1FK05 thrusts are blowing out....... Only use ones that have been in stock for a while at your shop. Otherwise you'll waste money.

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Old 05-05-2005, 04:31 PM   #1972
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Andy re-read the manual I think you might have installed it incorrectly, provide a picture. Maybe we can help.
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whoops my bag! looks like you have it handled!
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Quick question, I noticed that the manual shows the guide for the belt at the front. To fit this I had to change the Diff(or spool) the otherway around, ie wide side to the right, opposite to the rear(as shown in the manual), is this what other people have done ? - thanks Andy
The diffs are always supposed to be opposite of each other front and rear.

Same if you are using a diff and a spool, or a diff and a one-way. The front belt has to be on the inner pulley on the layshaft.

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Old 05-05-2005, 05:42 PM   #1975
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This now looks correct
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Jeff or CorallyUSA, I didn't get a chance to call about some parts. I might be making a road trip to the shop on Friday. I am putting a diff in the front end and would like to know if you all have most of the parts for a complete diff. I have an extra one piece pulley that I will be using and just need the rest items. I'll check here or try to call before I leave...
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We have all the parts seperately..... but I think it is cheaper to just buy a new lightweight diff and use the one piece pulley.

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Cool, thanks if everything works out at work I'll be there tommorrow...
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Default Jeff...question on posted setup

On the sheet it states shims under couplers 3mm...what is this?

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3 shims...... 1mm each on each of the roll center blocks. 12 shims on the front end to widen it.

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