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Old 12-02-2005, 09:37 AM   #4516
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Hey guys,

I picked up this car used on Monday, raced it on Wednesday (just kind of threw my electronics in it as it was already set up). WOW!

Driving this car compared to my old one......it kind of feels like cheating.
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Old 12-02-2005, 09:42 AM   #4517
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Advil- cool man!! welcome!!

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......it kind of feels like cheating.
..so you feel "right at home then"
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Old 12-02-2005, 10:13 AM   #4519
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..so you feel "right at home then"
Don't be jealous now...... besides, my name isn't "..."

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Old 12-02-2005, 11:07 AM   #4520
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DIFF WASHERS

Some people have been inquiring about the Diff Washers being sold seperately. These go on the Steel Diff Bolt and are beveled. They are available seperately and it is PART NO. 1236.

Do not confuse these with Diff Rings which are 79162. It is listed as "Diff Washers" as well.
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Old 12-02-2005, 11:19 AM   #4521
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Guys can you tell me what shock oil comes with the kit im not sure but i think its 30Wht?
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Old 12-02-2005, 11:19 AM   #4522
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DIFF WASHERS

Some people have been inquiring about the Diff Washers being sold seperately. These go on the Steel Diff Bolt and are beveled. They are available seperately and it is PART NO. 1236.

Do not confuse these with Diff Rings which are 79162. It is listed as "Diff Washers" as well.
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Could you add a tiny little note in the Diff Washer bag on how to remove the old washers cause I know that question will be asked a hundred times...LOL
Thanks again for a great car and great company support.
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Old 12-02-2005, 11:41 AM   #4523
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AGAIN YOU GUYS ROCK.............
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Could you add a tiny little note in the Diff Washer bag on how to remove the old washers cause I know that question will be asked a hundred times...LOL
Thanks again for a great car and great company support.
Well, hopefully it isn't too tough to remove the washers as they usually just fall out. haha.

Now if you are referring to the black diff insert, that has to be heated up to pop out. We have some of the black inserts available at no charge. Just mention them on a order you place. If you want them shipped seperately we just ask for you to pay for shipping. Now you can have extra diff halves.
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heat it up like in an oven ? if so what temp my new redesigned diff screws came and id like to get that baby together


thanks again jeff and company for the quick shipment
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Guys can you tell me what shock oil comes with the kit im not sure but i think its 30Wht?
Any one?
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Old 12-02-2005, 12:50 PM   #4526
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heat it up like in an oven ? if so what temp my new redesigned diff screws came and id like to get that baby together


thanks again jeff and company for the quick shipment
Use a lighter..... it won't take long. Aluminum heats faster than the plastic.
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If it is clear then it is 30wt. If it is red it is 20wt.
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Think there's any trouble using the 6 washer trick with the new diff bolts? That "hack" is only to give finer adjustment options, right?
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Think there's any trouble using the 6 washer trick with the new diff bolts? That "hack" is only to give finer adjustment options, right?
Correct. It will give finer increments. Only use the 6 washers if you are putting at least 2 shims per side.
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Cool, thanks. I'm using two 1MM spacers on each side in the front, so I think I'm set. The new bolts are coming in, so I figure I'll switch to 'em before the old ones have an opportunity to break.
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