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Old 01-19-2011, 11:47 PM   #1
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Default TC3 axles with metric threads

I replaced my damaged front universals with some Square R/C Titanium ones and to my surprise the threads are M4. Now I have to run metric nuts up front and SAE in the rear with the factory axles... pretty annoying.

Unfortunately, the Square parts I bought seem to be the last ones in existence for the TC3.

Anyone know where I can get another pair of metric-threaded axles for a TC3?
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Old 01-20-2011, 05:23 AM   #2
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I think your only hope is to find the part # of the square r/c axles and search google/ebay for them. (Have you still got the packaging for them?)

Failing that, go back to stock parts which should be much easier to source. A pain I know, but may be the only option....
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I replaced my damaged front universals with some Square R/C Titanium ones and to my surprise the threads are M4. Now I have to run metric nuts up front and SAE in the rear with the factory axles... pretty annoying.

Unfortunately, the Square parts I bought seem to be the last ones in existence for the TC3.

Anyone know where I can get another pair of metric-threaded axles for a TC3?
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