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Old 03-02-2012, 12:48 PM   #61
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Just installed kit but the right rear seems a little sloppy is this normal??
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Old 03-02-2012, 02:45 PM   #62
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I put a .5 mm shim in the left hub and it got rid of the slop.
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Old 03-03-2012, 02:32 PM   #63
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Hi, Does anyone have any idea of how this conversion wide track is
installed in a Standard F-104. Thanks for any help as I can understand the
front uprights but cannot figure out how it works in the rear axle. I just ordered one and need some help. Regards
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Old 03-03-2012, 03:03 PM   #64
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Hi, Does anyone have any idea of how this conversion wide track is
installed in a Standard F-104. Thanks for any help as I can understand the
front uprights but cannot figure out how it works in the rear axle. I just ordered one and need some help. Regards
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does this pic help?
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Old 03-03-2012, 03:55 PM   #65
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Hi, Does anyone have any idea of how this conversion wide track is
installed in a Standard F-104. Thanks for any help as I can understand the
front uprights but cannot figure out how it works in the rear axle. I just ordered one and need some help. Regards
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You have to have the Pro diff.
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You have to have the Pro diff.
Whoops, my bad. Completly forgot that a standard F-104 has the 103 type diff. So yeah, you will need to buy a pro diff set.
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Hi, Thanks guys, I just ordered the Pro Dif set. Again Thanks
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Old 03-05-2012, 12:40 AM   #68
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the front axles come in 4 pieces,is that two sets of different lengths?
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the front axles come in 4 pieces,is that two sets of different lengths?
yes, two for 190mm and two for 200mm
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thank you for reply. if the front is 190 or 200,the rear is only 190?
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front is 190 or 200. rear is 190. Or 200 if you use the f103 rears.
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i was planning to use on my 104 on rubber tire so i use 190 front and the rear for 190 all round
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Why oh why people promote cheater cars I will never understand. F1 is for scale fanatics so 180mm is the ONLY way! Speed freaks go race 1/8th or wing slot cars but don't mess up F1!
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I agree with the 180mm and 200mm cars being separated as the 200mm cars have an advantage.

205mm and 190mm well that's just being gay.

1/8th Nitro is great btw! it's blooming expensive though.

F1 should be realistic Retro and Modern.. 200mm and 180mm

It's not hard! 1/10 Nitro has 200mm and 220mm...
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