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Old 07-05-2012, 11:17 AM   #1
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Help please, I've just revived my TC3 that I built back in 2000.

I installed a Velineon 3500kv motor and ESC from a Slash 4x4, everything else is Factory stock.

I've heard the diffs are going to melt soon, I need advice on replacement or diff options that will work. Just for parking lot driving for now.

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I used a solid spool up front and used the steel diff outdrives for the diff in the rear. The plastic type are too fragile.
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Thanks SteveM, could you list any part numbers for what you've used?
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1) Associated TC3/TC4 Solid Front Axle ASC1703
2) Associated TC3 Steel Differential Assembly ASC3918
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Thanks a million SteveM
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You will get alot of chatter with the front spool and cvd drives though, but it is the fastest setup.......
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You will get alot of chatter with the front spool and cvd drives though, but it is the fastest setup.......
I'm ok with chatter as long as it wont melt my diffs.
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