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Old 07-16-2012, 01:06 PM   #1
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Hey guys quick question i got a spec r gear diff for my xray t3 2012 and when i put the too cases together it doenst fit flush theres about 1mm to 1mm and a half of a gap and im test fitting it without the gears in ti so its not a jamming issue .....is this common from this company ...i could just sand the case down and get it to fit but i shouldnt have to do this....does spec r take care of there customers if they send out a defective product?
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I purchased a gear diff that had the wrong outdrives included in the package. A couple of emails back and forth and the problem was solved. I was very pleased with their customer service.
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Contact them and request another one.
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Hey guys quick question i got a spec r gear diff for my xray t3 2012 and when i put the too cases together it doenst fit flush theres about 1mm to 1mm and a half of a gap and im test fitting it without the gears in ti so its not a jamming issue .....is this common from this company ...i could just sand the case down and get it to fit but i shouldnt have to do this....does spec r take care of there customers if they send out a defective product?
over tightening the screws will cause the case to separate
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over tightening the screws will cause the case to separate
The case doesnt fit flush without the screws ....i didnt even try to screw it together....anyways i just sanded it down then screwed it together and its flush now.
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