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Old 08-09-2014, 08:56 PM   #1
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Default f104 v2 diff rebuild help.

hi everyone! need some help rebuilding an tamiya f1 diff using kimbrough spur gear. I tried but the outcome is not smooth.
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you'll have to realy clean all your diff balls one by none , and check that all your ball bearings a completly free. Most of the time the problem is a dirty ball bearing
are you using the #54215 spur gear adapter ?
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yes. i do. thanks!
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Kimbrough spurs use a 1/8" ball, make sure you are not using 3mm.
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Kimbrough spurs use a 1/8" ball, make sure you are not using 3mm.
thanks alot! Btw, Do u know what size of ball for xenon or leespeed spur?
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