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Old 11-08-2003, 05:43 PM
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http://www.putnampropulsion.com/
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did you post your TA Nats set-up anywhere?

if not could you shoot me an e-mail....buddy...pal

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Old 11-09-2003, 01:44 AM
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Just for curiosity, will the dear diff fit in the front diff housing, if so anybody have a part number for the complete unit. Any help is very appresiated, just bougth my Evo III and dont quite like the front oneway...
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Yes a rear diff will fit also for the front but there isnt a complete diff kit. You have to order all the parts as in the manual.
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Old 11-09-2003, 07:40 AM
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what do you guys do to stop the 26mm wheels hitting the top link ball joint?
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Im using 1mm spacers between wheel hexes and wheel.
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what do you guys do to use 26 mm wheels to stop from binding on the upper link?
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Originally posted by V12
Im using 1mm spacers between wheel hexes and wheel.
its still binding with 2mm worth of spacers.
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Rod,

did you post your TA Nats set-up anywhere?

if not could you shoot me an e-mail....buddy...pal

JC
I'll send it your way on Monday.


The 04 was good yesterday but it did not have the snap coming out of corners like the Ebo Tray does.
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Old 11-09-2003, 09:29 AM
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Could someone do me a favour and list all the drive train fixes for the evo for me

shimin, backin plates n so on.

who runs 2 diffs here, anyone experience skipping teeth in the front?
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I was diggin through a box of spare parts and came across some #500 oil. Does anybody know how these other oils compare to the double digit oils? Like is #500 equal to 50 weight or is it some mathmatical calculation?

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Thanx for the help V12
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Originally posted by trf racer
its still binding with 2mm worth of spacers.

The only way I've successfully spaced it out is using either 2x 2mm spacers or 4x 1 mm spacers. The other way around it is to get a set up of the Plain Alloy hexes, they are 6mm.

Also, one of my mates just dropped his foams onto a tire truer actually cut 2mm off the rim, making it a nice 24mm foam.

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Originally posted by gcooper
I was diggin through a box of spare parts and came across some #500 oil. Does anybody know how these other oils compare to the double digit oils? Like is #500 equal to 50 weight or is it some mathmatical calculation?

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500 is equal to 45 wgt.
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Originally posted by Roger
500 is equal to 45 wgt.
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Thanks for the feedback. I also have #300, #400 and #600 do you know how those convert?

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600/ 55
400/35
300/25
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I run a diff in the front and never had a problem with it looks and ran great for my spring and fall season.
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