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Old 08-10-2006, 10:08 AM   #5401
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Here comes the pics of the delrin/steel spool, the final version of the aluminium/delrin spool and the installation in the car with Tamiya bones.
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Old 08-10-2006, 10:22 AM   #5402
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Any plans to offer these items to the general public
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are you going to sell the spool ?

What size tamiya bones fit in the stock diff in the front and rear ?
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Old 08-10-2006, 10:27 AM   #5404
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Here comes the pics of the delrin/steel spool, the final version of the aluminium/delrin spool and the installation in the car with Tamiya bones.

Very nice unit. To bad some companies think that only the design they start with is the best. This set up is much nicer than the multi diff and the dumb blade system.
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Old 08-10-2006, 10:38 AM   #5405
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Looks well made, good job. I dont see any mounting holes, how do you attach the belt pully to the spool?
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Old 08-10-2006, 10:51 AM   #5406
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If some of you might be interested by buying one, PM me.
I think only few unit can be done at the same time by my friend because it take him some time of work, so it can take a litlle time.

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What size tamiya bones fit in the stock diff in the front and rear ?
with the stock XRay diff you can't use tamiya bones because you need to use blades. Maybe with the platic ones of the T2R it will be possible but i don't know.
With latest spool, we use 46mm bones
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Old 08-10-2006, 02:21 PM   #5407
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Does'nt Tamiya use a blade system on one the the 415's? The dog bones are so much less.
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exact, but I don't know if tamiya blades fit the xray diff outdrives, I should have a look!!
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Old 08-10-2006, 03:44 PM   #5409
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Here comes the pics of the delrin/steel spool, the final version of the aluminium/delrin spool and the installation in the car with Tamiya bones.

Stong and solid. I love my Xray, but if they keep jacking up part prices, I'll find a cheaper hobby. The price on the bones and diffs are outragous. The diffs don't even come with carbide diff/trust balls. When's a aftermarket company going to reap from Xray's greed? I say loose the blades and make a wheel bearing hub spacer. Please make some changes Xray! Just my two cents.
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The diffs don't even come with carbide diff/trust balls.
Per the manual, they do come with carbide diff and thrust balls...930120 and 930138.
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Per the manual, they do come with carbide diff and thrust balls...930120 and 930138.
when you buy a diff they do not.
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When's Xray going to offer diff halfs separate? I just ruined another and I out for a month. I can't take it anymore! Please tell me that Xray will offer a plastic diffs at a much lower cost. I want to be able to buy what I need and not be forced to spend $60 every time I need one diff half.
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Which diff are you referring to?

The Factory Diffs 305002 do indeed come with Carbide Diff and thrust balls.
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are you going to sell the spool ?

What size tamiya bones fit in the stock diff in the front and rear ?
I'd like to know as well.
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Old 08-11-2006, 06:23 AM   #5415
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With the spool I use the 46 mm ones but with the diff you should use the 42mm because XRay one's are 43mm long.
Tamiya blade seems to be 3mm so it might work!!
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