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Old 02-06-2006, 03:22 AM   #1
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Hi. The front-drive belt goes around a pulley on the front diff. The flange on that pulley came apart from the pulley and got chewed up by the belt. What is the part number or name of that pulley? I need to order one, but don't know what it is. Thanks.

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I think what your talking about is the one-way pulley (24T) and flange.
Part No:808229

Check out the Serpent site at mytsn.com.
Go to the products page and look under gas cars, click on the 705 200mm car and you should be able to access any and all info you need.
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Old 02-07-2006, 03:19 PM   #3
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I think what your talking about is the one-way pulley (24T) and flange.
Part No:808229

Check out the Serpent site at mytsn.com.
Go to the products page and look under gas cars, click on the 705 200mm car and you should be able to access any and all info you need.
I didn't have any luck there, but thanks. There were only 10 hop-up parts on that page.
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I didn't have any luck there, but thanks. There were only 10 hop-up parts on that page.
Try the link below to MyTSN and you can downoad the 705 Reference guide which will have exploded views and part numbers for you.

http://www.mytsn.com/products/dnlfil...exploded%2Epdf
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Hi. The front-drive belt goes around a pulley on the front diff. The flange on that pulley came apart from the pulley and got chewed up by the belt. What is the part number or name of that pulley? I need to order one, but don't know what it is. Thanks.

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You can download the complete parts list as well as the reference guide and manual from the following link. http://www.mytsn.com/products/downlds.asp?prid=2471

The reference guide will show you every part and it's part number.

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Old 02-08-2006, 02:58 AM   #6
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That's the ticket!! Thanks, guys.

Another question: What does it mean by "one-way" axle conversion?
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Old 02-08-2006, 11:23 AM   #7
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Got it apart, finally. I don't know why, but the flange came apart from the pulley and the belt slipped off. I don't understand why the flange is separate, anyway. Why is it not just a one-piece pulley? I pushed the flange back on with a hammer, as it is an aluminum piece, instead of the plastic one. Searching for an aluminum one, now. I hope it lasts a little while longer, until I can find one.
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