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Old 02-26-2003, 10:38 AM   #46
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Yes, parts list please plus instructions(with the appropriate length screw for the hub carrier). Do you have to drill the rear bumper support to put the the screws from the bottom?
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Old 02-26-2003, 11:52 PM   #47
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Old 02-27-2003, 12:06 AM   #48
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NTC3NUT, I think Integ32 is talking about the toe link changing(screwing in and out)when he taps the wall or flip and not the ball cup popping off of the ball stud. Your captured ball ends are great looking and gives the driver that extra peice of mind so they don't have to worry about popping it off. I use capture ball end on my off-road cars too, this is where ball cups pop out the most.
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Old 02-27-2003, 05:11 AM   #49
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The toe links I have can't compress either due to the turnbuckles being oversized (longer). The captured rod ends are completely threaded onto them. No compression, no popping off. i will put together a quick list of parts for you guys ASAP.
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Old 02-27-2003, 07:57 AM   #50
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Ntc3nut, if there is no compression and no room to compress, then how do you adjust for the different toe's.
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Old 02-27-2003, 08:23 AM   #51
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I ran 2deg. toe-in all season last year, so I measured the turnbuckles, and set these up to match. If I need to go to 3deg. I can still take it out to that setting with a few twists. Even if I go to 3deg. the amount it could compress is minimal. With the original standard set-up it was not uncommon to actually have toe-out after a hard impact, they could compress that much!
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Old 02-27-2003, 08:33 AM   #52
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Ntc3nut, thanks for the clarification. I guess it would not do any good for me to make that mod. I had some reversed thread nuts produced.
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Barry nice run in Fla, But then again you could strap a 12 in a shopping cart and out qualify and out run 99.999999% of us.

Tim I plunked down the green on an Osaka version. Lookin forward to putting it down on the track.

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when is ae going to sell the reverse thread turnbuckles and bolts tor the tc3. im getting tired of using my set-up guages everytime i get tapped or flip,also the new gears. i love the car but if u dont sell them soon,ae might loose alot of racers. the ld3 is coming soon.

McMaster Carr sells left hand thread nuts, maybe you will find one that will work.
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Ok guys, here goes:

- (2) 1.25" Lunsford Punisher titanium turnbuckles
- (1 pkg.) C0502 Mugen 3mm threaded captured ball studs
- (1 pkg.) C0111C Mugen captured rod ends
- (2) 3mm x 20mm cap head screws (I used Du-Bro)
- (2) 3mm x 18mm cap head screws (I used Du-Bro)
- (4) 3mm aluminum locknuts (I used GS brand)

Use a 1/8" drill bit to drill thru the rear bumper where the ball studs mount. Also use the 1/8" drill bit to ream out the captured rod ends for the over sized Punisher turnbuckles. Do both of these by hand in order to avoid overdoing it. You will also have to remove the "lip" on the back of the rear bumper for clearance of the captured rod ends, use a Dremel or hacking tool of your choice. I think that's it, if I left anything out, or you guys have any other questions let me know.
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