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Old 02-03-2004, 12:41 PM   #9961
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do you really want to know ?
Well,if you put it that way it might be best not to embarrass him.
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Old 02-03-2004, 12:45 PM   #9962
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does anybody here know the pinion and spur range for
the new .8 module gears. i know the original gear was

1st pinion 16-18
2nd pinion 19-22
1st spur 47 -?
2nd spur 43-?

thanks in advance
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Old 02-03-2004, 12:55 PM   #9963
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good boy. so where have you been ? nowhere or everywhere ? been so busy with work and it will be like that for the next 3 months.
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Old 02-03-2004, 01:20 PM   #9964
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good boy. so where have you been ? nowhere or everywhere ? been so busy with work and it will be like that for the next 3 months.
Data,you know I always enjoy your encrypted posts.

Are you saying you will be busy with work for the next 3 months? As they say, "All work and no play makes young Data a dull boy" !

Talk to you later son.
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does anybody here know the pinion and spur range for
the new .8 module gears. i know the original gear was

1st pinion 16-18
2nd pinion 19-22
1st spur 47 -?
2nd spur 43-?

thanks in advance
On 0.8 gearing there are available:

- 1st gear 20 - 23T
- 2nd gear 25 - 29T
- 1st spurs 60 - 58T
- 2nd spurs 54 - 52T

Almost stock gearing on 0.8 module is 20/26 with 59/54T If not remember bad.
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2 for effort,0.5 for encrypted intellect and 1 for style.

That's a total of 3.5 or 3.5000000000000 for you Data.

Check your PM.

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That's a total of 3.5 or 3.5000000000000 for you Data.
you know how to add too, kid ?!?!?!
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Hey guy's..got a question.. How do you keep the diff's from leaking.? I had to glue the diff's together!! Any body got any idea's? thank's.. C.
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apply a tad of silicone around the circumference of the diff cover (where it contacts the diff casing), and screw it down
then the diff shouldnt leak!

try that!
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Thank's for your help B,
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Hey guy's..got a question.. How do you keep the diff's from leaking.? I had to glue the diff's together!! Any body got any idea's? thank's.. C.
have you put on the gasket?

use 3mm machine thread screw instead of self threading screws. the machine thread screw hold up much better.
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