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Old 12-11-2002, 12:06 PM   #1096
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Utter rubish? That is the part numbers I cut and pasted from Mugens United States website. Rubbish is the fact that we use capital letters to start a sentence and we spell it length not lenght.
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Utter rubish? That is the part numbers I cut and pasted from Mugens United States website. Rubbish is the fact that we use capital letters to start a sentence and we spell it length not lenght.
m8 your talking the cv bones my post was refrence the kit ones
1/ in the Uk we get out facts RIGHT, but ok we cant spell but look at your first rubbish!!!! Also take note that the quote in my post is NOT by you, so go take some happy pills and chill. I supose its like ur rubbers stop aids/pregnacies and ours rub out pencil!!(as in your eraser!)
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Old 12-11-2002, 12:20 PM   #1098
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It is all good. Mugen rules!
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TO230 is the part number for dogbones and it does say front and rear so i could have been wrong about different length dogbones

i wish i had my stuff here at work i could have sworn there were different lengths
The front and rear dog bones for the MTX-3 are the same T0203 but they are not the same length as the MTX-2 dog bones, and as for the universals the front and rear are different T0245 front T0246 rear. The reason why the fronts are avalible before the rear are because of whats important to the car.
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The front and rear dog bones for the MTX-3 are the same T0203 but they are not the same length as the MTX-2 dog bones, and as for the universals the front and rear are different T0245 front T0246 rear. The reason why the fronts are avalible before the rear are because of whats important to the car.

Robbie why are the cv bone differant front and rear ? diff part numbers?
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IF i have replaced the Front Dogbones of the mtx-3 with the dogbones from the mtx-2, and have the track width at 200mm, will i have to worry about losing a dogbone when i go to drive my car in 8 DAYS
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did they make front universals longer than rear?
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IF i have replaced the Front Dogbones of the mtx-3 with the dogbones from the mtx-2, and have the track width at 200mm, will i have to worry about losing a dogbone when i go to drive my car in 8 DAYS
Npoe they will work out just fine.
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awesome, then its all systems go for when i go home!
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i just got mt front universals they were delivered about 10 minutes ago

if they were same length front and rear why are the universals labeled front and why would the rears not be available yet here
i have a set of front cvd, dont you? go check and figure it out yourself and dont scream goblin !
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Option Parts for MTX-3



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Front# TO245
Rear# TO246
They have different part numbers from Mugen ................So I would assume they are different somehow. Must be different length.
the difference is the "front" CVD pack comes with o-rings for "spacing" the outdrive and CVD bone !
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i just went to mugenracing.com and under optioal parts for mtx-3 it lists the exact part numbers YBSLOW just posted
I am wondering if you have this car. dont scream if you dont and sit back !
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Old 12-11-2002, 11:38 PM   #1109
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What is it with front/rear universals guys!!!!!!!!!!!........Notice none of the 1/8th cars use them?? Dogbones are alot more reliable and probably just as efficient as universals.
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What is it with front/rear universals guys!!!!!!!!!!!........Notice none of the 1/8th cars use them?? Dogbones are alot more reliable and probably just as efficient as universals.
I run a full set of universals in my MRX-3.
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