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Old 02-13-2007, 03:03 AM   #3961
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They 3mm ,engine is 4mm.
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Old 02-13-2007, 03:12 AM   #3962
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Patto/gascar Look at using a TM servo screw and a threaded ball.Sure the TM servo screw wont touch.
http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/ite...oduct-id=53640
The pic is of 5mm threaded balls that you need.That with the TM servo screw will be perfect p/n K1005
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Hey Razzor, im fine with my car , i actually use the mtx 4 shock ends for shocks and the steering ball links for the steering, there is heaps of room for them on the servo saver side, all fine there, it is Gascar (Paul also) that is after a different setup. cheers though for thinking of me
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Old 02-13-2007, 03:16 AM   #3963
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Default rear diff cup wear out

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Old 02-13-2007, 03:18 AM   #3964
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Some of those tracks you have out there Paul are WICKED !!
I'm at least 4 hours away from the nearest descent track here...

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gees and i thought i had it tough travelling 45min iwill never complaine again
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Old 02-13-2007, 03:18 AM   #3965
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Would you have the part no's of those again Patto?

I think Razzor posted them earlier I missed them

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Old 02-13-2007, 03:26 AM   #3966
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Hey Gansei, are those the st steel hardened diff drive cups ? they are supposed to stop that from happening. i will think twice about getting them then. ill stick with the std ones as they wear like this as well.

British Menace, i am looking for the part numbers, ill post them when i find them bit messy here at the moment, trying to prep for sundays racing,
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Old 02-13-2007, 03:54 AM   #3967
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Would you have the part no's of those again Patto?

I think Razzor posted them earlier I missed them

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ok steering links Long, H0855
shock ends, H0555
i cant find the part number for the mugen flanged balls, but k factory also do them that part number is K1338
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Old 02-13-2007, 05:18 AM   #3968
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Thankyou very much...........
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Best of luck Sunday Patto........
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Old 02-13-2007, 05:26 AM   #3970
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Gansei ,how long did you run with those.

They shouldnt do that ,that looks like what happens to the std ones.
My ST ones are going 3 meets no sign of damage.
From the pitting I can see in the picture it looks like those are defective ,looks porous to me.
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Old 02-13-2007, 05:43 AM   #3971
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Menace try Tamiya 53640 5mm threaded balls with Kfactrory K1005 servo screws and 53601 Tamiya 5mm ball ends for the inner steering turnbuckles.
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Gansei ,how long did you run with those.

They shouldnt do that ,that looks like what happens to the std ones.
My ST ones are going 3 meets no sign of damage.
From the pitting I can see in the picture it looks like those are defective ,looks porous to me.
yes. it is st steel hardened diff drive cups.

i used it for 5-6 month.

But damage symptom is appeared in 1 month using.
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Put heat shrink around the outdrive and fill it with tamiya black grease. The heatshrink keeps the grease in the outdrive. Make the heatshrink 1mm or 2mm longer than the drive cup so that when you shrink it, it forms a lip that you have to press the dogbone through. This will prevent the wear. I have been running a set of the lightened outdrives for over 6 months now using this setup and I have no wear on the outdrives.

If you run them dry they will get the wear.

Thanks to the muppet man for this remedy Speaking of the muppet, it must be nearly time for him to come and see the sunshine again?

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Put heat shrink around the outdrive and fill it with tamiya black grease. The heatshrink keeps the grease in the outdrive. Make the heatshrink 1mm or 2mm longer than the drive cup so that when you shrink it, it forms a lip that you have to press the dogbone through. This will prevent the wear. I have been running a set of the lightened outdrives for over 6 months now using this setup and I have no wear on the outdrives.

If you run them dry they will get the wear.

Thanks to the muppet man for this remedy Speaking of the muppet, it must be nearly time for him to come and see the sunshine again?

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sounds great, can you post a pic please..
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Old 02-13-2007, 07:21 PM   #3975
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Put heat shrink around the outdrive and fill it with tamiya black grease. The heatshrink keeps the grease in the outdrive. Make the heatshrink 1mm or 2mm longer than the drive cup so that when you shrink it, it forms a lip that you have to press the dogbone through. This will prevent the wear. I have been running a set of the lightened outdrives for over 6 months now using this setup and I have no wear on the outdrives.

If you run them dry they will get the wear.

Thanks to the muppet man for this remedy Speaking of the muppet, it must be nearly time for him to come and see the sunshine again?

Cheers,

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this sounds like a great tip, would be so kindly to show us pics if you got the time,

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