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  1. nice, that actually did turn it up, thanks.
  2. Did i see someplace that there is a list or a searchable source to find the old part numbers, or where you could see what the old numbers where converted to? For instance, searching this number (19803104) at tamiyausa nets nothing. Was the part changed to a new number, or just gone entirely? Just trying to grow my Tamiya knowledge, wanting to collect as many sources as possible. Thanks.
  3. that's what i was curious about, i wonder if im better off having them order the trf102.
  4. Looking to get into F1 racing, my LHS has a TRF103 for sale. I know it has been discontinued, but was there a particular reason? I see the TRF102 is still being sold. Was wondering, if I were to get the 103, am i going to have a hard time with replacement parts, etc? Just looking for any info anyone can provide. Thanks.
  5. Thanks! I always forget about petit!
  6. I appreciate it. I guess i knew of that website being better than the tamiyausa site. I actually misread your previous post a bit, I was under the impression that you had available a spring chart designated to Tamiya Springs. Thanks for all your help, I really appreciate it.
  7. Do you mind posting a link to where you found that information, i spent some time at the track googling last night and couldn't find quite what you have posted. I'm just looking for a solid place to go for reference. I was curious about the info i posted being wrong, however, the text i posted was from the tamiyausa website. https://www.tamiyausa.com/shop/option-parts/rc-lg-dia-short-spring-set/ I'm trying to wrap my head around all the options tamiya has to offer, but sometimes it's a bit difficult. Thanks for your confirmation of the spring stiffness
  8. Item #42306 Just curious if anyone can give the the details on these springs? The description say 2 soft, 2 medium, and 2 hard. It then goes on to say: Marking sleeves for hard (yellow) and soft (red). The colors on the springs are Green Red and either Clear or Black. Anyhow just curious, which is the softest, which in the hardest? My assumption is Green Soft, Red Medium, Black Hard. Is this correct? Anyone know spring rates on these springs?
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