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  1. FS: Thorp Dirt Burners #4583 and #4584 - Fox Pressure Discs RH and LH. Vintage parts. New in package. Absolutely no rust. These are as clean as they get for being 30 years old... I got these as part of a larger collection of Thorp parts. I don't have a Fox, so I don't need them... $15 gets you both. Includes shipping in US. If you are overseas, we'll work out some arrangement for postage... http://jpegbay.com/gallery/005267690-.html#1 Terry
  2. ** UPDATE: I'VE DECIDED TO DROP THE PRICE TO $48 (FIXED) ** I had been holding onto this for my Astute project but I've decided I don't plan to run the Astute anyway so it isn't likely to break the plastic part, and doesn't do much for display either since this piece is inside the gearbox. So, have it up on ebay for $60 obo - but would accept $50 from a TCer, just let me know who you are. If you're paying international shipping I might accept less to offset your shipping. This is not an easy part to find and I'm probably selling it at a loss - don't remember what I paid for it. http://www.ebay.com/itm/NIP-Thorpe-Dirt-Burners-Tamiya-Astute-King-Cab-Madcap-Center-Gear-Support-4946-/331707092119
  3. Yes people, I own the holy graal of the Astute serie but unfortunatelly I don't own the instruction sheet and one diff cup is missing. Can someone scans and posts the instruction and has someone this cup please? Many thanks. Max
  4. Alas, I was finally able to locate a copy of, if not a complete set of Thorp Dirt Burners documents / manuals / diagrams / parts lists, then a mostly complete set. I thought briefly whether there would be any good reason to not share it, but it struck me that if Thorp were producing Dirt Burners parts today they would almost certainly make their documentation freely available online for all to benefit from. So, that's what I'm doing here - and I see no reason why any of you shouldn't download the PDF and distribute it far and wide to anyone that might need it. http://sdrv.ms/1bqjIba ps- please let me know if the above link doesn't work correctly...
  5. hello cruel world. i was rebuilding the gearbox on my monster frog (aka kermit the hulk) and was putting in the monster beetle thorp ball diff i have. well i have no idea how it happened but i managed to lose a part. what's worse, i have no idea what the part is called to try to look for a replacement. the part in question - great! another piece just fell apart as i'm writing this - fits inside the longer half of the metal parts which reduce the diameter of the opening so as to fit the end of the drive cup (the one that connects to the half shaft/dogbone). the opening currently is hexagonal and it pretty perfectly fits around the outside of a wheel lock nut (7mm?). but the also hexagonal end of the cup is much smaller. the other part that fell apart seems to be a tiny bearing in the middle. a pic will make this easier to describe: click the pic to see a bigger pic. can anyone help??