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Ultimate TB01 Slow Build.

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54 minutes ago, Honza said:

Yes, TL01/M-03 upright will be significiantly wider, as they are designed to stick out of rims so small diameter rims can be used. Long span arms have pivot point inside of wheel.

How wide is space for uprights in rear arms? If it's 12mm, TA04 uprights won't fit - they are ~16mm wide, if I remember correctly. Maybe TL01LA uprights might be right choice? They appear to have right shape and they also should have some toe-in

Or, you can go by way of long CVDs - TRF415 and TB Evo5 with reversible arms used 48mm swing shafts, from what you've said, they should be perfect fit. Wheel axles can be used from TRF414.

Good question on the width of them. I don't know without measuring.

Interesting what they did with the extra bolt on part on the TA06

 

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These are off a evo III, 2° toe by the looks of it. 

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59 minutes ago, TwistedxSlayer said:

They look like they may fit. PM inbound.

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Nice parcel arrived with 2degree uprights and a very special limited edition clip from Svenb. Cheers mate.

 

And a parcel from RC Echo which has plenty more 5mm alloy ball mounts and TA04 upper arm adjustable knuckles.

 

This build may slow down even more now.... The Outer Worlds has been released on the Xbox lol.

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Well... I got a spare 2 minutes. The rear uprights are 15mm wide. The rear arm is 12mm wide. Safe to say they don't fit. Lol.

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Doh! 

Can you trim a bit off the sides? 

1 hour ago, TwistedxSlayer said:

Well... I got a spare 2 minutes. The rear uprights are 15mm wide. The rear arm is 12mm wide. Safe to say they don't fit. Lol.

 

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17 minutes ago, svenb said:

Doh! 

Can you trim a bit off the sides? 

 

Very tempted too and then I’ll pick up some correct ones down the line.

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Am I right in thinking that the TB01 long arm suspension set is the same as the TB evo? 

I should know this 🙄

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15 minutes ago, svenb said:

Am I right in thinking that the TB01 long arm suspension set is the same as the TB evo? 

I should know this 🙄

Yes.

 

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Are these of any use? 

From a tb evo iv 

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13mm wide but don't think they have any toe 

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17 minutes ago, svenb said:

13mm wide but don't think they have any toe 

Would need the TA06 top part to turn the mount through 90degrees.

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On 10/26/2019 at 2:31 PM, svenb said:

Are these of any use? 

From a tb evo iv 

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Evo 4 onwards have 2.6mm hinge pin. They won't fit.

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1 hour ago, Honza said:

 

Evo 4 onwards have 2.6mm hinge pin. They won't fit.

Yes and different bearing size, but could drill 2.6 to 3mm

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On 10/26/2019 at 12:37 PM, svenb said:

Doh! 

Can you trim a bit off the sides? 

 

Tried to trim some off with a Stanley knife, proper hard plastic, give it up a bad idea.

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1 hour ago, TwistedxSlayer said:

Tried to trim some off with a Stanley knife, proper hard plastic, give it up a bad idea.

Slotting disc in a angle grinder to sand it down!? 

A bit extreme but does work. 

 

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14 hours ago, svenb said:

Slotting disc in a angle grinder to sand it down!? 

A bit extreme but does work. 

 

Could be an option I guess. Lol.

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