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I can also confirm the universals fit - done the same mod on my SA. Just need the 3mm inner hub bearings and they fit perfectly.

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Very strange. When I put it in yesterday without the inner bearing it still was too long... Have to try again then

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did you change the inner drive hubs? You need to keep the standard ones FWIR as they are shorter

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No, did not.

 

But I I found the mistake. I left the o-ring in the diff outdrive. This is worth at least 4mm of bone length :lol:

Now it will fit. Thank you guys for being persistent on this topic.

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The 5x11x3 bearings arrived and now allowed me to install the universals.


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They fit perfect (without o-ring)!

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These are great. 

I put a whole TTC transmission / gearbox into my King Cab. 
 

 

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I did some custom work for @Quincy.

He doesn’t trust the Lexan dust cover and I can understand. The thin dust cover of my Team Associated RC10 T2 was a nightmare and practically useless...

 

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The one for Quincy will be much stiffer and will have a O-ring seal for the slipper clutch set screw like we know it from the Dyna Blaster/Storm. Additionally it is a little flatter also.

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3 hours ago, wtcc5 said:

I did some custom work for @Quincy.

Thank you! Awesome work! Now I can complete my Super Astute, too.

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I finally made a video to how I build the Hi-Cap dampers:

 

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With @Quincy buying the carbon chassis, I couldn’t resist of getting one too for my well used Super Astute with its hard scratched one. The price is so attractive in HongKong :wub:  In Germany the original parts are available in the shops, but cost 97 Euro, the cfk set just 50 Dollar in HK…

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