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ultimate hybrid rear diff in brushless emaxx - 01.24.2013, 12:48 AM

Hey guys I installed my new diff and the traxxas cvds are too short and barely fit in the diff yokes... is there something im doing wong?
   
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01.24.2013, 10:12 AM

A pic would be good:)
   
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01.24.2013, 10:35 AM

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01.24.2013, 10:51 AM

It looks like you have not the right out dive cups the one in the pic on the RCM site do not have the hopes in them.I would email wear you got them from and tell the what has happened and go from there hope that help you? also so are they real traxs CVD just they are black or did you make them black.
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01.24.2013, 11:05 AM

You might try replacing the drive cups that are installed in the Hybrid diffs in that picture with the standard shafts that came with the diffs, and then put regular drive cups on those. I think that setup reaches out farther.


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01.24.2013, 11:18 AM

There the chrome cvds that u get from traxxas for some reason in the picture they look black... also I bought the ultimate hybrid bulk for the rear from rcm it comes with the diff so im not sure.... I was hoping rcm would reply
   
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01.24.2013, 11:20 AM

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You might try replacing the drive cups that are installed in the Hybrid diffs in that picture with the standard shafts that came with the diffs, and then put regular drive cups on those. I think that setup reaches out farther.


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That is what I was go8ng to try tonight...I sure wish I would have though of it before I installed it all....
   
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