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Old 07-02-2018
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Default RD alloy diff cases B64

Iíve just decided to change my diff cases to revolution designs alloy ones.
They come with there own gear bars, but I canít seem to get them to fit the bars seem a tad bit long....has anyone else had this issue?
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After reading this I thought I’d open the one I’ve just bought and again the bars are too long . Only way I can see to rectify it is too grind a tiny bit of of the bars ?
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Cheers for the reply

Iíve took the dremal to mine, itís not much to be removed but still 20£ a pop Iíd expect them to be on point.. Much better than the plastic ones, I hopefully wonít strip the threads in them like Iíve done loads with the plastic diff cases
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Another thing I thought of was the kit bars ? Would they not have fitted ? I know what you mean with the kit plastic threads stripping , they’re not great are they that’s one of the reasons I’ve bought one . It’s got nothing to do with being a bling whore I assure you
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Lol no bling whores here

No the kit ones donít fit just need rounding with the dremal .
Iíve not seen any spare bars from RD yet either
Got both diffs in now they look the part and can only do a better job..expensive but for me and my gorilla wrenching Iíll save some money lol
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Well seems no as you’ve done yours and it wasn’t too much of a drama I’ll do mine tomorrow . You’d of thought rd would have checked they fitted though lol
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Yeah me too for the price especially
Itís took me weeks to justify getting them
Itís also not the first time Iíve had stuff off them thatís doesnít fit perfectly
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Fitted mine tonight without much drama
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Looks well bud Iím going to order the center diff case...now although I mostly use the slipper
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Ive only run the centre gear diff , not tried the slipper yet but I do have one . The b64d is the first 4wdcar Iíve raced so Iím still trying new things to see what I like .

Outdoors I love it , Astro and grass both great but where I race week in week out at yorcc Iíve struggled with it . Only recently started to enjoy it but not sure itís quite right for me yet , I think Iíll try the slipper next week . Is it noticeably different to the gear diff ?
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