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That was a while back. Most have gone and down to about 20 now.
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What is that rear diff...?
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Default Rear diff for top force 2017

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What is that rear diff...?
It's a dremelled down m05/m06 stock gear diff. I used the internals from a tt01 (outdrives with flats instead of splines), as I stripped my stock ball diff at the splines and wanted something beefier.

You'll need to Dremel off the flanges on both sides of the diff case, and dress the gears (which might get a little distorted after dremelling), to fit the topforce/ta01/ta02 gearbox.

It works great, but it is not sealed, so I only grease it with some light lube.

If you're just building your topforce/mantaray, don't bother using a rear ball diff... It will strip so quickly you can't believe. The front ball diff seems a little less prone to strippage.

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A few shots of my YZ-834B runner in her new body and wing .


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Nice very stratos looking

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OK one of my vintage cars here and is one I'm up for parting with should someone want to part with £400. You'll never find another like this, plus comes with another unused test chassis.
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