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Rear Diff

July 5 2012 at 4:47 AM
Calum Melrose  (Login calum_melrose)
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Response to Warning ! Be careful with this model

The kit may need work its so much easier to work in plastic than diecast. I still will be getting a couple funds allowing, the cab does look off a bit but I am sure this will be sorted with an after market item.

I am very surprised at how tiny the rear diff is on the real vehicle. so much power and torque going into somthing that small very surprised. My Leyland lynx has a smaller than normal rear diff but it has hub reduction units on the rear hub to deal with the torque I am amazed that this worked.


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