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    New BYT Member bumblebee's Avatar
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    Default Help with FLM bulkhead 10200 and 10300

    Hey guys
    i have FLM 10200 and 10300 bulkhead combo and i tought the diffs are straight drop in, but i think something is not right.
    As u can see at the photos bellow i started but i can`t finish them. What is this cone for? Shall i have to put it after the small bearing, but then there is no plalce for drive shaft?
    Can you guide me to finish them?

    https://imgur.com/a/noafI

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    Default Re: Help with FLM bulkhead 10200 and 10300

    I haven't been able to find anything on it. Have you tried emailing or calling FLM?
    7:30 PM [SHORTBUS25] yea i knwo how to google y do i need it for
    7:30 PM [SHORTBUS25] i dont have no question for u
    7:30 PM [SHORTBUS25] to goggle
    7:31 PM [fishyblob] its google, not goggle
    7:31 PM [fishyblob] you wear goggles, google is a number
    7:31 PM [fishyblob] sheesh
    7:31 PM [SHORTBUS25] same diff its looks the same
    7:53 PM [SHORTBUS25] i think the pinion is a 78t

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    Default Re: Help with FLM bulkhead 10200 and 10300

    well, i tought i will get any help here, but .... i will email them

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    Default Re: Help with FLM bulkhead 10200 and 10300

    I have never used that part before, but the "cone" looked like a spacer/sleeve for the pinion to me....
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    Default Re: Help with FLM bulkhead 10200 and 10300

    There's a cup that goes on the pinion, it's not an FLM part:

    http://www.hpiracing.com/en/part/86082

    Also sometimes these bulks run a bit narrow. If you find they bind on the diff, make a gasket with gasket paper from the autoparts store between the halves.

    I have boxes of NIB FLM parts mostly savage related if anyone needs them below cost, lol. Leftovers from when I ran my store.
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    Default Re: Help with FLM bulkhead 10200 and 10300

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Van View Post
    There's a cup that goes on the pinion, it's not an FLM part:

    http://www.hpiracing.com/en/part/86082

    Also sometimes these bulks run a bit narrow. If you find they bind on the diff, make a gasket with gasket paper from the autoparts store between the halves.

    I have boxes of NIB FLM parts mostly savage related if anyone needs them below cost, lol. Leftovers from when I ran my store.
    These are for Maxx trucks, not Savage...I guess you could run Savage drive cups and shafts, never tried....
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    Default Re: Help with FLM bulkhead 10200 and 10300

    Just automatically defaulted to savage...same difference, drive cups needed.

    Probably https://traxxas.com/products/parts/5153


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