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    Yes another lst2 diff question

    Are there any diff cases that you can put lst2 diff internals in that would fit in the e revo bulkheads without having to dremel them out. The bulkheads just become to weak, i know there are other threads and one in particular is designing new bulks to fit the lst2 but isn't there any diff cases that will already fit in the stock bulkheads with the lst2 internals?

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    nope there is not......sorry...
    if there was then there would be no need to do all the bulk head work.
    Now the Maxx is another story.
    http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread...(-all-models-)
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    Would you go flip my truck back over??

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    Nope there were some bulkheads along time ago but not anymore. If you don't have the tools or ability to do the mods I would try maybe asking if someone on the site that has done it already if they would do it for you maybe for a little extra money. But remember its not gonna be cheap but if there were premade bulks that fit they wouldn't be cheap anyways so either way it's gonna cost you a good bit with the diffs, center dogbone set, bulks with modification, and a couple other nickel and dime things but once it's all done you will be extremely happy
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    That would be too easy! But they would make a bundle

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    Are the LST diffs worth it? I heard some people didn't like them. Why?
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    I haven't heard a single person say they were unhappy you prolly couldn't slap the smile off my face lol
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    They are the strongest setup available for the revo. Few different options I run aluminum cups and tin coated gears and yellow seal ceramic bearings to help limit failure

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50togo View Post
    They are the strongest setup available for the revo. Few different options I run aluminum cups and tin coated gears and yellow seal ceramic bearings to help limit failure
    You use aluminum cups with LST 2 diffs or Stock with aluminum? Also I would never trust myself to do this mod.
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    Sorry no bolt-ons here, get to modding some bulks.

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    Rock n Rolla !

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    That's the thread I used to base my modded diffs very easy to follow
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