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Old 03-09-2009, 08:21 PM   #1
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So i was doing a little looking but nothing arose. Has anyone tried doing a solid axle swap on the front of a tamiya pajero? Thought of cutting the front of mine up and trying to swap the IFS with a TLT axle but still havent done it.

If anyone has, some input and pics would be great








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Old 03-09-2009, 09:42 PM   #2
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Katan, a member of scale4x4rc.org and possibly here, designed a front axle for the pajero (Beowolf I think its called, selling through RC4WD). I talked to them about doing a 'How-To' on the swap. I didnt go through with it but in the preliminary thoughts I had it seemed you needed to cut the entire front off, including the trans and motor, so you'd have to do that over somewhere else. I dont know if its possible to save the front location of those things and if its worth keeping any of the cc01 chassis if you dont...
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Old 03-09-2009, 10:28 PM   #3
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you can, but not with the tlt, the gear ratio's are different. you would have to make a custom front axle out of another tourage rear axle..that is until Rc4wd produces there new tourage front axle.
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you can, but not with the tlt, the gear ratio's are different. you would have to make a custom front axle out of another tourage rear axle..that is until Rc4wd produces there new tourage front axle.
I believe you can swap the gears out of one into the other.
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i think it would be a good project a plan on doing the same thing just as soon as i get a job and can afford it
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