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Old 01-11-2017, 11:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a list of the frame widths of the various TRex 600 incarnations? A while ago a friend of mine offered me some metal main bearing blocks that he had in his parts bin so could upgrade my stock plastic ones, but his were noticeably wider and didn't fit in-between the frames of my 600CF.
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Is there a list of the frame widths of the various TRex 600 incarnations? A while ago a friend of mine offered me some metal main bearing blocks that he had in his parts bin so could upgrade my stock plastic ones, but his were noticeably wider and didn't fit in-between the frames of my 600CF.
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The trex 600e cf, gf and 600esp had internal frame width of 47mm. The trex 600 nitro and 600 pro have internal frame width of 54mm. The main bearings for the nitro and pro version will not work on the earlier 600e versions.

The Chaos 600e and Chaos 600 nitro version have a internal frame width of 54mm.
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Thank you! That's what I was looking for.
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