Reviews for Team Losi Racing Carbide Differential Ball Set (14) (TLR 22) [TLR2956]

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James Williams
Wednesday, Nov 16 2011 (about 4 years ago)
Team Losi Racing Carbide Differential Ball Set (14) (TLR 22)
These are the balls that come in the kit; everyone I know (including myself) who built the kit with these balls had to replace them within 2 race days. They are too soft and get flat spots. Most people I know are replacing them with another brand balls (For example the Associated ASC6581 or ProTek PTK-2006). The problem is the TLR 22 uses 14 balls and most of the other kits use 12 so you have to buy 2 packs of balls to get 14. Losi also has tungsten carbide diff balls (TLR2951) that should be harder but I don't know anyone who has used them. There are a few companies who make diff rebuild kits for the 22 that include 14 balls. Either way don't bother wasting your money on these.
Todd Matthews
Friday, Jan 13 2012 (about 4 years ago)
Team Losi Racing Carbide Differential Ball Set (14) (TLR 22)
Ran these in my 22 for about 6 months of racing and practice. Diff worked great! Recommend to anyone.