Moving right along, no issues so far other than hunting down a axle pin that rolled off the table. Its time to assemble the transmission. Here are some images from building bag C. In the diff department, I like that TLR machined the outdrive surfaces where the ring sits after they have been coated so the diff ring sits on a true surface. The lightwight top shaft and idler gear shaft is a nice touch as standard equipment. Finally the dual pad slipper bag has a 78T and 86T spur gear. I slipped on the 78T since I’ll be running a 17.5 motor.