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410 Diff Seal mod

ttt-410-diffseals-oily The 410 family of vehicles have used the same X-ring diff seals since launch and some users have had less success than others with them.

The washers (TD709001) that sit next to the X-rings and behind the E-clip were updated to a slightly thicker item as a running change to help minimise outdrive movement and keep things nicely sealed but still some users have experienced a slow leak of the diff oils.  The older TD709001 washers were black and the updated items are silver – so you can check to see which you have.

Some of our team drivers have tried other seals to find the best possible performance and some of our drivers have been using DNX408 shock o-ring seals (Part No.TD330099) in the DEX410 differentials for months without problems of leaking.

ttt-410-diffseals-standard Standard X-ring seal ttt-410-diffseals-compared The DNX408 (TD330099) shock seal vs the standard X-ring

The Shock o-rings are smaller than the X-rings but once assembled into the differentials they fill the gaps and seal well. Oil the recess where the o-ring will sit and place the 0-ring in position.

ttt-410-diffseals-assemble1 Lube the recess where the o-ring will sit

ttt-410-diffseals-assemble2 Grease or oil the input shaft

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If you insert the outdrive / input shaft into position now you’ll probably dislodge the o-ring and getting it fully seated with the outdrive shaft in place can be tricky – you can use the box spanner from the kit, to press down the o-ring whilst the input shaft is in place.

ttt-410-diffseals-install_0 You can use the box driver from the kit to push the o-ring down whilst inserting the outdrive ttt-410-diffseals-oringinstalled2 Done!  –  now for the other side

Reinstall the washer and e-clip and after you’d done both o-rings just follow the rest of the regular differential build – the guides below have some useful tips that relate to building the differentials as well as the gearbox housings.

Items you’ll need for the modification are one pack of TD330099 DNX408 SHOCK SEAL O-RING  – which contains enough to do four differentials.

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You can read some useful differential build information in the DESC410R centre diff article here:
DESC410R Centre Diff Option

Information on tightening the differential case properly to ensure it’s sealed well can be found in the Gearbox Build Guide here:
DESC410R/DEX410 Gearbox Pro-Build

410 Diff Seal mod
Team Tech Tips – 16mm Big Bore Shock Set-Up
Travis Amezcua – Ride Height Basics – Tutorial
TD Germany Take Team Title
Team Driver Build Diary – DEX8T – Leo Lorenzen
Team Tech Tips – How To Create A Car Stand Using Kit Boxes
Team Tech Tips – All-New Video – Reduce Mid-Corner Understeer
Team Tech Tips – Droop Tuning Guide
Team Tech Tips – DEX210v2 – Type B Gearbox Camber Position Adjustments
Team Tech Tips – DEX210v2 Camber Adjustment Guide
Team Tech Tips – Build The Perfect Turnbuckle Linkages
Team Tech Tips – Lightweight Diff Conversion
Team Tech Tips – DEX210v2 Ride Height
Team Tech Tips – Diff Change – 210 Range
DEX410 Rear Cone Washer Mod – Team Tech Tip
Team Durango Big Bore Shock Build Guide
INSTALLING THE TEAM DURANGO DIMEC CHASSIS ON THE DEX210
Team Durango ‘Race Ready RTR’ Team Tech Tip videos online
‘210 Gear Diff Build
DEX410v3 – RR Anti-Squat settings
DESC410R – Outer Hinge Pin Location
TD330303 – ‘408 Toe-in and kick-up inserts
DESC410R TD320141 Rear Bumper Install
DEX210 Motor Configuration Guide
Turnbuckle Build Guide
DEX210 Ball Differential Build Guide – Part 1
DEX210 – 25° CASTER MOD
DEX210 – INSERT SETUP GUIDE
DESC410R 2mm Anti-Roll Bar set screw mod
1/10th scale BIG BORE spring charts
DNX408 Ackermann link mod
+2mm Rear Roll Centre – DNX408
DNX408 Receiver Fitment
DNX408 Shock Build Guide
DNX408 Brake Piston Alignment
DNX408 Drive Shaft Boot Install
DNX408 Gearbox Input ‘Snapring’ install procedure
DESC410R +1 Degree rear hubs
DESC410R Centre Diff Option
DESC410R – Slipper Setting
DESC410R/DEX410 Gearbox Pro-Build.
DNX408 Brake Shimming
DNX408 Throttle Linkages
DNX408 Setup from Reno Savoya
Anti-Roll Bar Installation
Shock build guide
25mm Lipo in DEX410
Setting up your Servo Saver
Starting Set-up for DEX410 (Outdoors)
How to Save / Send in your set-ups using the Team Durango Editable Set-up Sheet
Bullet-Proofing your CVD’s
Building the Perfect Diff
Rear inner hinge pin spacer (TD709005)
Your local Team Durango distributor
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IL 61822, USA
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