Traxxas #2380 diff questions.

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I'm counting 60 48 pitch gears on the traxxas diff linked. When I find my caliper Ill give measurements.

I think the factory axial is all 32p. Traxxas is all 48p inside and out, and is what appears to be casted steel gears.
 

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I'm counting 60 48 pitch gears on the traxxas diff linked. When I find my caliper Ill give measurements.

I think the factory axial is all 32p. Traxxas is all 48p inside and out, and is what appears to be casted steel gears.
The transmission I'm working with isnt the stock AX10 transmission. Its an all metal one i found on eBay for the AX10, but the gears are smaller than 32P. I think they are 48P, but i have to find my pitch gauge set to make sure.
This is the transmission I'm trying to use:

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And this is the "diff" that came out of it:

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That "diff" seems to all be one piece, and the outdrives are part of it, and have no real diff action, which is why i am trying to find a diff that will work in that housing.
 
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