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Old 04-14-2012, 08:38 PM   #4981
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Does anyone know what the part# is for the new chassis weights, and what distributors are selling it?
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Does anyone know what the part# is for the new chassis weights, and what distributors are selling it?
The part # is 2136, but they are not out yet . Should be in the next week or so...

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I'm new to the Stadium Truck class and see that there are no hex wheels for the T4.1. Are there any plans for our friends at JConcepts to come out with some?
We are looking into it...
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hey paul, i would just like to ask when would u run the new medium profiled rear buggy foams over the and1 foams at mills or coral when traction comes around for barcodes. just like your opinion on what combo u would choose(v1-v2, compound and open or closed cell foams)? ready to put a order in for tires!!
We run the profiled inserts mostly indoor on smooth tracks, but Coral Springs and Mills are good candidates when the bit is up and the surface is smooth (low/no dust).
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Old 04-16-2012, 04:13 PM   #4984
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Old 04-16-2012, 05:52 PM   #4985
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I bought some 12mm hex adapters for my SC10 RS to replace the plastic 12mm adapters that came stock, The rear adapters fit great. The front adapters (2134) have screws that are too short to engage the threads. Is this common? I guess I could source longer screws, but this isn't the quality I expect from Jconcepts.
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I bought some 12mm hex adapters for my SC10 RS to replace the plastic 12mm adapters that came stock, The rear adapters fit great. The front adapters (2134) have screws that are too short to engage the threads. Is this common? I guess I could source longer screws, but this isn't the quality I expect from Jconcepts.
Yeah this has been covered a few times on there, just get some M2X6 screws and you should be good to go! I know it was a surprise to me as well, but at least you didn't do what I did and stripped one out! Then I got to buy 2 more! FYI the short screws strip out really easy!
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Yeah this has been covered a few times on there, just get some M2X6 screws and you should be good to go! I know it was a surprise to me as well, but at least you didn't do what I did and stripped one out! Then I got to buy 2 more! FYI the short screws strip out really easy!
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Old 04-16-2012, 06:22 PM   #4988
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I bought some 12mm hex adapters for my SC10 RS to replace the plastic 12mm adapters that came stock, The rear adapters fit great. The front adapters (2134) have screws that are too short to engage the threads. Is this common? I guess I could source longer screws, but this isn't the quality I expect from Jconcepts.
I installed the front adapters (#2134) with the included hardware on my SC10 and they mounted up just fine.

Do the screws look like the size shown on Amain Hobbies listing: JConcepts Aluminum 12mm Front Clamping Hex Wheel Adapter Set
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Old 04-16-2012, 06:27 PM   #4989
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I installed the front adapters (#2134) with the included hardware on my SC10 and they mounted up just fine.

Do the screws look like the size shown on Amain Hobbies listing: JConcepts Aluminum 12mm Front Clamping Hex Wheel Adapter Set
IDK, mine came with really short screws that hardly threaded into the other side of the hubs. The longer screws worked great! But yeah the rears are perfect! The fronts could use longer screws, just sayin...
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Any ETA on when SC 3D's will ship?
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Do the screws look like the size shown on Amain Hobbies listing: JConcepts Aluminum 12mm Front Clamping Hex Wheel Adapter Set
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IDK, mine came with really short screws that hardly threaded into the other side of the hubs. The longer screws worked great! But yeah the rears are perfect! The fronts could use longer screws, just sayin...
I swapped out my 2mm x 4mm screws for 2mm x 6mm and they work perfect!
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Is it possible for those of us that have a front stripped wheel hex to get a replacement?
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What's the time frame for the stadium truck pressure points being released?
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Is it possible for those of us that have a front stripped wheel hex to get a replacement?
I emailed JC direct and got a response same day saying they would send a new set out. Just had to email them a copy of my receipt from amain.
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Old 04-16-2012, 11:10 PM   #4995
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I emailed JC direct and got a response same day saying they would send a new set out. Just had to email them a copy of my receipt from amain.
How do you email them? When i go on the site to the contact us it doesn't show their email address to be able to attach a copy of my receipt?
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