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Old 02-26-2013, 05:51 AM   #5941
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When is the ETA on the Reedy Sonic timing covers? I've seen a few around and would like to get my hands on a couple.
They should have some on the trailer this weekend .

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I understand the durango wheels being a nitch market since they are unique, but I will point out he is interested in the rulux wheels. I understand the majority of racers like both the dish wheels & cab forward bodies, but there is a large percentage that do not like either. I do not believe anyone makes a non-cab forward body for the AE +8 chassis. As far as I know no one makes 12mm hex wheels that are not dish wheels either. You have a good bassis for both of these in the the illuzzion (not punnisher, not finnisher, & not +8), & the rulux wheels.
I think you kind of answered your own question..."I do not believe anyone makes a non-cab forward body for the AE +8 chassis. As far as I know no one makes 12mm hex wheels that are not dish wheels either". There must be a good reason nobody makes those items; the percentages are much lower than you think. However, I will bring up the Rulux/hex wheel at the next meeting.

With all that being said though; this hobby/sport has a history of going full circle .

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Hey Paul, I might have missed it, but were the 10th scale pressure points ever released for buggy?
They are showing in stock
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Old 02-26-2013, 06:08 AM   #5942
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They are showing in stock
Really? I don't see them listed on the JC site or Amain. I'll double check. Maybe it's just the pre-coffee browsing catching up with me.
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Thanks Paul!
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Really? I don't see them listed on the JC site or Amain. I'll double check. Maybe it's just the pre-coffee browsing catching up with me.
I will let the web person know
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The new dish wheel inserts are so dialed.
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Old 02-26-2013, 07:04 AM   #5946
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Are dish wheels allowed now for SC?
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Old 02-26-2013, 08:01 AM   #5947
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Are dish wheels allowed now for SC?
The dish wheels have always been allowed on the Florida Super Cup; Losi, DE, JC, etc...have been used throughout the last 2 seasons. They are not considered ROAR legal though.
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May just have to switch wheels. I don't like the fit of the wrench on the DE wheels with my SC
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Thank you LaVerne!

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The new dish wheel inserts are so dialed.
Dude that's filthy. Top notch work!
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Paul, any update on the status of 1/10th Buggy Pressure Points? I'm ready to spend money.
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Any reason why 2 of the 4 foam in my semi-new 3ds are much softer than the other 2( 4x4 SCT)? I rotate them frequently also....
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ok, best choice for 2wd rear buggy tire for hard packed clay / topsoil mix, dry, with generous amounts of dust on it. If it was swept, it would be a barcode track, no doubt, as the clean spots are pretty dialed with them now. The problem is that it just gets so much fluff over the entire track.

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Any reason why 2 of the 4 foam in my semi-new 3ds are much softer than the other 2( 4x4 SCT)? I rotate them frequently also....
Me and my local mates also have had heaps of the JC Blue SCT foams lately be all over the place with firmness straight out of the packet, its so bad that its extremely noticeable and effects traction for sure.
Also the hazard rims coming buckled and even with deformities making them unusable.

These issues have made me unfortunately not buy many JC Products anymore, as the turn around for us getting them from Amain to Australia and then having to say something about it and then get more sent out and wait again, on more than a few occasions, was getting frustrating to say the least

It is a shame as I did and still do love the products, if only i knew they would arrive and be the same packet to packet

Flame me If u must but i am just saying what has happened to me and a few locals around me also

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ok, best choice for 2wd rear buggy tire for hard packed clay / topsoil mix, dry, with generous amounts of dust on it. If it was swept, it would be a barcode track, no doubt, as the clean spots are pretty dialed with them now. The problem is that it just gets so much fluff over the entire track.

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I've used with dd's in similar conditions, or if the fluff is really thick (almost real dirt... On an off road track??? Unheard of) I have used goosebumps with great success.
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