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Old 11-06-2014, 08:41 PM   #7921
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Old 11-07-2014, 05:23 AM   #7922
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Sorry if this has been asked already. Is there any plans to release dirt webs for the new 60mm rims?
That will actually be the first tire released
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Old 11-07-2014, 07:00 AM   #7923
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Sounds like a supplier issue; please contact JConcepts directly at [email protected]
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Paul, Did you guys change the material for the B5 chassis protectors? Jason Synder did a review and he seems to think the material is a lot thicker? I currently use the JC clear. Is it the same?
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Old 11-07-2014, 07:54 AM   #7925
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Paul, Did you guys change the material for the B5 chassis protectors? Jason Synder did a review and he seems to think the material is a lot thicker? I currently use the JC clear. Is it the same?
The pre-cut chassis tape has been updated from the original release; much thicker and bubble resistant. The clear tape is still the same for the last few years and remains one of our best sellers .
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With the offset on the Serpent buggies will these wheels fit.

https://www.jconcepts.net/shop/bulle...er-front-wheel
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With the offset on the Serpent buggies will these wheels fit.

https://www.jconcepts.net/shop/bulle...er-front-wheel
Yes; the offset is actually the same. The hex depth was the problem on our standard 2.2 Mono wheels and we made the change on the new 60mm wheels.
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Thank you. Love your guys tires and rims but wanted to make sure before i asked lhs to get some for me
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Old 11-08-2014, 07:03 AM   #7929
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When are the Dirt Webs for Trucks coming out.Thanks
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When are the Dirt Webs for Trucks coming out.Thanks
They are in production now, so hopefully within the month.
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Is there a tlr 22t mm body?
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Is there a tlr 22t mm body?
No, but I've seen several racers mount the Kyosho MM Finnisher body on their TLR 22T MM. You have to shave down part of the front body post so it clears.
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Just curious if you guys were thinking of making a RM spec 22 2.0 rear shock tower?

I just did the mod with my stock tower by drilling the 4th hole for shock location.

Looks like the entire TLR team is using that location now so all the set-ups are calling for the mod.

The mod wasn't that hard to do....but i for sure would have bought a carbon fiber tower with the 4th hole.
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The RM rear tower is not easy to make in CF. Best ask TLR if they plan to update the mold. Keep in mind, the AE guys have been drilling theirs on the sc10 for years
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Just curious if you guys were thinking of making a RM spec 22 2.0 rear shock tower?

I just did the mod with my stock tower by drilling the 4th hole for shock location.

Looks like the entire TLR team is using that location now so all the set-ups are calling for the mod.

The mod wasn't that hard to do....but i for sure would have bought a carbon fiber tower with the 4th hole.
Unfortunately you would have to make aluminum stand-offs for the graphite tower to mount too, and that would be a very pricey combo.
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