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Old 09-24-2004, 03:47 AM   #1
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Default Maxx size wheel adapter for a Rustler?

I was wanting to know how I could mount up some offset Maxx size wheels on my Rusty? I know I've heard of adapters before (I don't know where to buy them from though).
But I was wondering if I could either use Maxx hex's with a plastic insert to fit the stud bolt or use Rustler hex's inside a dremeled out Maxx hex? However it could be done in a good way I could just glue them in there.

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There's a guy that sells aluminum t-maxx wheel adapters for the nitro stampede, they'll fit the nitro rustler. (And xxx-t). You'll have to use offset wheels with it though.

The rear ones are just aluminum hexes that fits the axle and wheels, and the front ones are hexes that hold bearings/bushings in them

He uses the traxxas forum under the name Heavy Throttle. I think they were 20 or 25 dollars shipped.
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