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Old 07-29-2014, 10:19 PM   #3916
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I have a full set (front & rear) of DE Racing & a full set (front & rear) of AKA wheels listed for the 22-4 with 4wd front tires on both sets of front wheels. They both fit perfectly.

Here it is with the DE Racing wheels.



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the 2wd buggy fronts are not too narrow?
only by a little bit. I posted a picture somewhere before but that was before the 22-4 was released. coincidentally the 22-4 offset is identical to ours and it comes with a 12mm hex too. that's probably the best for compatibility.
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I have a full set (front & rear) of DE Racing & a full set (front & rear) of AKA wheels listed for the 22-4 with 4wd front tires on both sets of front wheels. They both fit perfectly.

Here it is with the DE Racing wheels.



looks very nice. I might have to make orange HB wheels. after all that's our corporate color.
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Old 07-30-2014, 05:36 AM   #3920
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looks very nice. I might have to make orange HB wheels. after all that's our corporate color.
That would be great !
I'll buy them

Also, a big HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the D413 thread !

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I have a full set (front & rear) of DE Racing & a full set (front & rear) of AKA wheels listed for the 22-4 with 4wd front tires on both sets of front wheels. They both fit perfectly.

Here it is with the DE Racing wheels.



Man I am so bummed, I tried so hard to get the right info and specifically asked why not the 22-4, by the way your buggy looks great!, also then what model DE wheels in the rear? I was told RB6 and they are concaved ,and yours are flat which is what I like.
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looks very nice. I might have to make orange HB wheels. after all that's our corporate color.
Just be sure to do them in Fluorescent Orange!!!!!!
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Has anybody found an alternative to the hex pins? I have only had a couple loose wheels resulting in me loosing the pin. I need the length for the 12mm hexes.

And you can only get them if you purchase the hexes that includes the pins.
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Has anybody found an alternative to the hex pins? I have only had a couple loose wheels resulting in me loosing the pin. I need the length for the 12mm hexes.

And you can only get them if you purchase the hexes that includes the pins.
I am going to try some spring pins from McMaster...Ill let you know how it works out
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Has anybody found an alternative to the hex pins? I have only had a couple loose wheels resulting in me loosing the pin. I need the length for the 12mm hexes.

And you can only get them if you purchase the hexes that includes the pins.
For the rear, it is easy... just put a slight bend in the pin and it will seat inside the rear hex and axle just fine staying in place.

For the front, a small dab of shoe goo seems to be a ticket, it can be picked clean off if needed later. Or a bit of sticky grease can be enough if you want something that feels less permanent.
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Has anybody found an alternative to the hex pins? I have only had a couple loose wheels resulting in me loosing the pin. I need the length for the 12mm hexes.

And you can only get them if you purchase the hexes that includes the pins.
the length would be 12mm...

Somebody said these would work, I haven't tried yet
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Looks like amainhobbies has most parts in stock (other than spur gear or center diff assembly)

Are you guys carrying an extra front and rear center drive shaft? I feel like they seem pretty unlikely to break so I haven't spent the $ to have them with me.

On the rear arms, I have found that the screw holding the shock to the arm tends to work its way out over time. I presume that the shock action is slowly unscrewing it. Had one strip out because it came part way out. Not a problem as long as you keep an eye out for it and tighten as needed. Just something to watch out for.
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Every time I try to contribute I have failed so far, please note both sites said limited quantities but Phil's Hobby Shop and OmniModels has carbon arm covers, good luck?
I hope someone else is able to get them.
Tower has them also!
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Man I am so bummed, I tried so hard to get the right info and specifically asked why not the 22-4, by the way your buggy looks great!, also then what model DE wheels in the rear? I was told RB6 and they are concaved ,and yours are flat which is what I like.
Here ya go.

http://www.deracing.net/store/index....ry&path=92_226
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Way cool , thank you!, so basically 22-4 all around, also how do you get your pictures full size on your quotes? I can only get the thumbnails, thanks again
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