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Old 11-22-2016, 05:50 PM   #1981
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Also what size clamping Hexes (aluminum) for the front and for the rear? Also what offset wheel to use with these Hexes?
6mm front and 8.5 rear

You'll want the +3 wheels
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Old 11-22-2016, 06:58 PM   #1982
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Thank you. Can someone please confirm these are the correct parts? These are TowerHobbies Part numbers.


LXFLDV Associated 1/10 RC10SC5M Team Kit
LXEXKP Associated FT Front Motor Plate Black 3 Gear
LXEZVT Associated Clamping Wheel Hex Blue T5M (2)
LXFLXC Associated Clamping Wheel Hex 6.0mm Blue (2)
LXBNWV JConcepts Hazard 3mm Wider 12mm Hex Whl SC10/4x4 Blk(2)
LXCVHH Associated Rear Spring Gray 12mm 2.20 lbs
LXCVGY Associated Front Spring Gray 12mm 3.45 lbs
LXFDCY Pro-Line Prime SC 2.2"/3.0" MC (Clay) Tires Fr/Re (2)
LXEXKT Associated FT Aluminum Top Shaft B5M 3 Gear
LXEXKU Associated B5M Gearbox 3 Gear
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Old 11-22-2016, 09:34 PM   #1983
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Will the RPM ball cups fit the SC5M or is the cup to small?

Also I thought the stock hex's was 5mm and you could either get +3mm offset wheels or run the 8.5mm hex's with 0 offset wheels.
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Old 11-23-2016, 04:33 AM   #1984
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The stock ball cups are better than RPM, believe it or not.
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Old 11-23-2016, 04:50 AM   #1985
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Ok, I was wanting to add some color to my chassis. But if stock is stronger I will use them. Thank you
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Will the RPM ball cups fit the SC5M or is the cup to small?

Also I thought the stock hex's was 5mm and you could either get +3mm offset wheels or run the 8.5mm hex's with 0 offset wheels.
6mm front and 8.5 rear with +3 wheels. This is the only combo you want to run!
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For those that have added a front sway bar, what setup changes did you end up making to compensate for the stiffer front end if any?
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Thank you. Can someone please confirm these are the correct parts? These are TowerHobbies Part numbers.


LXFLDV Associated 1/10 RC10SC5M Team Kit
LXEXKP Associated FT Front Motor Plate Black 3 Gear
LXEZVT Associated Clamping Wheel Hex Blue T5M (2)
LXFLXC Associated Clamping Wheel Hex 6.0mm Blue (2)
LXBNWV JConcepts Hazard 3mm Wider 12mm Hex Whl SC10/4x4 Blk(2)
LXCVHH Associated Rear Spring Gray 12mm 2.20 lbs
LXCVGY Associated Front Spring Gray 12mm 3.45 lbs
LXFDCY Pro-Line Prime SC 2.2"/3.0" MC (Clay) Tires Fr/Re (2)
LXEXKT Associated FT Aluminum Top Shaft B5M 3 Gear
LXEXKU Associated B5M Gearbox 3 Gear

Those are not the correct springs, those are buggy springs. You'll want the new truck springs. Associated part numbers: 91637 and 91641.

Also, you won't need a new topshaft for the 3 gear. It already comes with that alum topshaft in the kit.
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Also, to use the front clamping hexes you'll need front clamping axles. AE part number 71013.
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Thank you, Thank you!!!!! I appreciate all the help!
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Thank you Rayls.
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Needing some help with the front SC5M wheel Hex. Tower Hobbies has them on back order for part number 71034. Would SLF1006 fit? Hot Racing Blue Aluminum Locking 12mm Wheel Hex Kit. Are these the same?
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or would these work as well?

Tekno RC Aluminum Hex Adapter 12mm M6 Driveshaft
TKR1654X

I guess what my question really is if I am using the Proline Hazard wheels, will they work on the stock front hubs while I wait for the hex adapters to ship?
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or would these work as well?

Tekno RC Aluminum Hex Adapter 12mm M6 Driveshaft
TKR1654X

I guess what my question really is if I am using the Proline Hazard wheels, will they work on the stock front hubs while I wait for the hex adapters to ship?
Why do you need front clamping hexes? I've used the stock steel ones with no issues whatsoever.

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I was under the impression you needed them to run the JConcepts Hazards wheels with a 3mm Offset. Is this not correct?
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