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Old 11-29-2016, 04:59 PM   #241
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We just celebrated our 6th anniversary. To keep this thread on message I'd like to say that we are very excited that 4 wheel buggy is making a resurgence. We're equally excited about the B64. I genuinely hope the new Associated car is really good so that I can run one instead of a TLR or XRay. We have a thriving 4x4 class. Its unlimited but almost nobody runs anything other than a 13.5. Since we are outdoors and its getting cold out, race nights are getting seasonally thin. If you live anywhere nearby its a great place to run Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
My mom lives near there, Have never been, what tires you run?
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My mom lives near there, Have never been, what tires you run?
If its dry Pro-Line X2 compound suburbs/scrubs. Wet is always Hole Shots. Late Spring-Fall anything will work but X2 compound is usually the best....red or orange JConcepts stuff is ok when its over 75 degrees.
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Old 11-29-2016, 05:58 PM   #243
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Schelle confirmed the B6 Schelle aluminum hubs will work on the b64. I'm definitely getting a pair given the forces a heavy mod wheeler can put down.
They worked great on my .3.....
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Old 11-29-2016, 11:48 PM   #244
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Does anyone think/know if we'd be able to use the small hex on the front? I have a couple pairs of new tires mounted up that I don't want to go to waste.
If you want to use 10mm front hexes, the B44 hex is the same width/ offset and just needs to be drilled out to 5mm and you'll be good to go.

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Schelle confirmed the B6 Schelle aluminum hubs will work on the b64. I'm definitely getting a pair given the forces a heavy mod wheeler can put down.
While the B6 aluminum rear hubs will technically work, the B64 actually uses a differnt rear hub than the B6. The outer bearing is moved in to narrow the rear end, otherwise you are very likely to end up with a rear end that is an 'illegal' width. Which is also why the rear end uses a 5mm hex, to keep the rear end legal width ( even when the pivot width is wide).
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Thanks for the info Patio!
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I haven't seen this covered but will kyosho zx6 offset front wheels be a close fit or will the wheels be b64 specific?
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Old 11-30-2016, 08:40 AM   #247
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I haven't seen this covered but will kyosho zx6 offset front wheels be a close fit or will the wheels be b64 specific?
Should be the B44.3 front wheels and others that use the same offset.
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Should be the B44.3 front wheels and others that use the same offset.
B44.3 wheels have 10mm hex
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B44.3 wheels have 10mm hex
the 2.4 (61mm) wheels have 12mm hex and i'm sure the new wheeler will have 2.2 wheels with 12mm hex.
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the 2.4 (61mm) wheels have 12mm hex and i'm sure the new wheeler will have 2.2 wheels with 12mm hex.
The info all says 12mm hex but from the looks of the spec sheet on the AE site no wheels will be included so I think most people are wondering if existing wheels will fit from other cars or are we at the mercy or AE/Jconcepts/Proline to come out with wheels specific to this car. I know that's my question anyway
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Yeah I would really like to know because I want to glue up some sets to be ready to go.
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Old 11-30-2016, 05:24 PM   #252
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The info all says 12mm hex but from the looks of the spec sheet on the AE site no wheels will be included so I think most people are wondering if existing wheels will fit from other cars or are we at the mercy or AE/Jconcepts/Proline to come out with wheels specific to this car. I know that's my question anyway
There will be a 61mm and 2.2" wheel that will be available. The 61mm is the existing wheel, the 2.2" is new to accommodate a 12mm hex.

As mentioned before. If you really want to use a 10mm hex wheel you can, just drill a B44 hex out to 5mm for the axle and rock it. This method was used for early testing.
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There will be a 61mm and 2.2" wheel that will be available. The 61mm is the existing wheel, the 2.2" is new to accommodate a 12mm hex.

As mentioned before. If you really want to use a 10mm hex wheel you can, just drill a B44 hex out to 5mm for the axle and rock it. This method was used for early testing.
Any idea when they will be available? I know a lot of people, myself included, would like to get some wheels & tires ready to go before the kits get here

Also, will any of the existing 2.2 wheels for TLR cars or anything fit?
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Old 12-01-2016, 06:15 AM   #254
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What side will the diff screw face? I'd like to get that figured out before my kit gets here...
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Really man? Your going to start crap because people want to know if any existing wheels will fit. Way to take it over the top.. congrats
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