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Old 12-01-2016, 06:28 AM   #256
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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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curious how much of a width diff we'll see myself going to with TLR front 12mm wheels as I got some of those.
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Old 12-01-2016, 07:05 AM   #258
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Does anyone know if the shocks are the same length as the B6d?
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Old 12-01-2016, 07:51 AM   #259
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Does anyone know if the shocks are the same length as the B6d?
Based on pics the rear shocks look like the b6 kit length if 27.5mm. I hope a tall tower is made quickly.
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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.
Thanks for the info! I am hoping the 2.2 wheels are out when the car drops. Tires for 61MM are getting harder to find in the type i like.
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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
Nope... just think gluing up a set of tires would be back seat to actually building the kit...
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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.


Say what!

Legendary AE wheeler engineer Tim Tunnerman's handle is "Patiofurniture?"
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Old 12-01-2016, 11:37 PM   #263
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Say what!

Legendary AE wheeler engineer Tim Tunnerman's handle is "Patiofurniture?"
Well I don't know about legendary, lol. Majority of the people on here wouldn't know who I am!

But yes, patio-freaking-furniture! haha
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Well I don't know about legendary, lol. Majority of the people on here wouldn't know who I am!

But yes, patio-freaking-furniture! haha
I know who you are... I was the only one that gave a positive comment when you were on the Radio Impound Podcast deflecting all the 44.3/no a new kit hate... You da man!

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Good to know a AE engineer is on here, cool
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I know who you are... I was the only one that gave a positive comment when you were on the Radio Impound Podcast deflecting all the 44.3/no a new kit hate... You da man!

Say what!

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Ah choices.

Sausage or bacon with my eggs and which way do I want my diff screws to face today.
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Good to know a AE engineer is on here, cool
Isn't it a former AE engineer?
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Isn't it a former AE engineer?
Correct! Former AE engineer. I left 4 months ago to work for Oakley.
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patiofurniture: would you be able to answer this general question:

Is there a time when the standard length rear shocks on the B6 have an advantage over the longer rear shocks? (Assuming the B64 will come with standard lengths)

I know the reverse, when to use the longer shocks and tower, but curious when its actually the opposite, and not just a wash on performance.
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