Originally Posted by grizzle
Guys... can anybody confirm that uneven rear toe
is caused by the rear hubs
? I replace the rear hubs with my pro4 spare rear hubs and I supposed they are not molded right also... I have yet to try other brand rear hubs. Have anybody get around this problem other than buying the aluminum rear hubs or changing to tamiya 416 rear hubs and pins?
Yes it is caused by mis-molding of the rear hubs, it is a pretty recent isse, your old Pro 4 parts should give equal toe.
There is a fix some of the team are using in here Europe...
First measure the toe of each rear wheel and then use a 2.5mm drill bit to correct the angle of the hingepin hole.
It'll make the hingepin hole a bit too big and give slop side-to-side, so drill two holes in the rear of the hub and put in grub screws, using the original grub screw and the two new ones its possible to tweak the hub to the correct toe using a setup station.