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Old 01-08-2008, 10:30 PM   #1
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Default What Wheels fit the Kyosho Inferno ReadySet 1/8 Buggy?

Hey Guys, I just realized the hex size for my Inferno is NOT 17mm like I had thought...I was expecting Velocity 17mm Hex Wheels to fit, but they don't. Anyone know what size Hex Wheel fits? Any suggestions, Pre-Glued crimefighters or bowties would be perfect. Here is a link to my exact buggy http://www.ultimatehobbies.com/istar...KYO31277B!1012.
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check your manuel to see if it says anything about what size the hexes are.....it should
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Hey Guys, I just realized the hex size for my Inferno is NOT 17mm like I had thought...I was expecting Velocity 17mm Hex Wheels to fit, but they don't. Anyone know what size Hex Wheel fits? Any suggestions, Pre-Glued crimefighters or bowties would be perfect. Here is a link to my exact buggy http://www.ultimatehobbies.com/istar...KYO31277B!1012.
You need to measure the hexes on the car. I wouldn't think that they would change the hex shafts drives though. The manual says they the same for the MP777, so they should be 17mm.
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You need to measure the hexes on the car. I wouldn't think that they would change the hex shafts drives though. The manual says they the same for the MP777, so they should be 17mm.
Well, I just realized 17mm hex hubs DO FIT! The plastic was new and it takes longer than expected to "pop in" also, the rims don't go in quite as deep as the stock ones, which also fooled me, so I was wrong, 17mm hex hubs do go with this buggy. Sorry guys, rookie mistake...
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