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Old 06-06-2008, 07:44 AM   #76
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Question, are the MAX up rims the same dimension as the other rims? or they are bigger? Im thinking of the name. or just they are dish wheels?

Thanks and looking forward to try some JC RUBBER, the JC BODYs are killers!!

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Question, are the MAX up rims the same dimension as the other rims? or they are bigger? Im thinking of the name. or just they are dish wheels?

Thanks and looking forward to try some JC RUBBER, the JC BODYs are killers!!

Have fun
The max up rims are larger, they are the maximum diameter that rims are aloud to be under roar and ifmar rules. And standard tires will fit the max up rims.

this is the way it was explained to me about a month ago.
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When are you guys going to make the 10th scale truck Goosebumps in different compounds? And no goosebumps for truggy? I am a huge fan of them I use them on my FTT4 and the 8th Buggy guy use them too I want them for truggy.
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When are you guys going to make the 10th scale truck Goosebumps in different compounds? And no goosebumps for truggy? I am a huge fan of them I use them on my FTT4 and the 8th Buggy guy use them too I want them for truggy.
We will look into it.

You mean these truggy GBs http://www.jconcepts.net/store/index...roducts_id=247
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We will look into it.

You mean these truggy GBs http://www.jconcepts.net/store/index...roducts_id=247
Is Jconcepts planing on make there off road tires pre-mounted for the lazy ppl??? hehehehee
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Is Jconcepts planing on make there off road tires pre-mounted for the lazy ppl??? hehehehee
Already looking into it
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a body for the HoBao Hyper ST PRO
any chances? no aftermarket company makes a body for this truggy, so you will have the monopoly
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Any chance of JC coming out with their Rulux 1/8th scale "half ups" in a ZERO offset wheel?
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Old 06-11-2008, 12:34 PM   #84
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any chances? no aftermarket company makes a body for this truggy, so you will have the monopoly
I believe Ofna/Ho Bao has a new buggy on the horizon, the Hyper 9...and Id be willing to bet that a new truck will follow soon after. I think we're looking at that truck as a possibility.

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I looking for some 0-offset wheels for the LPR-38 size
tires and so are alot of others. I know that you guys
can make a better wheel than Proline. It would be the
hottest selling item of the year for JCconcepts.
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I had a problem with customer service lately There is some guy named Jason that does not return customer's call in a timely fashion I think he needs to get written up for be terminated.
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Just changed cars, so this is a bit late... but right before I changed I got the Losi body... PERFECT fit when cut to the lines, tight all the way around, and looks better than anything out there! Now I need to get one for the Jammin. lol
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I looking for some 0-offset wheels for the LPR-38 size
tires and so are alot of others. I know that you guys
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I had a problem with customer service lately There is some guy named Jason that does not return customer's call in a timely fashion I think he needs to get written up for be terminated.
Well...I cant even post the things that were relayed to me about Tamiya America...

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Just changed cars, so this is a bit late... but right before I changed I got the Losi body... PERFECT fit when cut to the lines, tight all the way around, and looks better than anything out there! Now I need to get one for the Jammin. lol
We have Jammin body. #0016
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A quick ROAR Fuel Buggy Nats Vid:

http://ca.youtube.com/user/JConceptsRacing

http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=9VwLEAfjqzU
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Old 06-13-2008, 09:59 AM   #90
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Hi, would like to know what JC tires can be use on NON-CLAY surface. we have a track that the soil or dirt is on the grey color side, and is quite dusty and is hard to build a blue groove.

we race 1/8 buggy.

I have orded some cross hiars(yellow) for some testing, will keep you posted on this.

what other tread do you guys recomend?

have fun and thanks in advance for the advice.
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