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Old 09-16-2008, 05:01 PM   #1
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who makes those wheel nuts that are capped(cover the end of axle)?
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Old 09-16-2008, 05:04 PM   #2
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Here you go

17mm
http://www.e-rc-cars.com/ofn19235.html
http://www.e-rc-cars.com/ofn19236.html

23mm
http://cgi.ebay.com/DYNAMITE-DYN7185...QQcmdZViewItem

A-Main Hobbies also sells some

http://www.amainhobbies.com/advanced...rds=wheel+nuts
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I like the idea of the capped wheelnuts, but do they come loose? I run nyloc wheelnuts at present to avoid this problem

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be carefull when you purchase as not all brands have the same thread... eg. ho-bao use a course thread and Xray use a fine thread.
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What threads do the Mugen use?
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be carefull when you purchase as not all brands have the same thread... eg. ho-bao use a course thread and Xray use a fine thread.
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Not if they're properly tightened
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I like the idea of the capped wheelnuts, but do they come loose? I run nyloc wheelnuts at present to avoid this problem

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xray, mugen, kyosho all use the fine thread....
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Amain sells some for the xray. But they are sold in pairs

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...oducts_id/8998
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xray, mugen, kyosho all use the fine thread....
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Amain sells some for the xray. But they are sold in pairs

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...oducts_id/8998
There ya go, Xray nuts for Xray, mugen, kyosho and i know Team magic are a fine thread... I believe the Ofna nuts will fit Jammin, Hong Nor and Hobao
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Has anyone ever come across these capped wheel nuts 4 the losi 8ight. Is there anyone with experience with these wheel nuts?
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the Losi uses the same threads as the mugen.....i dont bother with the capped nuts.....i actually use HPI ribbed nuts that Grab the wheel like No other nut ive ever seen....and there cheep.
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the new hot bodies nuts grap the wheel big time there a pain to get of it he man them to hard

if your a losi guy imo the best nut for that car is the rc8 nut
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+1 on the HPI ribbed nuts. Haven't had one come loose yet.
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