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Old 04-19-2010, 03:45 PM   #1
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Default 1/2 off set wheels to 0 offset wheels on my Jammin' X2 Crt?

Hi fellas, I was wondering what size wheel adapters your using? What part number? Some people were saying 12mm would make my jammin have the correct offset to use with 0 offset wheels...does that sound right? Thanks!
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that is correct, 12mm offset hexes.
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Bradley uses the Ofna 15mm offsets with the Proline 0- offset wheels on his truggy, the part number for the extenders are 30058.
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i ran the X2 this weekend with 0 offset with not extenders. it worked great!! i turned ALOT tighter. but on a high bite track traction roll is a big problem.
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i ran the X2 this weekend with 0 offset with not extenders. it worked great!! i turned ALOT tighter. but on a high bite track traction roll is a big problem.
You may want to inspect your front inner wheels. I ran my truggy yesterday with the epa adjusted way down and the outer turn buckles were rubbing the wheels. I won't run it that way again.
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Thanks Sickboy and R2!
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had that happen before too but that was on AKA wheels. but the ones i used this weekend never once touched anything with the EPA set to full. i was running Caliber pre-mounts, the wheels seemed bigger. but they never touch.
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sorry double post.
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Yea I was using AKA Cityblock premounts..I just ordered the Ofna wheel adapters.
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