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Old 08-12-2010, 08:21 PM   #16
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I ran those on my 1.0 and what a waste of $$. The losi ones are half the price and work just as well.

oh well the people who wrote, the reviews for them on amain must of gotton paid to say there good with no slop .
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Standard XRA355250
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For a beginner like me, oh yes, you can all call me "the n00b".
What does the +1 and +2 mean?
Can I just buy those and put them on my stock Losi?
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Old 08-13-2010, 03:59 PM   #18
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For a beginner like me, oh yes, you can all call me "the n00b".
What does the +1 and +2 mean?
Can I just buy those and put them on my stock Losi?
+1 means they are 1mm wider than stock. +2 means they are 2mm wider than stock. Yes they fit right onto a stock losi.
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+1 means they are 1mm wider than stock. +2 means they are 2mm wider than stock. Yes they fit right onto a stock losi.
Thanks man, thats nice to know. I don't like the slop that the LOSI ones have.
I also don't like that the rims grinds on the A-Arm when doing sharp turn so a +1 might help a bit?
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Thanks man, thats nice to know. I don't like the slop that the LOSI ones have.
I also don't like that the rims grinds on the A-Arm when doing sharp turn so a +1 might help a bit?
I run +2's in the front and standard hubs in the back on both buggy and truggy. I don't like the arm grind either. This eliminates it.
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Not that I know of. But losi does make 2.0 truggies.



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