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Old 11-11-2008, 05:15 PM   #1
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Default wheel offset/200mm bodie???

i usually use a 190mm bodies on my nitro 4tech(traxxas)
but recently found all kinds of nice bodies in 200mm,question is what offset size rims should i use to fill out the space in the wheel wells,i need a wider base for the wheels to be flush or close to flush with the outside of the body....
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Old 11-11-2008, 07:01 PM   #2
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I'm not 100% Clear on what you're asking, since the Traxxas 4-tech is a 200mm chassis, any wheels should work with a 200mm bodies. HPI Racing has a nice selection of wheels to go along with their awesome looking bodies.

I a have friend that has a 4-tech and he uses the Subie and Murcielago body on his.

He's running the Subie with foam tires and the Lamborghini with these HPI rims. They come with different levels of offset up to 6mm

HPI used to give you spacer with all their wheels just for certain situations. Not sure they still do that anymore.

Hoped that helped

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