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Old 01-29-2019, 02:57 PM
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im just getting into the dirt oval sceen for rc cars. i found the hoosier g60 tires for it but i need to know what the dished wheels we are supposed to run on it and the beadlock for the right rear. can anyone tell me what i need?
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Old 01-29-2019, 03:16 PM
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no 1 poster can tell you .reason what you driving . whats your setup? motor esc battery..what tracks are you running on/?


my advice .. get a pencil and paper go to track. take notes and pull your smart phone out .take pics..
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traxxas slash 2wd, vxl-3s motor and esc. dirt track modified body. we are supposed to run dished wheels on 3 wheels and a beadlock on the RR.
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figures..
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traxxas slash 2wd, vxl-3s motor and esc. dirt track modified body. we are supposed to run dished wheels on 3 wheels and a beadlock on the RR.
What rules are you using? I've never seen any rules requiring dished wheels. Your best bet is to probably contact the facility where you are racing.


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The Traxxas products are huge in dirt oval racing.
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...Thanks ..I did know this..
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In my opinion, it's always best to head down to the local hobby shop/track and talk to the people who frequent those places.
Most times the track shop will have the stuff you need or at least can point you in the right direction. It never hurts to ask questions and just observe.
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