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Old 08-17-2011, 04:05 PM   #4171
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re: hazard wheels sc10 4x4, so you are saying the truck is 6mm narrow not the 3mm the AE website shows?

when I run blitz wheels which have 2mm per side more width I am 1mm too wide according to the ROAR rule book.....


AE website says 293mm width
ROAR width rule 296mm max

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White Rims for SC10 4x4 please
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Hi guys, looking for some advice. I race on an outdoor track that is run wet during club races, double dees are great when it is wet. During practice early in the day or if I go out on a practice day its impossible to keep the track wet until the sun goes down, so here is my question, Which compound should I use if I wanna run out there during the day? The track would be dry, dusty and extremely abrasive. I want to run a tire that will not wear, not to concerned with grip just something that will last more than a few practice days instead of a few batteries. I guess Im looking for the hardest compound barcode that they make.
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Old 08-18-2011, 06:21 AM   #4175
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Hi Trevor. Just get some Barcodes V2 ready. And then you can just worry about your car. lol
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Old 08-18-2011, 06:28 AM   #4176
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re: hazard wheels sc10 4x4, so you are saying the truck is 6mm narrow not the 3mm the AE website shows?

when I run blitz wheels which have 2mm per side more width I am 1mm too wide according to the ROAR rule book.....


AE website says 293mm width
ROAR width rule 296mm max

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I haven't actually measured mine. But I do know, at the Nationals last week. The handful of guys running Hazzard Wheels on the SC10 4x4, passed thru tech every single time. Tech was a basically a large carbon fiber horseshoe type thing that checked width. No way to cheat that.
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Old 08-18-2011, 07:12 AM   #4177
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whats the round about guess as to when these hazards will be available on the shelf?
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Old 08-18-2011, 10:41 AM   #4178
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I haven't actually measured mine. But I do know, at the Nationals last week. The handful of guys running Hazzard Wheels on the SC10 4x4, passed thru tech every single time. Tech was a basically a large carbon fiber horseshoe type thing that checked width. No way to cheat that.
agreed Awesome, now get them out so I can buy them
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Old 08-18-2011, 03:00 PM   #4179
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whats the round about guess as to when these hazards will be available on the shelf?
Expecting to see them on the wall in hobby shops early September.
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Old 08-22-2011, 01:27 PM   #4180
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What is this? Are you coming out with spur gears? This is from your page on the Nationals.

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Good catch. Yes, that is what that meant. We will be releasing a spur gear next month.
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Good catch. Yes, that is what that meant. We will be releasing a spur gear next month.
So it will be a full range for the B4, T4 and SC10's?
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Old 08-24-2011, 08:50 AM   #4183
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How about some Losi 22b and 22t shoes. I want some Rulux to strap to my Flip Outs. Love those toes. BTW.
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