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Old 10-10-2017, 02:46 PM
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The bolt pattern is basically the same, but the mounting is different. You can make the B6 one work, but it's not as secure. The B6 carbon tower is countersunk for the screw and the mount has the countersunk portion molded into it for secure mounting. The B5 "molded" tower has a straight bore for a button head screw. So when using the B6 mount on the B5 tower, you won't be able to tighten the screws as tight.

Both B5 and B6 mounts are in stock.

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Thanks for looking into that for me Paul - awesome
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Been a while since I mounted up 4wd front buggy tires with open cell foams. What is recommended width to cut foam to as they are packaged with rear foams? Tires are Dirt Webs if that matters. Thanks for any help with this
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We are actually going to re release the the 22T 2.0 body part #0291
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Been a while since I mounted up 4wd front buggy tires with open cell foams. What is recommended width to cut foam to as they are packaged with rear foams? Tires are Dirt Webs if that matters. Thanks for any help with this
I would say about 3/16" off a rear foam.
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Most likely a silly question however I need to ask it for my own piece of mind before I buy one
Will the M12S-RS radio fit the JConcepts radio bag Airtronics M12 Part Number 2203
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Most likely a silly question however I need to ask it for my own piece of mind before I buy one
Will the M12S-RS radio fit the JConcepts radio bag Airtronics M12 Part Number 2203
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Yes, Radio is the same size.
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Thank you Matt I appreciate it
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Is a finned turnbuckle set for the YZ4 SF in the works?
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Is a finned turnbuckle set for the YZ4 SF in the works?
I wish they'd sell different lengths in pairs, then we could make our own sets, or replace bent ones easily
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Is a finned turnbuckle set for the YZ4 SF in the works?
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I wish they'd sell different lengths in pairs, then we could make our own sets, or replace bent ones easily
I will pass along the feedback.
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I will pass along the feedback.
Yes please, my truck looks 'off' with only 4 fins....LOL
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Will there be a 22T 4.0 body soon? You can't have JR Mitch run the Finnisher with the prototype rear shock cooling cutouts much longer!
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What SCT tire you guys offer that would compare to the AKA City Block 3 and AKA Enduro 3? I'm trying to run just one brand over 3 classes if I can help it
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Will there be a 22T 4.0 body soon? You can't have JR Mitch run the Finnisher with the prototype rear shock cooling cutouts much longer!
Nothing yet, but it's on list.

What SCT tire you guys offer that would compare to the AKA City Block 3 and AKA Enduro 3? I'm trying to run just one brand over 3 classes if I can help it
The JConcepts Subcultures and 3D's would be a nice start. The Lil Chasers are one of our most popular tires for race conditions.
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Thanks, Paul!
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