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Old 03-16-2007, 10:46 PM
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What is the wheel width for 1/10 scale 4WD buggy?

2.2" dia Front and Rear?
Widths F/R?

So what tire sizes are correct F/R?

AE type wheels fit so what other brands will fit?

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What buggy do you have?
They are 2.2" and the fronts are wider than 2wd wheels/tires. The rears are the same size though. When buying tires/wheels the front's are just called 4WD tires/wheels - http://www.prolineracing.com/product...th_buggy_tires

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I am waiting for the D4 to be released. I want to put together a package of all the bits I need to save on shipping costs.

Buggy, spares, wheels, tires, springs, shock oil.

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Diff Oil, Paint, Tire Glue, Pinion/Spur Gears
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the rear wheels are the same as 2wd rears so proline and losi will both fit. Tamiya and yokomo wheels off the 501x and the bx will also fit but these will require an adapter as i believe they use a hex drive not the pin

for the front you can use losi i have seen these fitted to the d4.
tamiya 501x and yokomo bx both have the same sized drive hex but i think the hex is deeper so this might catch on the hub without trying on a cay i can't confirm.

At the moment proline don't offer a 4wd front wheel but as there is an almost standard sizing this might change as only kyosho and ttech currently use different wheel fittings

for tires just use the versions marked 4wd front by losi or proline. The other option is to cut'n'shut the rears to fit if this is allowed for the races you participate in.
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