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Old 09-26-2007, 06:00 PM   #1
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Default t4 and gt2 wheels??

is there a difference in these wheels they look very similar, they take the same size front bearing and have the same size rear axle , i was just wondering if the offset is different or sumn??
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The GT2 Quick change rear wheels are different than the T-4. The GT2 RTR rear and front wheels are the same as the T-4.

Go QC on the T-4. Great option to have!
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Old 09-27-2007, 02:42 PM   #3
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i thought the gt2 rtr and t4 wheels were the same , why do they list different part numbers for the 2 trucks if they take the same wheels the rear 7464 is the t4 rear part number and the gt2 rear wheel is number 7847
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They are different but they will work on either truck. The T4 wheels have the Pro-Line Logo on them and the GT2 wheels do not say anything and look a little bit more dished.

I run the GT2 wheels front and rear on my T4 with the quick change hubs on the rear.

T4 Wheel Part Numbers:
7463 front white
7463Y front yellow
7464 rear white
7464Y rear yellow

GT2 wheel Part Numbers:
7846 front white
7850 front yellow
7847 rear white
7851 rear yellow
7980 quick change white
7984 quick change yellow

Hope this helps.

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Old 09-27-2007, 03:30 PM   #5
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The GT2 Front and RTR Rear wheels are the same size and off set as the PL (T4) wheels, but are made by AE (TTR). The B44, T4, RC8, B4 ect should at somepoint also come with AE/Thunder Kitty wheels. AE is just gonna do more in house which = a great profit margin, and lower kit prices, ie. TC5 and B44 kit prices when compared to their closest rivals...
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thanks guys!!!
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Well i know a guy that runs the quick change GT2 rear hubs on his T4. I myself cant find a reason to need to change rear tires that fast so I stick with the Proline T4 wheels. But yes i think the RTR GT2 and T4 wheels are very close to the same.
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Can some tell me if they grind the rear arms when they put the QC kit on the T4? Mine are hitting and I just want to check before I take out the dremel tool, lol.
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The GT2 Quick change rear wheels are different than the T-4. The GT2 RTR rear and front wheels are the same as the T-4.

Go QC on the T-4. Great option to have!
Form what i seen they like to pop off a lot.
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If you put the GT2 quick change axles and bones on teh t4, then yes you have to grind the arm.

If you get the CVD stub axles and use the MIP bones, you don't have to do any mods.
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If you put the GT2 quick change axles and bones on teh t4, then yes you have to grind the arm.

If you get the CVD stub axles and use the MIP bones, you don't have to do any mods.
Thanks! I just took the Shinny CVD and cut the threads off and it works great. Now I have any extra set if something happens
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