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Old 02-02-2008, 03:30 PM   #1
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I saw that jconcepts has some sweet spoke wheels for b44 buggy.... I thought for sure i saw these same wheels on a cyclone d4 buggy (maybe travis amezcua's rig?) will these rims fit the cyclone d4 buggy ?

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The rear wheels should...for the D4 to use AE or TL wheels you just remove the wheel hex and put 2-3 shims between the hub and the solid roll pin in the axle...then put the rear wheels on. The front wheels they might...depends on the hex size and depth in the JConcepts wheels. Hot Bodies sells a smaller front wheel/axle hex so you can use TL wheels on the front if the JConcepts wheels use that size hex. There is a JConcepts thread in here, if you ask in there someone will be able to give you a better answer.
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It looks like the HB Hexes are either the right size (diameter and thickness) already. If they arent, then they look to be the same type as the B44 ones, so you could just swap them over. I wont guarantee either, but Travis had to do something like to that run the wheels, haha.
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I used a set of the HB losi front hexes on my ZX5 Sp and they fit the JC/LOSI/B44 front wheels just fine.
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Andy, ask travis what he did to make the rims fit hehehe I'm just gunna hop over on the jconcepts thread and see what i dig up.
heck those rims arent all that much so i may just go ahead a pick em up
thanks for the info guys !

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http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/16520

use those on the front
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