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Old 03-14-2008, 02:07 PM   #1
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The B44 thread is too long to read through quickly, so.... Can the B44 rear hub be used on a B4/T4 with no other mods? And what is the size of the outer bearing, is it 3/16id x 1/2od x 1/4 thick?
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Quick answer with out going into the garage.

The rear hub to the best of my knowledge is the same as the b4. So are most of the rear ward parts. As for the bearing sizes they are interchangeable but I dont know the exact measurement off the top of my head.

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According to Tower Hobbies, the B44 uses a hub similar to the GT2, but has no built in toe. But i am not sure of Tower's bearing size they recommend.
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YES!!!!!!!


You can use the B44 rear hubs on the B4/T4 with no modifications.
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YES!!!!!!!


You can use the B44 rear hubs on the B4/T4 with no modifications.
Ding Ding we have a winner.

Robbie is correct, I am running the b44 hubs on my T4 you just need a pair of asc7935 .187x.500x.196 bearings and a set of asc7933 crush tubes to go between the bearings.

http://www.rc10.com/enlarge/7935.htm
http://aedownloads.com/downloads/item_photos/7933.jpg
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