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Old 04-25-2012, 12:07 PM
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Thanks.

I'll look probably look around for a good deal on a lightly used v3 race setup and will buy some acer bearings. Although those can be a bit pricey!
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Hello,

I am looking at getting a 410 V3 and getting 12mm hex for the rear (due to my supply of rims)
I was thinking of the J Concepts ones.
Which one fits (there seems to be a few varients)?
Is there anything else out there that will work?
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Originally Posted by woodsy144
Hello,

I am looking at getting a 410 V3 and getting 12mm hex for the rear (due to my supply of rims)
I was thinking of the J Concepts ones.
Which one fits (there seems to be a few varients)?
Is there anything else out there that will work?
Thanks
The JConcepts or Proline 12mm clamping hexes work just fine. Replace the stock 4mm long button head screws with 6mm. They will grab more threads and reduce the risk of stripping them.

The JConcepts rear wheels for the B4/B44 work just fine. They are concave dished. I like the Proline ones better, since it's a full faced wheel with a recess for the wheel nut. I think it looks cleaner.
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Old 04-25-2012, 04:27 PM
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Been out of RC for a bit and saw this car and really want it, the local track has been doing a lot of electric racing from what I hear but I am completely lost in the whirlwind of motor/esc combos and batteries. What would you guys recommend motor/esc/battery wise for this car that is a decent price, I don't plan on competing super seriously just wanna have fun racing after work.
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Old 04-26-2012, 05:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
The JConcepts or Proline 12mm clamping hexes work just fine. Replace the stock 4mm long button head screws with 6mm. They will grab more threads and reduce the risk of stripping them.

The JConcepts rear wheels for the B4/B44 work just fine. They are concave dished. I like the Proline ones better, since it's a full faced wheel with a recess for the wheel nut. I think it looks cleaner.
is it the "JConcepts Rear Hex Adaptor 12mm B4.1/B44.1 Blue" that fit, cause there are a few of varients

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Old 04-26-2012, 05:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Woulvesbaine
Thanks.

I'll look probably look around for a good deal on a lightly used v3 race setup and will buy some acer bearings. Although those can be a bit pricey!
Try Boca Bearings, works out to about $1 per bearing for their DEX410 kit.
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Old 04-26-2012, 02:14 PM
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Hi , getting back into 4wd buggy and of course getting a 410v3 !

Anyway , anyone know off hand what the spur gear size is ?

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Old 04-26-2012, 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Briguy
Hi , getting back into 4wd buggy and of course getting a 410v3 !

Anyway , anyone know off hand what the spur gear size is ?

Thanks
87 mate just replaced mine last week
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Old 04-27-2012, 06:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Briguy
Hi , getting back into 4wd buggy and of course getting a 410v3 !

Anyway , anyone know off hand what the spur gear size is ?

Thanks
87T 48p.
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Old 04-27-2012, 06:55 AM
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
The JConcepts or Proline 12mm clamping hexes work just fine. Replace the stock 4mm long button head screws with 6mm. They will grab more threads and reduce the risk of stripping them.

The JConcepts rear wheels for the B4/B44 work just fine. They are concave dished. I like the Proline ones better, since it's a full faced wheel with a recess for the wheel nut. I think it looks cleaner.
Has anyone ran the clamped hexes up front ? Like these - http://prolineracing.com/performance...-hex-adapters/

Like to change my V3 to 12mm all four corners .
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Old 04-27-2012, 07:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Briguy
Has anyone ran the clamped hexes up front ? Like these - http://prolineracing.com/performance...-hex-adapters/

Like to change my V3 to 12mm all four corners .
Something to consider, you will loose track width as compared to the factory rims and hexes.
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Originally Posted by dexon555
Something to consider, you will loose track width as compared to the factory rims and hexes.

How can you even say that ? You don`t know which 12mm wheels I`d be using .


In my previous DEX410r and Dex410v3 I ran TLR 22 rear hexes with 22 wheels and was the same as stock . In the front I ran the older 12mm front hexes with 22 front wheels and was the same .

I`d rather run a clamped hex up front than the older 12mm style hex .
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Originally Posted by Briguy
How can you even say that ? You don`t know which 12mm wheels I`d be using .


In my previous DEX410r and Dex410v3 I ran TLR 22 rear hexes with 22 wheels and was the same as stock . In the front I ran the older 12mm front hexes with 22 front wheels and was the same .

I`d rather run a clamped hex up front than the older 12mm style hex .
Why not run the Durango wheels? If you have to get new wheels anyway...
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Originally Posted by Jonny5
Why not run the Durango wheels? If you have to get new wheels anyway...
Hi Jonny , what`s new ?


I have a ton of 22 mounted wheels , some doubles even . If I sell my 22 like I kinda want to or buy a 210 it wouldn`t be a problem .
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Originally Posted by Briguy
Hi Jonny , what`s new ?


I have a ton of 22 mounted wheels , some doubles even . If I sell my 22 like I kinda want to or buy a 210 it wouldn`t be a problem .
Now that sounds like a plan! Next time you're out this way I'll let ya take Cush's buggy for a spin so you can see if you like it- as long as it's not tomorrow. I got "wifed" and can't come out to play this weekend...
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