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Old 02-28-2010, 07:43 AM
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Default Rear toe in hub carriers .5/1.0/1.5 Deg SC10 part numbers

On the set up sheets from AE they show the team drivers running .5 degree
1 degree & 1.5 degree on different tracks. AE does not show part numbers
anywhere for these that I can find.

Does anyone here have part numbers for all of these??

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They use the ones that are available from Racers Edge, they are aluminum and use the large outer bearing like the B44. www.racers-edge.com they make the .5 and 1.0 degree, dont think i have ever seen a 1.5 degree carrier from them.
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They use the ones that are available from Racers Edge, they are aluminum and use the large outer bearing like the B44. www.racers-edge.com they make the .5 and 1.0 degree, dont think i have ever seen a 1.5 degree carrier from them.
Thank you for the info. I was hoping for AE parts being avalible as I race
spec truck and can not run anything but AE parts...
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Originally Posted by Matt Trimmings View Post
They use the ones that are available from Racers Edge, they are aluminum and use the large outer bearing like the B44. www.racers-edge.com they make the .5 and 1.0 degree, dont think i have ever seen a 1.5 degree carrier from them.
They used to make the 1.5 degree rear hub carriers, but they had the standard size bearings. They quit making them quite awhile ago when 2wd stadium truck petered out (before sc). They also use to make a hard ano motor plate, front bulkhead, servo mounts, rear body mount, and front hinge pin brace for the T4, all of which I wish they would make again.
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Originally Posted by Chuck 21 View Post
Thank you for the info. I was hoping for AE parts being avalible as I race
spec truck and can not run anything but AE parts...
I know this is an old thread but AE now shows .5, 1.0 and 1.5 hub carriers on their webpage. They were originally made for the B44 but the fit just fine.

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Originally Posted by jboquire View Post
I know this is an old thread but AE now shows .5, 1.0 and 1.5 hub carriers on their webpage. They were originally made for the B44 but the fit just fine.

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Now if I had the part numbers I'd be in business.....

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Maybe these:

1.5 degree for the GT2, I have no idea if it will work but looks similar to the B44 rear hubs
http://www.teamassociated.com/parts/details/7932/
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AE's .05 deg hubs
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I don't actually think the GT2 hubs would work. Looking at the B44 and GT2 side by side I think they have a different offset


http://www.teamassociated.com/parts/...ords=exact_and

I wish they did though, since I want a non-aluminum bolt on .5 or 1 or 1.5 degree rear hubs.
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Here ya GO .

0 Deg .5 Deg 1 Deg 1.5 Deg
Attached Thumbnails Rear toe in hub carriers .5/1.0/1.5 Deg SC10 part numbers-asc9864_1.jpg   Rear toe in hub carriers .5/1.0/1.5 Deg SC10 part numbers-asc9865_1.jpg   Rear toe in hub carriers .5/1.0/1.5 Deg SC10 part numbers-asc9866_1.jpg   Rear toe in hub carriers .5/1.0/1.5 Deg SC10 part numbers-asc9867_1.jpg  
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those of you running 0 hubs what toe block are you running?
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I am pretty sure they run the B44 hubs
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Originally Posted by Ae*Driver*70 View Post
Here ya GO .

0 Deg .5 Deg 1 Deg 1.5 Deg
Thanks, hard to read though. 9864,9865,9866,9867 if I'm reading them
correctly? Can you confirm please...

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Originally Posted by Chuck 21 View Post
Thanks, hard to read though. 9864,9865,9866,9867 if I'm reading them
correctly? Can you confirm please...

Thanks again..
google is your friend. type part# then "hubs"
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