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are there any hex adapters for sc10?

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Old 01-26-2011, 07:27 PM
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I just picked up a used sc10 and i already have hex'ed sc wheels and tires. is there anyway to put hex adapters on the sc10 to use hex wheels?

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Proline, but they are for use with the "Pro-Trac" wheels. They have a kit for both the front and rear... Kevin
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Pro-line has a kit for front and rear 12mm hexes, but they require the 0 offset protrac rims for proper width to keep the wheels tucked under the body. Several other companies make rear hubs and you can also use the blitz front knuckle assembly I beleive.. but again you need the 0 offset rims for proper width.
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The wheels I have are pro-tek. But i don't wanna spend 40+ bucks to use them
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I have found the rear hexes off of a slash fit on great and do not cost a lot of money.
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Originally Posted by ralaco View Post
I have found the rear hexes off of a slash fit on great and do not cost a lot of money.
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i use the strc 12mm hexes, with aka cyclone rims its only 2mm wider than stock
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You could also get the 17mm adaptors from AKA and use the 17mm short-course wheels from DE racing.
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