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What part needed to convert SC10 RS from hex to non hex?

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Old 10-20-2011, 04:44 PM
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Default What part needed to convert SC10 RS from hex to non hex?

What are the parts I need to convert temporarily my SC10 Race Spec from the stock hex adapters to regular bearings and whatnot? Only need to do this as I had someone mount some Barcodes for me on wheels that will fit a SC10 without the hexes. It was a mistake, but I can still use them then change back.

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don't even waste your money.
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Originally Posted by amagad View Post
don't even waste your money.
Already did, lol, that's the problem. The wheels I got were made for the non hex setup. Unless someone wants to buy a set of 4 Barcodes mounted and balanced for the $65 I paid for them. The mounting is absolutely superb.
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I have the factory team front axle setup with axles and hubs that have never been used, if your interested I could sell them to you.
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you need PT#9581 steering blocks, #9613 front axles and two 5-40 nuts.

Install those and remove the rear hexes and your done.
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