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Old 07-07-2012, 08:04 AM
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does ANYONE make a "solid" SC wheel like you would see on a buggy or truggy? I hate "spoke" wheels...I can not seem to find any but maybe I am looking in the wrong place? they would be for a losi xxxsct


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This is the only thing I could seem to find..
http://www.losi.com/Products/Feature...rodId=LOSB0978


But keep in mind roar doesn't allow dish wheels.
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Nobody is making an SCT dish wheel , everybody wants realism and there are no dish wheels in 1:1 SCT racing .
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Originally Posted by blktransam View Post
does ANYONE make a "solid" SC wheel like you would see on a buggy or truggy? I hate "spoke" wheels...I can not seem to find any but maybe I am looking in the wrong place? they would be for a losi xxxsct


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A few months ago I suggested a "snap in" cap or dish to DE Racing for their Trinidad SC wheels. I haven't asked lately but I definitely will seeing that I'm not the only one who'd like to see an option for those who'd like one.
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Weird i have never seen a corr truck run megabite style tires... Lol or ribbed front tires... But they make em
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I also think a dish wheel option would be a good one. There are so many ugly SC wheels out there right now. A dish may be a good look. But some of us are strange...I always likes dish on sedans too....
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I have seen a few with the 1/8 wheels and thought they looked good lol
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If you want a dished wheel run a different class....IMO
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Originally Posted by Racecrafter View Post
A few months ago I suggested a "snap in" cap or dish to DE Racing for their Trinidad SC wheels. I haven't asked lately but I definitely will seeing that I'm not the only one who'd like to see an option for those who'd like one.
Push for an SC Borrego wheel
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Originally Posted by jk racing View Post
Push for an SC Borrego wheel
you got a link to a full dish wheel from them?
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DE Racing Borrego buggy wheels are a dish wheel. I would like to see an SC version.
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Originally Posted by racer1812 View Post
If you want a dished wheel run a different class....IMO
did you really just post that?...wow
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run buggy wheels
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Originally Posted by racer1812 View Post
If you want a dished wheel run a different class....IMO
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maybe find a vac former that would pull a few if you supply the mold. something of losi remembering. didni the xxxt have a wheel with a disk that screwed to the wheel hub.
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