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Old 04-21-2005, 06:45 AM   #1
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Default AD2 Rear End on a MF2

whos tried it...

and will it fit....
arms,carries, cvds...ect
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Why?
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Default AD2 REAR END ON MF2

why not do it, if you run both electric and nitro, then you have a universal rear, save on parts and same rear wheels, even more cost savings..

makes sense. just havent tried yet.
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I suppose so. What's different about the wheels?
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Cool thing would be the AD2 wheels on a MF2....

The quick change wheels are very nice!
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uh, quick change? How's that work, and whats not quick on the old wheels?
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AD2 wheel changes are a matter of a couple seconds...
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Sounds cool. Is it possible to convert the original XXX-T to the mf2 spec?
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