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Old 09-30-2008, 06:42 AM   #31
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Sorry to dig up an old thread but i just got mine today and the axle nuts are too shallow for my Kyosho. Do i have to buy the metric ones??
Get a scapel and scrape the nylon out of normal wheel nuts so that it isnt that hard get take off
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I have bought an Integy 1/8th offroad station for buggy and truggy, I cannot understand how to use the little metal arrows with the hole inside. I thought they went on the hubs once the camber part was on. But when I do up the wheel nuts the little metal arrows are then locked in place.

Also do I leave my vehicles normal hubs on?

Any help woul dbe appreciated. Pics would be awesome.
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looks like this thread is dead
i bought the all in one set for 1/8 and 1/10 with case
no instructions
i figured out most of it except the little arrow things
and how do you use it on 1/10 cars with hexes? Touring car, SC truck, buggy and Stadium truck?
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