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Old 04-01-2007, 01:56 PM
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What wheels fit on the TC4? I have a few sets of 30mm rears and I think 26mm fronts from my NTC3 that are still new in the package, will they fit the TC4?
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Yes. 30mm does not fit the front though.
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Old 04-04-2007, 05:43 PM
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Steve why won't they fit the fronts? I am thinking about going wider in the front and the rear and running a GTP style 200mm body...if it will work.
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Steve why won't they fit the fronts? I am thinking about going wider in the front and the rear and running a GTP style 200mm body...if it will work.
Running 30mm's will rub on the steering knuckles, if you want to go wider, get off set rims, +4 should bring you up pretty close to 200mm
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Ford, thanks for the reply. Any idea who makes offset rins that will work. So far CRC is the only wheel I have found in 35mm for the rear but I have no idea if that are offset. Maybe I will throw them a email.
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For offset rims you might have to go to rubber, I've seen elligi 1mm offset rims, but in my experience nothing larger than that
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OK thanks for the reply's. What shore should I start off with for running on unprepped ashfalt? I think I used to run 40 up front and either 35 or 37 in the rear when i used to race nitro TC......man its been a while now
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You will need a 28 or 30mm in the rear and a 26mm in the front, the 28 and 30mm will rub the arm....I run a 40 up front with a 35 in the rear...
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Thanks for the info, is there any specail prep I can do to my tires to help them last longer on concrete?
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