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Pro 4 wishbones - the alternatives?

Old 04-18-2007, 09:23 AM
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I'm doing a project car, basically its a Mini built from the rear end of a Pro 4.

Anyway, I'm out of Pro 4 front wishbones and hubs, are there any other wishbones or hubs from say, something like a Yokomo or Xray that are compatable?
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Old 04-18-2007, 09:27 AM
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Originally Posted by academygaz
I'm doing a project car, basically its a Mini built from the rear end of a Pro 4.

Anyway, I'm out of Pro 4 front wishbones and hubs, are there any other wishbones or hubs from say, something like a Yokomo or Xray that are compatable?
i believe X-ray , i had a X-ray guy borrow some of my pro4/cyclone arms a few months ago
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kyosho stallion also.. !
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Thanks guys.
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I have a TOP racing Scythe that runs Pro 4 suspension and I have a T2. when I broke a rear hub and didn't have one lying around, I grabbed the ones off my T2. Just hte hub themselves will not fit and the pin is larger @3mm compared to 2.5mm for the pro 4. I then tried to swap the whole suspension over from my T2 to the Scythe and while it fit, the whole suspension was moved rearward about 10mm. If you have enough adjustment in your wheel base then you should be able to get away with it.
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