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Old 12-03-2015, 04:36 AM
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Could you tell me where you get your corally parts from?

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Is this a general question for everybody or some one specific?
I have my supplier very close to the source.

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Ps what are you looking for?


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Old 12-03-2015, 10:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Pro10noob View Post
Is this a general question for everybody or some one specific?
I have my supplier very close to the source.

Regards Roy.
Ps what are you looking for?
Sorry i should have been more precise. It's a question for Europeans (parts ship to France).
So far I'm looking for a rear axle, left and right hubs for 235mm, maybe a full front end (asso 5.1 like in red).

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I can supply you with a rear axle, right hub and short left hub.
I can also get a Asso front end but i don't have the Original Corally bulkheads that go with it to set it up on the Corally chassis.
I do have other bulkheads that do the same tho
Do you want inline axles with the front end or just the trailing type like Original??

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Old 12-03-2015, 03:16 PM
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Here is a link for pan car axles, hubs and many other parts. Axle and the like you will find under the IRS link at http://www.teamgfrp.com/


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Corally uses a 7MM rear axle
Also the bolt pattern for the front suspension differs to that from a Associated.
Corally made a special bulkhead to use it with the 5.1 Associated parts.
Hyperdrive has a similar part.

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Here is a link for pan car axles, hubs and many other parts. Axle and the like you will find under the IRS link at http://www.teamgfrp.com/


Hope this helps you.
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Its not a 235mm but here's my 10L3T I just finished! Trying to get an open pro 10 class going at my local track!



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Nice one Tim W

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Nice one Tim W

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Thanks! Glad there's other guys out there that are still hooked on pro 10!
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There are... WE are!!! And we will keep driving them...
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Originally Posted by Tim W. View Post
Its not a 235mm but here's my 10L3T I just finished! Trying to get an open pro 10 class going at my local track!



What body is that and who makes it?
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What body is that and who makes it?
Its a old Racers Choice body that was brand new and I just painted it last week. I have another brand new one but I'm holding on to it because they're impossible to find!
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Pro10 is still alive in Europe Tim.
Thank god for that
BTW i am not hooked on Pro10 but addicted.
Can't get it out of my system and it is all Joost K his fault
Just kidding Joost
If you ever are in Europe, bring your car with you and we can run it here on our lovely tracks.

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My bad Roy... I will, however, take full responsibility for your addiction to Pro10 & pancars...

It was, and still is, MY PLEASURE!!!

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Where do you guys race in Eindhoven if you don't mind me asking?
I don't live that far away from there but my 'local' track has got some problems with dust from the motorcross bikes nearby even though they're going to install a sprinkler installation on the course to limit the dust.... fingers crossed

Affects traction on the track if you're a good driver which I'm not by a long while so I'm not affected for a while .
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