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Old 12-31-2009, 12:57 AM   #1
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I know rc car action or some mag did a tech tip for pocket change ride height gauge.. Well i dont have a ride height gauge yet and need to set up the height for carpet ozite.. I barely have enough change do even do that
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I know rc car action or some mag did a tech tip for pocket change ride height gauge.. Well i dont have a ride height gauge yet and need to set up the height for carpet ozite.. I barely have enough change do even do that
huh?
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Denomination Cent Nickel Dime Quarter Half Dollar
Thickness 1.55 mm 1.95 mm 1.35 mm 1.75 mm 2.15 mm


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2.00mm 2.00 mm
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Yeah i just read over that..im asking what height should i run on carpet?
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Yeah i just read over that..im asking what height should i run on carpet?
3.5 mm F and R for 12th scale
5.0 mm F and R for Sedan
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3.5 mm F and R for 12th scale
5.0 mm F and R for Sedan
Or about $2.05 for touring car.
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And if you have nothing else, most Kimbrough spurs are as close to 5mm as makes no difference. I just measured one at 5.02mm.
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