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Old 04-23-2010, 10:36 PM   #1
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im using a tamiya ta05 and a tl-01 which typically takes a 190m shell.
i want to buy a 200m shell.
what wheels should i get to make it look right?
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looks like their is offset options...
would i want 3mm or 6mm offset
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its mostly preference. most cars are a little under 190 so you would need the 6mm to get close enough to 200mm. that offset should be for each wheel. you can also buy thicker hexes for some cars. traxxas has some wheel hex hubs that are atleast 3mm thicker than most. getting wider wheels and tires also helps so there are lots of things you can do to make your car look better with a 200mm body and not have the wheels to deep inside.
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