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Old 05-05-2004, 09:37 PM   #1
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I have been looking all over for a nut driver to fit inside of the TRC wheel well for the Losi XXX S. Does anyone know who makes it?

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I'm looking for a set of set up wheels that fit on the Losi XXX S shaft?
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I took a 11/32 socket and ground down the edge so it would fit.
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Yokomo makes one that I am pretty sure fits
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I have been looking all over for a nut driver to fit inside of the TRC wheel well for the Losi XXX S. Does anyone know who makes it?

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I'm looking for a set of set up wheels that fit on the Losi XXX S shaft?
The Losi nut driver fits.. that's what I use..
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Trinity makes a nut driver that fits it is 11/32 the ground down socket will work as well and is cheaper if you have a nut driver already
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Adding to the mix, Hudy's works awesome as well.
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I picked up a Craftsman nut driver(one of those stubby ones) from Sears when I first got the Losi car. Heck I even brought the TRC foam tire with me to Sears. Now I use Losi nut drives.
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Thanks for your help guys.

Anyone know of a pair of set-up wheels that will fit on the XXX-s shaft?
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Old 05-07-2004, 08:27 AM   #9
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Losi made some setup wheels a while ago, I dont know if they are still avalible or what though...
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