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Old 08-24-2010, 01:26 AM   #1
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Just wanted to ask if you guys with experience on the MuchMore Tire Sander.

Basically I got a 2nd hand tire sander, however, the arbor does not fit or rather is too small to fit the normal rubber wheels.

It seem like its a arbor for 12th scale wheels. I am not familiar with 12th scale wheels.. is there a chance that 12th scale wheel uses a smaller hex adaptor?

If so, would a normal 10th scale arbor fit the muchmore tire sander?
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Just wanted to ask if you guys with experience on the MuchMore Tire Sander.

Basically I got a 2nd hand tire sander, however, the arbor does not fit or rather is too small to fit the normal rubber wheels.

It seem like its a arbor for 12th scale wheels. I am not familiar with 12th scale wheels.. is there a chance that 12th scale wheel uses a smaller hex adaptor?

If so, would a normal 10th scale arbor fit the muchmore tire sander?
1/12 scale does not have Hex wheels, Can you post a picture of it as I did not know they made other adaptors only the one.
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