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Old 03-22-2005, 04:50 PM   #1471
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the shims that go behind the roll center blocks can change the rear wheel base. i had the stock shims in it and it was a little wide at the nats and i had to change it. Also you have to watch adjusting the shims for the rear toe. Don't just use the 1 degree or 1/2 degree shims to change the angle, measure the front and rear of the wheel to see if your tire is toe-ed in or out.
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Old 03-23-2005, 12:11 AM   #1473
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Old 03-23-2005, 08:17 AM   #1474
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Id just like to thank the Team Corally guys for fixing my car at the nats when it broke in a false start, and the support they gave me at the race. Before i was able to get off the drivers stand, Mike Bruce had my car in his pits replacing the arm, then Jeff Cuffs helped out by setting my car back on the track. I've never seen a team help out a "non-team member" in this way. This is one amazing car, I ran a box stock US carpet spec kit, and was able to place in the top ten twice in the qualifing rounds.

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I would like to personally THANK the guys at Corally for helping Dan with his broken car. This is what a real team is about, especially when they did it for a car owner, NOT a team member. Keep up the good work ROB & gang! John Peoples
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Old 03-23-2005, 08:48 AM   #1475
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Default Rollout chart

For anyone that wants one, I have made a rollout chart that gives tire diameter every .2 mm. I know gearchart already has this done, but I wanted finer tire diameter rollouts. It's for a 104 spur.

PM me an email address if you would like a copy, you will need excel to open.

If you use inches for tire size, just multiply your inches by 25.4 to give mm.
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Old 03-23-2005, 09:43 AM   #1476
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If anyone needs rollout charts
I have done for 78t spur and 104 spur.

email me for one if you want.. you don't need excel only adobe acrobat reader these are pdf files.

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Old 03-23-2005, 02:44 PM   #1477
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Jeff-

I have some of the AE alum. clamping narrow axles, Would those work, are they the same thickness as the Corally ones?

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nope... the AE hexes will be inch measurements, and the Corally is metric.
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Old 03-23-2005, 03:38 PM   #1479
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nope... the AE hexes will be inch measurements, and the Corally is metric.
I disagree. The Corally has MIP axles, and the wheel axles are in inches. you can use both AE and Team Losi wheel nuts, wich means that the AE hexes should fit also. It's only the outer nut diameter that is 7mm. They're still not the same as Tamiya 7mm...
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The AE hexes "fit" I was just wondering if they are the same THICKNESS as the Corrally ones.
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Old 03-23-2005, 03:49 PM   #1481
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Can't you just measure that yourself?
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well, i wouldnt think they are correct, as the bearings and wheel nuts are metric. not that the AE hexes wont fit, just no properly, i wouldnt think....

and i think the AE hexes are about the same thickness as the wide Corally's, and the narrows are about half the width...
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Old 03-23-2005, 03:53 PM   #1483
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I could measure them myself if I had the narrow hexes to know how thick they are! But then again if I had them here to be able to measure them I would not have posted. LOL

Turbo- they fit properly, trust me I just put them on the car with wheels and tire (foam and rubbers) no slop, didn't pull off or feel loose.
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Old 03-23-2005, 03:56 PM   #1484
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I was just thinking that since Jeff worked at Superior he could just walk over to the wall take the AE hexes and compare them to the Corally ones. HINT HINT!
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well, i wouldnt think they are correct, as the bearings and wheel nuts are metric. not that the AE hexes wont fit, just no properly, i wouldnt think....
Test using an AE wheel nut, if you think it's metric Then you'll get a surprise...
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