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Old 03-29-2011, 07:50 PM   #1
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4 carbon fiber set-up discs.. they all match and they haven't fit any of the offroad cars I have tried so im wondering if anyone can tell what they are for.. the hex seems kind of small..
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http://i371.photobucket.com/albums/o...-37-59_532.jpg

4 carbon fiber set-up discs.. they all match and they haven't fit any of the offroad cars I have tried so im wondering if anyone can tell what they are for.. the hex seems kind of small..
56mm diameter

9.5mm hex

12mm wheel pin slots

everyone at my track is stumped..
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12mm wheel pin slots

everyone at my track is stumped..


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i'm going to guess losi streetweapon although i don't have a set of wheels for it to measure in front of me. it did use a smaller than standard hex though. tony vega was probably the first to design setup wheels for that car that losi eventually manufactured into plastic.
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i'm going to guess losi streetweapon although i don't have a set of wheels for it to measure in front of me. it did use a smaller than standard hex though. tony vega was probably the first to design setup wheels for that car that losi eventually manufactured into plastic.
Interesting... anybody out there have some wheels to measure?
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