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Old 07-11-2005, 03:44 PM   #1366
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Well, given that the mounting positions are horizontally and vertically the same there should be no difference in handling...I suppose there might be a slight bit less material used in hubs that have vertically mounted ballstuds...which would result in a slightly lower CG... but that's it.

The beauty of the vertically adjustible ballstud in the hub is just that... it is adjustable ... you can fine tune the camber rise to exactly how you like it instead of having to work with large height changes that are associted with horizontally mounted ballstuds.
thanks for the reply steve. just wondering about the effects of it because i saw BK had different rear hubs at the reedy race.
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hey steve im in the market to some new RC tools, and due to my issue of symetry, all of the tools need to be the same....

which ones would you recomend the Trinity or the new Carbon Team kinwald ones.
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Old 07-11-2005, 04:31 PM   #1368
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Quick, somebody ask Skuba about Ants, and loosing passengers.
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Old 07-11-2005, 05:28 PM   #1369
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thanks for the reply steve. just wondering about the effects of it because i saw BK had different rear hubs at the reedy race.
Yeah, we both ran TC3 rear hub carriers on our cars ... the only reason was to move the camberlink horizontally further in towards the center of the car to try to free the rear end of the car up...which we could not do with the stock losi hub carriers.
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Old 07-11-2005, 05:29 PM   #1370
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hey steve im in the market to some new RC tools, and due to my issue of symetry, all of the tools need to be the same....

which ones would you recomend the Trinity or the new Carbon Team kinwald ones.
I'm not Steve, but I'm sure he would agree this are pretty "Trix" http://forums.radiocontrolzone.com/s...d.php?t=199694
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Old 07-11-2005, 05:30 PM   #1371
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hey steve im in the market to some new RC tools, and due to my issue of symetry, all of the tools need to be the same....

which ones would you recomend the Trinity or the new Carbon Team kinwald ones.
I haven't seen the new trinity ones? But the carbon fiber kinwald ones seem nice... very light as well!

The Losi ones are nice... handles might be kinda small for you though?

Can't go wrong with MIP either!
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Old 07-11-2005, 05:31 PM   #1372
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I'm not Steve, but I'm sure he would agree this are pretty "Trix" http://forums.radiocontrolzone.com/s...d.php?t=199694
I would be happy to critique these tools if I had a complete set of them paul
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Hmm...Might be able to work something out
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Don't be coming all up in Skuba's thread and promoting your tools.

Specially when you can be asking him about Ants, and passenger loss.

Jeez what's wrong with you guys.
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Don't be coming all up in Skuba's thread and promoting your tools.

Specially when you can be asking him about Ants, and passenger loss.

Jeez what's wrong with you guys.
Oh man, that's a shame because I was going to include a set for you, but instead...."NO TOOLS FOR YOU"

So is it true that Ants can lift 20 times their body weight?
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Old 07-11-2005, 06:40 PM   #1376
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Actually Paul,

Most ants can carry up to 50 times their body mass!

You can find that and other interesting ant-facts on this ant-faq... you can also watch ant web cams if you're into that sort of thing

http://www.antcam.com/info/faq/
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Maybe I should have told you to convert it to text.
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