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Old 06-07-2005, 05:08 PM   #5836
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Juan, good point. The offset hubs can even work in high grip outdoor situations. Anytime you want a freer car in the turns, offset hubs may be something to try........Jim
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Old 06-07-2005, 05:11 PM   #5837
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DJG24, all the XXX-S hubs work fine. The ones you had that were offset are for foam tires on carpet and mount in the inner holes on the arm. The stock hubs on the JRXS are not offset, mount in the outer holes on the arm and are for asphalt or rubber tires on carpet. Both hubs fit, you just need to pick which one you need for your application.

Doug, right you are!!! I had the ones that mount in the inner holes and did not realize it until I went to the LHS today!! It worked out for me because I run mod foams on carpet, and that is why the owner gave them to me. Thanks for the help though. I knew the answer would be on here when I got home.
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offset hubs are great for when you are running with a control tire... it really helps to make the car work when everyone else is scratchin their heads
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Nice posts about offset rear hubs. Thanks for reminding me.
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What day will you be arriving at SW?

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I will be there on Friday. I am driving up Thursday afternoon.
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Do you have a part number for the O* rear hubs and when will they be available. I would like to get a spare set.

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The part number will stay the same. You can tell the difference between them by the new ones having the TL logo about the DEG marking on the inside of the hub.
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Todd, Do you run a power cap on the LRP QC2?
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Todd- Come by and pick me up on your way I need a vacation, although I was just away at the Reedy Race.

I need to get to SpeedWorld, the timing is never right.
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Todd- Come by and pick me up on your way I need a vacation, although I was just away at the Reedy Race.

I need to get to SpeedWorld, the timing is never right.
Yes, please bring Scott and Sorex 36s.
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offset hubs are great for when you are running with a control tire... it really helps to make the car work when everyone else is scratchin their heads
I second this! The car can make so much rear traction that using the offset hubs becomes mandatory, even on my slippery local asphalt track.
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I second this! The car can make so much rear traction that using the offset hubs becomes mandatory, even on my slippery local asphalt track.
Am I missing something? I didn't see anyone using offset hubs at the Reedy with their RP-30 control tires.
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And I hope today was a better day than yesterday! LOL

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It was -I qualified A2 in 12th scale (first time back running car in months) and got the JRXS better and better. I built two stout C2's too.
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I have finally got mine completed and wired up!!!
Thanks to all those that have helped me with my enquiries and posts over the past few weeks. I am now looking forward to actually racing again after a five year layoff. wooohooo!!!
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I have finally got mine completed and wired up!!!
Thanks to all those that have helped me with my enquiries and posts over the past few weeks. I am now looking forward to actually racing again after a five year layoff. wooohooo!!!
Bout time...wooohooo!
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The Josh Numan Setup Sheet for the Reedy Race is now posted at www.teamlosi.com.

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