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Old 08-23-2011, 09:48 AM   #1
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Hi everyone,

Bone blades were first seen and called " blades " by Scumacher, UK, if I'm right.

I see lots of people are not satisfied with their bone blades and want to use other brands. This leads to many questions so I figured we could try to create a place where we collect the measurments for each type of blade. I'll start by giving the measurements of the 2 blades I found within arm reach. (The " C " measurement is to guesstimate how far it goes in the diff outdrive.)

Of course, the more precise the better. Any contribution or comment is welcome.

METRIC MEASUREMENTS ONLY PLEASE !

This could go like this ( just copy and paste):

Brand:
Initially intended for the following cars:
Part number:

A = overall/outer width: x.xx mm
B = inner width: x.xx mm
c = depth: x.xx mm
D = pin hole diameter: x.xx mm
E = Thickness: x.xx mm

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Brand: XRAY
initially intended for the following cars: T2 008 and beyond
Part number: 305241

A = overall/outer width: 12.20 mm
B = inner width: 6.60 mm
c = depth: 7.58 mm
D = pin hole diameter: 2,00 mm
E = Thickness: 3.53 mm

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Brand: T.O.P.
initially intended for the following cars: Photon
Part number: PO DT0006

A = overall/outer width: 10,13 mm
B = inner width: 5.75 mm
c = depth: 6.85 mm
D = pin hole diameter: 2.04 mm
E = Thickness: 3.85 mm

Note : fits loosely on the stock photon bones (pin diameter hole a bit too large, and inner width too large ) The lighter trick does help though.
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Not a large success for this idea I see... I still think it could be helpful so don't hesitate to give 5 minutes of your time to save others time and money !

Apart from that, could someone tell me which brand carries the thickest blades available ? Thanks in advance !
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My bone is bigger than yours... it's all that matters. Tech threads typically don't raise a lot of passion on the internet

I'll bring specR and oldskool schmacker ones for you to the track saturday so you can measure them... take your calipers!

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Thanks Paul... I should have foreseen this failure I guess... (sigh) thanks for your help anyway.

Seriously, who makes the thickest blades ? AE ?

I'm looking for something 4mm thick or more, I want to try them in offroad.
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