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Old 12-28-2011, 05:40 PM   #1
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I have and old bolink tplate pan car here I'd like to get back functional. The left wheel adapter is messed up......will a set from an associated or some other brand of car work to replace these?
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They all have the same basic hubs for mounting wheels. Some are a little shorter and some are longer but you can adjust from the axle to make one fit since the axles are the same size even if you need a spacer. I should have some of them I'll see what's in the building.
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I have and old bolink tplate pan car here I'd like to get back functional. The left wheel adapter is messed up......will a set from an associated or some other brand of car work to replace these?
If you're talking about the axle hubs, most are all interchangeable as long as they're 1/10th scale. Assoc. will work fine!.
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sweet, thanks guys. I'd like to try and grab a set and get this chassis going....I could complete it for the cost of the hubs and some new tires
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