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Old 12-14-2012, 10:13 AM   #1
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Simple enough, who makes them? Thanks!
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If you are talking about TC's , you can use any #6 washer from homedepot, steel or aluminum... I think hpi made them but they don't fit as well as the #6 flat washers....
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Tamiya makes a set of washes that goes between the hex and the wheel. They come in one pack with three different sizes. Not sure the part number though.
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Also 4mm flat washers will Work too. Dubro makes them . You will have to google it though....
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Simple enough, who makes them? Thanks!
Xray silver ones are .75mm, TOP makes a full set of various sizes as well.
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Towerhobbies has the Dubro's and hpi(not a great fit)....
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Old 12-17-2012, 09:04 AM   #7
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Thanks guys. After a quick search Xray (#305380) seem to be the only ones that actually make 0.75mm spacers and they come as a pack of two. The TOP and Tamiya packs come in different colours but they are all a mix of 0.5mm or 1.0mm. I can't find anything for hpi or dubro's.
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The hpi and dubro's are just spacers that can fit but were not marketed for that purpose...
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Want precision? Kose
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The problem is that those Kose spacers will make the track width 0.1mm wider than desired. And that will cost you a tenth a lap.
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