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Old 09-04-2013, 02:06 PM   #1
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:I am looking at the hudy universal set station foe 1/10 off road, I mainly have off rd cars, 2wd/4wd/ and soon a 2wd sct. my question is could I also use my Tamiya ta05 on it? I read some where that you couldn't use off rd on the on road version due to the height of the front suspension, how about the other way around? Input is appreciated.
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:I am looking at the hudy universal set station foe 1/10 off road, I mainly have off rd cars, 2wd/4wd/ and soon a 2wd sct. my question is could I also use my Tamiya ta05 on it? I read some where that you couldn't use off rd on the on road version due to the height of the front suspension, how about the other way around? Input is appreciated.
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I might be wrong but I don't think so due to the axle diameter is different. Buggy and truck axles are bigger so the holes in the setup station will be too large for your sedan. You might becable to make it work to some extent but might not be completely accurate.
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Good point didn't think about that!
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