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Old 01-20-2014, 06:36 PM   #1
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Alright so i have a hpi e10 green mustang drift car and i wanna know how i could extend my wheels out like the picture below thanks all ideas and answers are welcome!!
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Old 01-20-2014, 08:13 PM   #2
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Your trying to fit monster truck wheels and tires?
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Alright so i have a hpi e10 green mustang drift car and i wanna know how i could extend my wheels out like the picture below thanks all ideas and answers are welcome!!
Note: the following suggestion may work, but I wouldn't recommend spending the time/money doing it.

It might be possible to use a several of the HPI E10 offset "spacers", but I don't think they would hold up to actually being run on the car if you used enough to gain offset/clearance for monster truck wheels. Here is a link & photo below of the HPI Hex Hub set to see the spacers (you should have some already with your car).

http://www.hpiracing.com/en/part/85608

Since the wheels attach to the HPI E10 using a long screw (from the outside of the wheel), you would also need to get a longer screw.

You would also need to find Monster truck wheels that have the same size hex as standard touring car tires.


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Jack it up and put a Savage Flux under it. Seriously if you are going to go that far then why bother with the E10 in the first place. Just pick out a touring car shell and frap in onto a Savage. BAM!
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