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Old 03-22-2006, 09:29 PM   #1
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Can i put foams on to the MTX-3? Might sound stiped but i need to know
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OK thanks man!
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I read through alot of the mtx-3 thread but never found a definate answer..
dont the rear tires need an offset of 2mm?
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I read through alot of the mtx-3 thread but never found a definate answer..
dont the rear tires need an offset of 2mm?

thereŽs already a post with more than a thousand replies regarding the mtx-3. check page 2 of the posts and youŽll find everything

you can use 2 degree, no degree and even 1 degree.just to need to readjust the widht when switching tires, is designed to use 2 degree cuz gives more clearance between the wheel and the rear upright or hub but if you want to use o degree go ahead, just make sure the width!
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thereŽs already a post with more than a thousand replies regarding the mtx-3. check page 2 of the posts and youŽll find everything

you can use 2 degree, no degree and even 1 degree.just to need to readjust the widht when switching tires, is designed to use 2 degree cuz gives more clearance between the wheel and the rear upright or hub but if you want to use o degree go ahead, just make sure the width!
first off, I didnt start this thread, and second, what I asked was relevant to what was asked "in this thread"..

and yes I did spend time reading through the mtx-3 thread and couldnt find a definate answer.. probably because of the variation of being able to use offset or not..

and lastly.... thanks for the info and who made you the thread police?
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I don't get it, i've used 0 degree offset with no problems oh well
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Thanks guys! Now all i need is the MTX-3!
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