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Old 01-06-2002, 01:21 AM   #1006
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Tried if I remember right,

Double purple front
Purple rears
Ellegi 45, 40 fronts
Ellegi 35, 40 rears
Best 40 fronts
Best 35 rears
Microsystem medium fronts, rears
Microsystem medium, hard fronts
Zac 40 fronts
Zac 45 fronts
Zac 35, 37 rears wide
Zac 40 rears

Have yet to put on the Yokomos

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You mentioned to get rid of the push go with overdrive but 1mm smaller rear? Won't that give you underdrive? Thanks.
use 42 shore front and rear with that combo and you will be happier then the happy camber.
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Old 01-06-2002, 01:22 AM   #1007
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Never! i have run a couple of rims without any single problem !!
Run it a little longer then look at the fronts. I found the al hex drives started turning in the wheel's hex hubs. The "points" on the drives ended up on the "flats of the wheel hub. Or maybe my engine is too powerful?
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Old 01-06-2002, 01:22 AM   #1008
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Ok I'm old but not as old as moon or motorman but I still don't get what you're saying in your posts. Please explain.

huh Fok? What did you say? I cant read it! its too small !!!
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Old 01-06-2002, 01:23 AM   #1009
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Run it a little longer then look at the fronts. I found the al hex drives started turning in the wheel's hex hubs. The "points" on the drives ended up on the "flats of the wheel hub. Or maybe my engine is too powerful?
i always finish the foam tire until there is less then 1mm thick of foam material on the rim !! never get into trouble !!

I think you need a good lock nut !
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Old 01-06-2002, 01:25 AM   #1010
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Sorry I dont know my real name !

Go to city hobby for Fast Tire !! they are cheap then ellegi tire although they are the same thing.

But I do

Where is City hobby? Yeah they are all the same, Ellegi, Fast, Best, Action etc. made by GRP Gandini in Italy.
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But I do

Where is City hobby? Yeah they are all the same, Ellegi, Fast, Best, Action etc. made by GRP Gandini in Italy.

who that where to see me first blown lap record
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i always finish the foam tire until there is less then 1mm thick of foam material on the rim !! never get into trouble !!

I think you need a good lock nut !
Using good locknuts and the wheels are tight. I think it's the track, too tight lol . A couple of other people I check with have the same problem.
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who that where to see me first blown lap record

Seriously Moon do you know what Novarossi is talking about when he replied to my quote to you?
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Using good locknuts and the wheels are tight. I think it's the track, too tight lol . A couple of other people I check with have the same problem.
Use snake spring nut for the wheels. they are the best from snake (only)

it will be able to keep the wheels in place.
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Seriously Moon do you know what Novarossi is talking about when he replied to my quote to you?
nope ! i am too old and have too much wisdom not to understand that !
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nope ! i am too old and have too much wisdom not to understand that !
too old and too much wisdom to understand nope?

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too old and too much wisdom to understand nope?

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I think Mikey needs a warm glass of milk and sleep off whatever he's been drinking, taking or smoking. lol
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I think Mikey needs a warm glass of milk and sleep off whatever he's been drinking, taking or smoking. lol
Sorry guys, just really bored here at work

Are us 3 going to share rooms and travel together at the Worlds or what? - i bags top buncker
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Sorry guys, just really bored here at work

Are us 3 going to share rooms and travel together at the Worlds or what? - i bags top buncker
where the heaven the race will be? I cant open that link but just freezed my IE!
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