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Old 07-21-2004, 12:26 PM   #1
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Default Can anyone identify these tire arbors?

I think the one is eight scale but I don't know for sure. I am going to sell these and need to know what I am selling.
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The one on top looks like a Hudy 1/8 Scale arbor. I can't even guess what the other one may be.
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I think the one is eight scale but I don't know for sure. I am going to sell these and need to know what I am selling.
hey kevin it might be for a pan car foam tire(maybe)
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Or could it be a 235mm adapter?
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measure the diameter of the mount. I will compare with my hudy 1/10 235 mm adapter tonight. I don't have an 1/8th arbor, but they look very similar.
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My arbor measures 10mm in Diameter. This is for a Serpent impact/ 835 wheel. My Serpent 950 1/8th scale measures at 12mm in diameter.
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