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CVD for a old RC10 Worlds car

Old 07-02-2008, 05:13 PM
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I have a old RC10 that the CVD broke on the back axle. It does not have to be new. I just wanted to get it running again. Let me know what you want for it shipped to MD. Thanks MK
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you might check the measurements because the b3 ones may fit. also if you cannot find a b3 one the customworks GBX enforcer cvd's are the same as the b3.

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They don't look like the picture in the Tower site so I guess that they are called universals and not CVD's?
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The lenght is different from a b2, and so is the diameter. Before the b2 they had 1/4 axles... b2 and after had 3/16.

Did you find one yet doc??
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Not yet.
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Check your PMs. I sent you a few links that you might find interesting.
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this is a link for some for the rc10 not sure if they fit the worlds car though.
http://cgi.ebay.com/VENTAGE-TRINITY-...QQcmdZViewItem
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I have RC10 CVD's...how many you need?

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I found out that I need a universal and not a CVD.
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if your going with stock they would be universals but cvd's will work if you have the correct cvd's.
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Originally Posted by ovalnator View Post
I have RC10 CVD's...how many you need?

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I just need one and it does not have to be new.
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FWIW, I saw a gold tub RC10 that had been converted using B4 rear hubs and CVDs. The parts fit well and it changed the rear track width to work correctly with the curret B4/XXX rear wheel offset so he can easily find wheels for the car as well as CVD parts. Seemed like a worthwhile change to me.
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