Losi 8ight-T rim question

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#1
Does anybody know the dimensions and hex size of the LOSA7738 white dish rims for the Losi 8ight-T?
Horizon's website is kinda worthless for that infoSad
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#1
Does anybody know the dimensions and hex size of the LOSA7738 white dish rims for the Losi 8ight-T?
Horizon's website is kinda worthless for that infoSad
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#2
i believe they are 17mm. ill measure mine to be sure
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#2
i believe they are 17mm. ill measure mine to be sure
10/8/1871- the great Chicago fire. Approximately 250 people were killed in the fire; 98,500 people were left homeless; 17,450 buildings were destroyed along with the original Emancipation Proclamation.
Chicago Local 281, protecting lives and property for over 100 years.
Lawn sprinklers save your grass, Fire sprinklers save your a$$
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#3
yup, 17mm
10/8/1871- the great Chicago fire. Approximately 250 people were killed in the fire; 98,500 people were left homeless; 17,450 buildings were destroyed along with the original Emancipation Proclamation.
Chicago Local 281, protecting lives and property for over 100 years.
Lawn sprinklers save your grass, Fire sprinklers save your a$$
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#3
yup, 17mm
10/8/1871- the great Chicago fire. Approximately 250 people were killed in the fire; 98,500 people were left homeless; 17,450 buildings were destroyed along with the original Emancipation Proclamation.
Chicago Local 281, protecting lives and property for over 100 years.
Lawn sprinklers save your grass, Fire sprinklers save your a$$
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#4
Cool, thanks!
Do they also use 40 series tires?
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#4
Cool, thanks!
Do they also use 40 series tires?
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#5
no, i think they are standard mt tires. the stock tires just have a low profile look.
10/8/1871- the great Chicago fire. Approximately 250 people were killed in the fire; 98,500 people were left homeless; 17,450 buildings were destroyed along with the original Emancipation Proclamation.
Chicago Local 281, protecting lives and property for over 100 years.
Lawn sprinklers save your grass, Fire sprinklers save your a$$
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#5
no, i think they are standard mt tires. the stock tires just have a low profile look.
10/8/1871- the great Chicago fire. Approximately 250 people were killed in the fire; 98,500 people were left homeless; 17,450 buildings were destroyed along with the original Emancipation Proclamation.
Chicago Local 281, protecting lives and property for over 100 years.
Lawn sprinklers save your grass, Fire sprinklers save your a$$
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#6
the hot tire setup now is the LPR size tire and wheels
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#6
the hot tire setup now is the LPR size tire and wheels
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#7
I got a free pair of Axial oversized Cubes (40 series) and would like to try them out on the E-Revo, but would prefer regular dish wheels to Pro-Line's Wabash or something really blingy, but also need something that'll fit 17mm hexes since it now has the Platinum Edition 17mm hexs on it. I wouldn't mind trying those at some point though.
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#7
I got a free pair of Axial oversized Cubes (40 series) and would like to try them out on the E-Revo, but would prefer regular dish wheels to Pro-Line's Wabash or something really blingy, but also need something that'll fit 17mm hexes since it now has the Platinum Edition 17mm hexs on it. I wouldn't mind trying those at some point though.
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#8
17MM is the standard right now.
LSP lots of Khz, Werks .28 8 port.

Revo 2.5, TRX 3.3 Engine, Center Diff. Fast and Turns on a dime.
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#8
17MM is the standard right now.
LSP lots of Khz, Werks .28 8 port.

Revo 2.5, TRX 3.3 Engine, Center Diff. Fast and Turns on a dime.
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#9
J-Dub Wrote:17MM is the standard right now.

That's why I'm so suprised how difficult it's been to find 17mm 40 series dishes, I figured htere'd be a ton out there.
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#9
J-Dub Wrote:17MM is the standard right now.

That's why I'm so suprised how difficult it's been to find 17mm 40 series dishes, I figured htere'd be a ton out there.
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#10
nobody runs 40 series anymore Joe
you could always change to 23mm
I think dace makes adapters...
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#10
nobody runs 40 series anymore Joe
you could always change to 23mm
I think dace makes adapters...
TEAM DENTTEK HACKING OUR WAY TO THE TOP!!!!!!

THE ANGRY PEAR IS BACK
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#11
the 40 Series was like a big thing with the 23MM and the Monster truck guys. They are pretty much wasteful, Lo Pro is the best right now, but I still use standard wheels and they are okay.
LSP lots of Khz, Werks .28 8 port.

Revo 2.5, TRX 3.3 Engine, Center Diff. Fast and Turns on a dime.
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#11
the 40 Series was like a big thing with the 23MM and the Monster truck guys. They are pretty much wasteful, Lo Pro is the best right now, but I still use standard wheels and they are okay.
LSP lots of Khz, Werks .28 8 port.

Revo 2.5, TRX 3.3 Engine, Center Diff. Fast and Turns on a dime.
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#12
Actually, the reasons I'm looking for the Wabashes and the 8ight-T dishes in particular is that I wanted something as light as possible to mount those freebee tires on without having to bump up to the extra expense and weight of the 23mm hexes or go back to the stock 14mm steel hexes. I also have a set of black Hellfire rims that I'll need tires for eventaully, but that'll be down the road....
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#12
Actually, the reasons I'm looking for the Wabashes and the 8ight-T dishes in particular is that I wanted something as light as possible to mount those freebee tires on without having to bump up to the extra expense and weight of the 23mm hexes or go back to the stock 14mm steel hexes. I also have a set of black Hellfire rims that I'll need tires for eventaully, but that'll be down the road....
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#13
Don't try to be cheap just spend a few extra bucks lol. you'll be better off doing that than micky mousing stuff together.
LSP lots of Khz, Werks .28 8 port.

Revo 2.5, TRX 3.3 Engine, Center Diff. Fast and Turns on a dime.
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#13
Don't try to be cheap just spend a few extra bucks lol. you'll be better off doing that than micky mousing stuff together.
LSP lots of Khz, Werks .28 8 port.

Revo 2.5, TRX 3.3 Engine, Center Diff. Fast and Turns on a dime.
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