E-maxx wheels to a clod

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E-maxx wheels to a clod

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Can this be done? Does anyone know of any adapters anywhere?

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wrx-n-ktm wrote:Can this be done? Does anyone know of any adapters anywhere?
TTR has adapters as does MTPA.

The TTR ones are now molded rather than machined, cost less(under $36-37 bucks)...

The MTPA ones are custom machined by ESP and cost a bit more but are solid alum... Then there's the shipping from AU. <--- I'll be getting my adapters from MTPA once I can get my Juggy back to rolling condition :lol:

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uhh... yeah...

oh yeah mine are by johnson parts or smothing like that...
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Electrohacker wrote:uhh... yeah...

oh yeah mine are by johnson parts or smothing like that...

You don't even know where/who your adapters are from? You have once again added nothing to a thread other than useless information...oh and a pic of your clod :roll:







I made some homemade adapters a few weeks ago but after a few rounds of testing I've decided to just jump in and go with MTPA adapters to feel safe. I don't fully trust these:

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They have had a tendency of failing when under full throttle...see avatar image :P

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man toyo get eh stick out of your butt...


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Post by Sassy_Chassis_Clod »

lets play nice now :!: :!:

i enoy the pic of the truck...

not every one is as helpful as u so sometimes it might just seem like spam to U!!!

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Electrohacker wrote:man toyo get eh stick out of your butt...


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Dude... it ain't no stick, let me tell ya. It's got to be one big log! hehe




I don't understand those 0's nor 1's..... what's that say? :fart:

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Sugar is?

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BamBam wrote:www.RC4WD.com

For the TTR.
Are those the old ones or the new ones that Hua has on the site? The new ones are said to be stronger and being that they are now molded rather than machined will cost less. The new ones are around the $35 figure compared to the previous $45'ish figure.

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I ordered it with my trac gears. Trac gears came in a week ago. Hua
promised the wideners/adapters will come in next week.

So I figure new molds will be ready next week. However,
you could pre-order it now and wait.

He took off $10 on my next order. 8)
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The pic on the site is the new ones. Just emailed me
mine are on the way!! 8)
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If you're saying yours are in the mail, then that must mean mine are, too! Cool.