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stampede maxx adaptors - 04.23.2006, 05:34 AM

hi, i may be ordering the max adaptor soon and i just want to know what is the biggest wheel i can fit to it?
   
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04.23.2006, 08:04 AM

It guess it would reall depend on the offset of the rim. you could go good size but hard on the transmission. I seen some run the stock emaxx tires on them.


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04.23.2006, 09:33 AM

i thought Mike used the komodo's on a similar truck.
   
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04.23.2006, 12:18 PM

Mike does use the komodos. I am going to run the komodos as well. He was asking about the biggest wheel.


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04.23.2006, 12:24 PM

Big wheels kill the drivetrain..

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04.23.2006, 12:38 PM

I think the rims have to be off set like a 1/2 inch or so. I think that is what I got from mike.
Yeah the big wheels sure is hard on drive line.
I love the big wheels so much though.


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04.23.2006, 02:34 PM

if you thinking big then your best of with jumbo-kongs or swap kongs.
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04.23.2006, 02:50 PM

Those are a complete waste of money IMO. They are good only if your going over huge rocks and harsh terrains.


The problem with nitro's these days are that they arent brushless... LOL

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04.23.2006, 02:56 PM

Komodo's on chrome RPM titan rims look awsome. One guy here has that set-up, can't remember his name though.
   
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04.23.2006, 03:12 PM

Yeah, i remeber, that was one nice stampede!


The problem with nitro's these days are that they arent brushless... LOL

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04.23.2006, 04:07 PM

That is what is going on my pede. I hope it turns out nice. have to wait and see.


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