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    1.9 Axial Walker Evans wheels on Telluride?

    Any ideas how STRC got 1.9 walker evans wheels on a telluride? I had thought it might be 2.2's but I cant find the walker evans in a 2.2 and you can tell in pics that they are not SC style wheels with different inner and out bead. They also dont look to stick out much further than stock if any.


    http://www.teamstrc.com/index.php?ro...ath=72_105_102

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    They likely went with wide offset hexes, like those that come on the front of a 2WD Slash, that is how I got a set of 2.2s on my Slash 4WD.
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    man I hope its that easy, be nice to swap back and forth between few sets of wheels.

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    I've run them



    The offset of the wheels themselves is enough to clear I think.

    The stock plastic steering knuckles don't have the best clearance, the aluminum ones have plenty though.

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    ty for info, are you running aftermarket arms in that pic or all stock except wheels/tires.

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    I've done many things to the Telluride

    http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?8993161-Project-Tellusumm


    Taking a closer look at the STRC pics, it looks like they removed the front ear on the c-hub to get the wheel to clear as it turns.
    So it doesn't look like it'll clear stock.

    I had made custom c-hubs and they didn't have an issue.

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    Ah I was just wondering on the arms in that particular pic because it looked like wheels set out past fenders bit further than theirs but is hard to tell with angle of pic.

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    where you get the tires and wheels from
    Quote Originally Posted by GeoVW72 View Post
    I've run them



    The offset of the wheels themselves is enough to clear I think.

    The stock plastic steering knuckles don't have the best clearance, the aluminum ones have plenty though.

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    Those are the factory wheels and tires off the Axial SCX-10 with the officially licensed JK Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited scale truck. The rims are Walker Evans Racing licensed rims with Maxxis licensed tires. I think all of the SCX-10's except the new dovetailed JK Wrangler (that uses BFG licensed Krawler T/A's) have some variation of that combo.
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