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    Yellow disc wheels for slash

    Hey guys, i want the bright yellow disc wheels for my slash for on the track.
    Like the ones that you see on the buggys all the time.

    Where can i get them, sizes, part numbers, whatever.

    One place here says they cant get them for a slash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by traxxasfan21 View Post

    Yeah I saw that, seems to only show the rears......

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    DE Racing make some, Borrego or Speedline

    http://www.deracing.net/store/index....egory&path=270
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    DE is the only one that I know of

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    Yeah that's what the other thread linked to, but on their site I only see rears. I'll look again I guess or call them.

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    If you get the RPM front compensating arms, you can run rear slash offset wheels in the front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by civichatch88 View Post
    If you get the RPM front compensating arms, you can run rear slash offset wheels in the front.

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    Or you can put 4 front wheels on it, so this way the vehicle will have a little more stability and handling.
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    Well the problem is, i cant find the bright yellow dish wheels in the front size..........

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    Just use the rears up front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by civichatch88 View Post
    Just use the rears up front.

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    Yeah but I would need the offset a arms right

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    Yes but it won't hurt anything to run them on the front if you don't have them. They will just be in a little bit. The nice thing about having the same wheels all around is so you can rotate them front to back to keep the wear the same

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