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    Question Split Six Question

    I just bought some stuff off a guy and he had a set of unmounted Proline BowTies and a set of unmounted Split Sixes and i went to mount the wheels and noticed that there wasnt any place for a hex or the little rod like the others.

    One that was already mounted:


    One I just mounted:


    Thanks.
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    looks like that would b a front wheel that takes a bearing like the some of the jato

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    I hope you didn't glue them already because it is a pain to remove them.

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    no, i havent. i think theyre slash 2wd wheels.
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    Smart man. I'm a fool and probably would have glued them first and then realized they didn't fit. LOL

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    They are beadlocks so he wouldn't have to glue them anyways. Time to dismount and get a wheel that fits, luckily most wheels are cheap!
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    I'd say its for a losi front tend, my son in law runs them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sean1214 View Post
    They are beadlocks so he wouldn't have to glue them anyways. Time to dismount and get a wheel that fits, luckily most wheels are cheap!
    Lol, you're right. I can see the dimples for the screws and a tiny bit of the ring in one of the photos. Split Six got me again. Pro-line makes them in a one-piece (non bead-loc) version as well and I keep assuming that's the one people have when they don't fit on their truck.

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