Type: Posts; User: Dayvee
Yes Ive used them before,still use them in fact, they are steel, they aren't hardened, but they are well cut by a respected gear maker. Ive had no problem with them running with standard Nylon Spur...
They are perfectly fine
They do exactly what the descriptions says, they give you the chance to dial in your set up and find what gears you want to run with
Robinson make fine gears IMO and this is...
We talked about these a few weeks ago
they have worked great for me
Where in NZ do you live Josh ?
Yes they are directional but are also asymmetrical, so you might not be able to hide the L & R markings on them
You will want those bigger blocks of tread on the outside for better cornering
At last your Tries arrived :)
Looking good, I'll wait for your comments on how they handle before I commit to buying some for my other Rustler
As loot said it turns out Maroon, doesn't look nice at all IMO
That's why I went with a Purple theme for my wide Rustler
No problems taking pics for comparisons
Dirt hawgs seem to work well, although those haven't seen a lot of use as yet
Purple wheels are Chrome Torque
My street fighters would probably have gone on...
Here is another picture so you can better compare the size of the street fighters
Shown here with
30 Series Dirthawgs on the Purple wheels
2.2 Road Rage on the red wheels
Alias on the Black...
Nice picture u posted there dayvee. Great comparison of the differences on sizes. Btw, the fronts are backwards on the rages:)
Whoops so they were, just quickly threw the Rages on there off my...
Personally I Like the Street Fighters compared to the 2.2" Road Rage I have been running on the car on the right, of course the wide mod helps as well, :cool:
Certainly the Street fighters need to...
Same here broke a chassis and a bulkhead early on, bought the full T bone and no problems since
My RPM didn't last that long, maybe 15 hours of bashing
I'd go with GPM first off
Like Jimbo my RPM knuckles have become oval in the bearing mount area over a very short period of time
Ive also had ball popping issues with them
So DEFINITELY go the GPM way for knuckles
I use the full T bones set up on my MERV
Brilliant product, tough as nails, considering the number of big hits I have had with it
I haven't broken a thing since installing it.
I'd be very...
These HPI Mesh Wheels work well for me
Nice off set as you can see in the picture compared to the OEM
2.2" D 2.0" W
Tower doesn't stock T bone, buy directly from them, or they are on E Bay as well.
I broke my chassis after one week, have bought and installed a T bone also the DP brace.
Now Ive been hard bashing...
It will be interesting to see how these Chin Ngai Tyres wear
My experience with Chinese rubber in 1:1 scale is that it is very hard, and doesn't provide good amounts of traction
I can only imagine...
I'm With Jimbo and Cameron, no problems here with the full skip plate and bumpers
And what a bonus being able to protect that inherently weak chassis.