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    Looking for wheel base extensions.

    I've been looking around for some wheel base extensions. My question is... which one's will fit the tekno R6 CVD's?

    Thanks!

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    I think you'd have to get a normal set... and then drill them out to 6mm.

    Another option is to run Slash 2wd FRONT wheels all the way around. They are offset and will sit out wider than a 4x4 wheel.
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    Wait... wheel base, or track width?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squeegie View Post
    Wait... wheel base, or track width?
    Ohh yeah. LOL. Good catch. I'm guessing he means width though.
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    OK. If track width, these 17mm adapters add about 3mm per side (these are for the Revo's).
    I don't know if they will work with the Tekno M6 shaft hole/pin:


    http://www.hot-racing.com/index.cgi?...=TM3310W;c=431
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    Sorry I'm a noob still. I meant track width.

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    holes in tekno m6 are made for 2.5x12mm pins so those wont work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matts175 View Post
    I think you'd have to get a normal set... and then drill them out to 6mm.

    Another option is to run Slash 2wd FRONT wheels all the way around. They are offset and will sit out wider than a 4x4 wheel.
    This is kinda off topic, but I hope it's ok. I actually thought that 2wd fronts are the same as 4x4 f/r (many after market wheels are listed as such. I have RPMs coming that are lites like this on eBay and I hope I didn't make any mistakes :/ This assupmtion includes my guess that the rear wheel of a 2wd is the one that deviates (with a visible negative offset).

    I'm usually wrong about all these things so I'm getting worried that I have spent money on the wrong wheels
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    The Slash 4x4 uses the same wheels as the rear wheels on the 2wd Slash. The front has a different offset that makes them stick out farther. They also have a wider wheel hex that would really make the wheels stick out more on a Slash 4X4.
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    Riiiight! Thanks El Sob! I actually meant "rear on the 2wd" like you wrote. Just mixed it up. The ones I have ordered are listed as "2wd R, 4x4 F/R".
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