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    Please help ID this wheel!

    Would like know what make/model this wheel fits. There are no markings on it.

    Thanks!
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    Dimensions?
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    That is an RPM clawz wheel
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    RPM makes aftermarket wheels for a number of different cars/trucks. My buddy runs these RPM Clawz on his Evader. What are you trying to mount them on? It's the depth of the wheel from the back side of the rim to the back side of the hub that matters. I wish to heavens that they would mark that dimension on the package. It's a standard 2.2in car/truck wheel.
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    Thanks guys!

    It is a RPM Clawz 2.2 wheel. Found at the local swap meet. It is new with foam insert and new tire. I did not know what it was, but seller was only asking 50 cents because that was only one he had left. I took it just because I like the blue chrome finish on it.

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    What size is the hex on the back? They look like they'd fit my old Kyosho. I think it's a 12 mm.


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