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    RC10T

    I have an old rc10t that i need to replace the rear three peice rims...does anyone know if i can replace them with the new rims or where i can go to buy the old ones, thanks

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    RE: RC10T

    You need to convert over to the 3/16th axle, which requires different axle carriers.

    You need these, these, these, and lastly these.

    Hope this helps. I did the conversion a while back and didn't need a shim kit.
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    RE: RC10T



    You won't have to change thehub carrier. The od on the bearings is the same size. Or you could just buy a wheel to fit your 1/4 axlel. If it was me doing it, I'd switch to the 3/16 axle. Lot better selection of wheels to choose from. The 1/4 stuff is way obselete.

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    RE: RC10T



    nm I found the edit button

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    RE: RC10T


    ORIGINAL: Big Alice



    Β* You won't have to change theΒ*hub carrier.Β* The od on the bearings is the same size.Β* Or you could just buy a wheel to fit your 1/4 axlel.Β* If it was me doing it, I'd switch to the 3/16 axle. Lot better selection of wheels to choose from.Β* The 1/4 stuff is way obselete.

    Β*Β*Β*Β*http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXMSY1&P=7
    No, the old rc10t axle is a bit different, and longer on the inside. If you were to use the stock axle carrier, the 3/16 axle would not reach the dogbone. The stock axle carrier is also wider, and doesn't allow you to even insert the split pin. The rc10gt carrier is a requirement when using the 3/16 axle. I went through all this when I converted one of mine over.
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    RE: RC10T



    Didn't know that. Someone must have switched them on my trucks before I got them. mine just went right in when I switched over. Both my T's were bought used.

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    RE: RC10T

    it was probably a deal like mine which was raced and modded. these rc10t's were built to race and on mine i have Ti cvd's and turnbuckles and so on. i gotmy 10toff the shelf and it still works.
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