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    "Redcat" My new Avalanche XP Has a Whobeling Tire



    WhenI was breaking in My Avalanche XP I noticed a tire whobeling soI tried to move it to the rear and it still whobels (moves side to side while rolling).and the head was scratched. Please Help!

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    A lot of redcats have the tire shakes when new. The foams have to settle in after a little while. As for the scratch.....Billy and Chris are stand up guys.
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    Yes the foams do sometimes become uneven sometimes you can rub the tire in the middle all the way around a few times this will spread out the foam to fit the wheels more.
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    I am notditching Redcat? I have a side to side whobble no big deal?I willjust order 2 new tires. They can't be more than 40 bucks.
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    RE: RE:

    You would probably be better off with an aftermarket brand of tires wheels and foams that will fit.
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    RE: RE:

    i have no idea where. and what type will fit i would like some directionals preferably larger any ideas?
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    RE: RE:

    I guess start a topic on what aftermarket brand will fit or ask the dealer that sold you the Avalanche maybe he knows or would be able to find some for you.
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    RE: RE:

    Just about any 17mm wheels will fit if you put on some racing tires 17mm with the 1/2inch offset works best.
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    Or if you really want to go larger you can put 22mm adaptors on the truck and run 22mm wheels thay are realy larger and wider tires. Just some caution you will need a real good and strong servo to keep up with those tires.
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    RE: RE:

    do you have these upgrades available? I have a servo saver with steel geard servo
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    We dont have them listed on the site yet but you can get them from here or me http://www.integy.com/st_prod.html?p...110&p_catid=75The adaptors.


    or these kind of street tires the have off roadtiresalso. http://www.integy.com/st_prod.html?p...79&p_catid=104
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    RE:

    my buddy bought the exact same truck and it was the dog bones. the were just slightly bent. check that and be sure to look closely as you are spinning the tire.
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    A bent dogbone should not make just 1 tire wooble I have bent many of dogbones in this truck it does not let the truck roll smooth and it pinches the diff cups.
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    i'm just saying. it fixed his.
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    Ok cool its all good having more then one thing to check is always good that why thisforumis so great there can be more then 1opinionthat may work.
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    RE: RE:

    Mine is a earthquake 8e and its the whell that is outa round. No big deal. Anyone on what will fit the earthquake that is a good wheel? I like the tires that came on it. Its bounces pretty good on pavement butt i haven't got to try it in the dirt due to the weather here in Ohio.

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