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  1. RE: problem with a825 13/18 bell on tornado

    I've got most of my parts but something is missing...
  2. RE: problem with a825 13/18 bell on tornado

    Do I also need the B070 hpi metal bushings??

    Thanks again,
    Frank
  3. RE: problem with a825 13/18 bell on tornado

    Hi again, thanks so much for replying. Can I just use the HPI a805 pilot shaft instead of using the tubing? Is there already a link which explains the install? Thanks again!!

    Frank
  4. RE: anybody already putted an hpi clutch on a smartech winner pro ?

    I'm going to try this soon on my two speed... it looks like a HPI A825 clutch bell, shoes, and springs will fit, I will let you know, but it may be a minute - busy single dad!

    Franko
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    RE: Redcat Racing Volcano Thread

    No problem. The pro-line rims are plenty tough, and they made the agitator rim 40% more durable a while back. You CAN get aluminum rims but they cost an arm and a leg... the cheapest place I have...
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    RE: Redcat Racing Volcano Thread

    Howdy, the volcano used a 12mm hex hub so any wheel that uses a 12mm hex are good... I personally like the pro-line agitator (rear) wheels. I have them mounted on my volcano with masher 2000 tires...
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    RE: Redcat Racing Volcano Thread

    Did you have any trouble with the MT2 parts install?
  8. RE: problem with a825 13/18 bell on tornado

    Which bearings did you stack, the roller bearings?

    Frank, long time owner, first time modder lol.
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