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Re: dirt oval discussion

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My Attempt at a custom RC10 Oval Car, Suggestions please! Im probably going with the 10T front plate and Klein arms, for 10" width, have tried a DS plate for the less kickup, and a stock buggy front plate but, I already ordered a McAllister bakersfield LM body (10") wide thinking thats the width it would be but every combo I've tried so far is less than 9" thus the 10T plate and Klein arms.

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klein arms and a truck nose plate is the same width as a buggy nose plate and standard wide track buggy arms.

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Any suggestions then, I have already ordered a McAllister #237 Bakersfield Late Model body 10” wide because this is what was suggested for a buggy conversion, I plan on running SC10 front hex conversion axles and spindles so the wide gt spindles are out of the question. I also plan on running hex adapters on the rear axle so I can potentinally run four of the same wheels. To be honest I have no idea what wheels and tires I will be running yet so suggestions there would be great as well. unfortunately the track I plan on running this on is not even bought or built yet (just got overly excited at custom building a new car!).

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msedsp wrote:Any suggestions then, I have already ordered a McAllister #237 Bakersfield Late Model body 10” wide because this is what was suggested for a buggy conversion, I plan on running SC10 front hex conversion axles and spindles so the wide gt spindles are out of the question. I also plan on running hex adapters on the rear axle so I can potentinally run four of the same wheels. To be honest I have no idea what wheels and tires I will be running yet so suggestions there would be great as well. unfortunately the track I plan on running this on is not even bought or built yet (just got overly excited at custom building a new car!).

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