Wheel base RC10CE vs Worlds Car

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Re: Wheel base RC10CE vs Worlds Car

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Thanks for the info! A couple of questions:
- how would the b3 hub help? Is it set out further than the world’s hub? Hence allowing more room for 9754 cva?
- I think I know what droop is I assume it’s how low you set your shocks
- limiters on shocks? What does this mean.
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Re: Wheel base RC10CE vs Worlds Car

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My......ocd.....compels me..

It's track width.
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Re: Wheel base RC10CE vs Worlds Car

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>TRX-1-3
Thank you for your correction. I agree that "rear tread" is wrong.

>BACK_AT_IT
I tried the "CVA axle > B3 hub > B4 blue wheel spacer > drive shaft pin > Custom works 1/8 spacer > worlds tire" combo.
B3_hub_1.jpg
Here the CVA bone is #9760. B3 hub has inward offset so that #9760 can work as CVA bone with enough droop.
However, it does not work because the custom works 1/8 inch spacer does not fit to the worlds tire.
It hits the side edges of the tire shown by red arrows.
B3_hub_2.jpg
I am sorry.

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Re: Wheel base RC10CE vs Worlds Car

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so would the simple removing of the outerside edge of the circle of the worlds wheel with a dremel work or am I reading too much into this?

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Re: Wheel base RC10CE vs Worlds Car

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Yeah slight tweak on the wheel slots and you are golden. Don't be sorry, this looks like it will.work nicely if you have enough thread engagement on the nut.

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Re: Wheel base RC10CE vs Worlds Car

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The B3 hub (and I even found a set at my local hobby shop) looks like it will work with the original Worlds Car CVAs. I can see that I won't need to have extreme camber or limit my droop a lot with these hubs.
Thanks for your help everyone!

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Re: Wheel base RC10CE vs Worlds Car

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klavy69 wrote: Sat Mar 31, 2018 5:47 pm so would the simple removing of the outerside edge of the circle of the worlds wheel with a dremel work or am I reading too much into this?

Todd
Or if the setup will be used with a lot of wheels, file/dremel off the ends of the ridge on the spacer so it fits into the wheel

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Re: Wheel base RC10CE vs Worlds Car

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mk-Zero wrote: Sat Sep 02, 2017 11:27 pm If you have that blue anodized cone-shaped washer that comes with the Worlds CVA conversion kit put that inboard and maybe like 2 of the 3 thin washers, then put the 3rd outboard. Annoying that you have to do this, but works like a charm.

I need to make those extended length outdrives to solve this issue.
How much longer would you extend the outdrives? 1/4" or 1/8" ?

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Re: Wheel base RC10CE vs Worlds Car

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guitronics wrote: Mon Aug 26, 2019 2:49 am
mk-Zero wrote: Sat Sep 02, 2017 11:27 pm If you have that blue anodized cone-shaped washer that comes with the Worlds CVA conversion kit put that inboard and maybe like 2 of the 3 thin washers, then put the 3rd outboard. Annoying that you have to do this, but works like a charm.

I need to make those extended length outdrives to solve this issue.
How much longer would you extend the outdrives? 1/4" or 1/8" ?
Probably about 1/8", that would solve the issue.

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