RC10 B1 Aftermarket Narrow Front Arms?

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RC10 B1 Aftermarket Narrow Front Arms?

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Was there a such thing? Looking at RPM and Andy's, I am only seeing what look to be wide front arms. Any options?
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Re: RC10 B1 Aftermarket Narrow Front Arms?

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Andy’s Oval front arms were the same width as them.
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Re: RC10 B1 Aftermarket Narrow Front Arms?

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MarkyDents wrote: Fri Mar 17, 2023 12:54 pm Andy’s Oval front arms were the same width as them.
That would be them, thanks!

So from quick research:
3400 - Lightweight Front (look the same as 3401)
3401 - Wide Track Front
3402 - Lightweight Rear (look the same as 3403)
3403 - Lightweight Rear
3404 - Front Oval / Sprint
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Re: RC10 B1 Aftermarket Narrow Front Arms?

Post by klavy69 »

I think there are alloy sprint car options out there also. I've got a set of Barts somewhere around here but not sure of their exact measurements. Hot trick had them also along with a few other blingey type brands. The names aren't coming to me right off hand...Then again, I could be off in left field with the ball at 1st base :?

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