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David Brock - 9.25.16, 11:09 pm Post #1: | Reply With Quote
Whst are the wheel offsets on a slash? I know they are different front to back. I'm assuming 1 is "0" and the the is "+?". Can someone help me with the exact numbers? Thanks as always.
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fyrstormer - 9.25.16, 11:40 pm Post #2: | Reply With Quote
The RWD Slash I bought recently uses the same offset front and rear. I thought that was odd, but perhaps Traxxas has revised the design.

You can measure the offset by placing a metric ruler against the base of the hex in the middle of the wheel and measuring the depth the ruler sits inside the wheel.
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rustyus - 9.26.16, 7:15 am Post #3: | Reply With Quote
My Pro-Line beadlock wheels (#2746 Slash 4x4/Blitz beadlocks) have an offset of 23.74 mm from the back edge of wheel to the front of the hex mating surface.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...ub?output=html
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rustyus - 9.26.16, 7:16 am Post #4: | Reply With Quote
fyrstormer said
The RWD Slash I bought recently uses the same offset front and rear. I thought that was odd, but perhaps Traxxas has revised the design....
Did you buy it new?
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nino - 9.26.16, 7:17 am Post #5: | Reply With Quote
AKA has a great site where you can see all the wheel dimensions:
http://www.raceaka.com/110-SC-Wheels_c_11.html
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fyrstormer - 9.26.16, 10:34 am Post #6: | Reply With Quote
rustyus said
Did you buy it new?
Yes. It was the Ford Raptor version though. Not sure what exactly they changed, but the offset was the same front and rear. Then I ProTrac'ed it so it can use ProTrac-offset wheels, and they too are the same offset front and rear.
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David Brock - 9.26.16, 11:25 am Post #7: | Reply With Quote
K, thanks. guys
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Pops - 2.08.17, 5:51 pm Post #8: | Reply With Quote
Can we use any other wheels besides short course wheels ?
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tsair - 5.09.17, 11:41 pm Post #9: | Reply With Quote
fyrstormer said
Yes. It was the Ford Raptor version though. Not sure what exactly they changed, but the offset was the same front and rear. Then I ProTrac'ed it so it can use ProTrac-offset wheels, and they too are the same offset front and rear.
Online parts diagram shows 5886 for front and 5884 for rear for the Ford Raptor Slash, is it possible you were mistaken?

https://traxxas.com/products/models/...ptor?t=support
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fyrstormer - 5.10.17, 7:24 am Post #10: | Reply With Quote
They do appear to have different part numbers, but if you look up those part numbers on the Traxxas website, the photos show the same wheels, and when I still had the stock wheels I could see no difference between them.
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