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I think I'm being a bit special as I cannot seem to work out how to fit my Harden Creek neos into my SG+ and then have a rear axle in the car.

Could someone who has fitted one of these take a photo so I could see how it is done!

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Are they these ones?



They don't have a notch, so you'll need some narrow rear wheels to run them. The standard narrow BSRT hubs are a good choice, especially with the BSRT958 standard narrow rear tyres, which are pretty hard. Or cut some 'B' compound Supertires.

If you want to run full-width wheels and tyres, the Lucky Bob G3 neos have the necessary notch. Find them in his G3 magnet section.

 

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Ah drat. Yeah they are those ones. Thanks Andy. I guess I'll have to get some of those BSRT hubs!

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Thanks Jon. I went with .275s and they're in the mail already. I probably will end up getting some .300s as well in the future and a stack of replacement arms!
 

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For the time being yes. I may put the lot in a stiff BSRT chassis. Can't put a hot arm in it as it wouldn't be legal then....this year anyway!

It's a good learning ground for future Pro Mod endeavours!
 

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That chassis and a good arm are on my shopping list for the future.

And Deane, I want to win a Mod round first...and maybe a championship!
 
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