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Hi,does anyone know if kyosho make a plastic 0.5 degree hub for the RB5 sp,i know they do the ali one,i just want to try them for damp and low grip tracks,
could you give me a part number if they do,
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from a quick search, the only thing i can find is this:

http://www.infernosonly.com/Kyosho_R...yola244-05.htm

but they are slightly different because they have the 3 sets of holes at the bottom, so im not sure they have a position matching the standard RB5 part etc.
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The top hole is the same as the UM519 hubs and the camber link hole positions are very similar.

The 3 holes do weaken the part significantly though.
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thanks chaps,worth ago and i can cut the bottom hole out,and fill the second hole with apoxy to keep some strength,i jusy want to see if it makes a difference in the wet,iv got some ali std ones but they have so much play in them i use the plastic ones
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