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Old 23-06-2011
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any ideas where i could get 2 of these for my 4wd car?
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B44 front ones might fit depeding on the diameter of the axle on your car...
Same goes for the cat, although I cannot confirm the fitment exactly.
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Yokomo mr4 bx ones might fit, or durango
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D4 losi wheel hexs for the front may work. If they do not fit right on the stub axles you could always turn down the diameter a bit.
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any ideas where i could get 2 of these for my 4wd car?
Ive got loads if you need any.
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