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Old 06-13-2007, 04:38 PM   #241
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RCP, thanks. Can I get an address to send it to? I emailed MIP about it too, they said they would like to see it as well, so maybe I can send it to you and you can send it to them? That way everyone gets a look. It didn't get twisted or anything like I would expect, it just seems to have shattered, like it was over hardened? If that's possible, maybe it was brittle. In any case, I really appreciate the help, and I'll ship it to you as soon as I get an address from you. Thanks!
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Old 06-16-2007, 07:39 PM   #242
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Ordered up two sets, but did not enter "2 sets RCP TLT CVD's $99.98 + $5.99 = $105.97" in the subject line. I ordered them online through your site, so no subject line offered. Any chance of getting an paper Abe Lincoln back on the box? Ordered tonight, email @pocketup.com going to Castle Rock, CO 80104. If not no big deal I guess.

Anyone had any trouble getting them to fit on RC4WD Super Narrow Beadlocks?

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Old 06-16-2007, 07:51 PM   #243
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Ordered up two sets, but did not enter "2 sets RCP TLT CVD's $99.98 + $5.99 = $105.97" in the subject line. I ordered them online through your site, so no subject line offered. Any chance of getting an paper Abe Lincoln back on the box? Ordered tonight, email @pocketup.com going to Castle Rock, CO 80104. If not no big deal I guess.

Anyone had any trouble getting them to fit on RC4WD Super Narrow Beadlocks?

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The only issue I have had is the hexes get stuck in the rims.
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Old 06-16-2007, 07:59 PM   #244
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The only issue I have had is the hexes get stuck in the rims.
Great, that happens with the stock, plastic ones I am using now. If that's all that happens then I"m set....
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Old 06-17-2007, 08:54 AM   #245
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Ordered up two sets, but did not enter "2 sets RCP TLT CVD's $99.98 + $5.99 = $105.97" in the subject line. I ordered them online through your site, so no subject line offered. Any chance of getting an paper Abe Lincoln back on the box? Ordered tonight, email @pocketup.com going to Castle Rock, CO 80104. If not no big deal I guess.

Anyone had any trouble getting them to fit on RC4WD Super Narrow Beadlocks?

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The pre-sale had a special shipping rate. USPS rates have increased since then also.
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Old 06-17-2007, 08:59 AM   #246
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The only issue I have had is the hexes get stuck in the rims.

Hex size was a big issue when making these. You would not believe how many wheels have different size hexes when they are all supposed to be the same. We did try to make these hexes as big as we could get away with to prevent rounding of oversized plastic wheel hexes. For wheels with under-size hexes, like some RC4WD beadlocks, the hex itself can pe made to fit perfectly with a piece of sand paper and a flat surface.
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i like the size of the hex even though the only way to get them out is to yank on them with a pair of pliers the only drawback that i have found so far is when trying to use the no-offset hex with my ericson beadlocks is that the hex is actually not long enough to sit in the hex groove. The hex on the beadlocks sit at normal depth of any hex but when i try to run them on the 0 offset hex, the hex sits too deep and allows it to move around. just my $0.02 but other than that, these things are awsome and freakin stout
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Old 06-17-2007, 10:48 AM   #248
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Hex size was a big issue when making these. You would not believe how many wheels have different size hexes when they are all supposed to be the same. We did try to make these hexes as big as we could get away with to prevent rounding of oversized plastic wheel hexes. For wheels with under-size hexes, like some RC4WD beadlocks, the hex itself can pe made to fit perfectly with a piece of sand paper and a flat surface.
Not complaining, I never plan on using other rims!
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Old 06-18-2007, 10:30 AM   #249
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Not complaining, I never plan on using other rims!
Well things can always be changed around on the next run. We are always trying to improve our products any way possible, so all feedback is welcome good or bad. I just want people to know the thought process that went into the design.
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Old 06-20-2007, 01:13 PM   #250
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Mr Postman brought me mine today....SWEET.

I'll post some install pictures on my site (below)
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'eya,

are you expecting some more cvds soon? what about the tlt ring and pinions?
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