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Old 11-15-2005, 01:14 PM   #1
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What is the offset and backspacing for the standard Maximizer Beadlocks? I got a set coming from NitroRC Ed and wanted to see which adaptors to buy for my clod.

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Old 11-15-2005, 01:49 PM   #2
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Just like a normal Maxx wheel. So you'll want Heydco, or Thunder tech, or something that adds a little width.

I just put mine on the TXT and with Thunder Tech adapters and Mashers the overall width is 13.5 inches. Clod will be the same.
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I have a clod, w/RCGUY wheel adapters and used Maximizer X75 beadlocks. Makes the width about 13+/- inches
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What is the offset and backspacing for the standard Maximizer Beadlocks? I got a set coming from NitroRC Ed and wanted to see which adaptors to buy for my clod.

TIA, Randy
The standrad backspace is 42mm (1 21/32)
X75 is 23mm (29/32)
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do you think that x75s with heydco adapters and lsts will be to wide?
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Not too wide with the tall LSTs, but the steering servo will be working pretty hard to turn the tires.
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thanks for the replies.
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Old 11-20-2005, 01:25 PM   #8
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yea I have some wideners on my clod with 5 hole maximizers. I dont know which wideners but they look like black derlin ones. If I mounted the wheels normally I found that it scrubbed the links, so I had to flip the center part of the wheel but it makes it too wide. I still need to find some different adapters or something.
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