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Old 01-01-2008, 02:29 PM   #1
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Default What size drill bit to make rocksolids fit tlt cvd's?

I have tlt cvd's, and i need to know what size drill bit i need to make my rims fit.
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Old 01-01-2008, 05:35 PM   #2
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I have CVDs and my RockSolids Top Guns fit without drilling.
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What do you need to drill, if the wheel is a 12mm hex they should fit right on.

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The hole that the axle shafts go through
The cvd's are to big to fit. Just need to know what size bit.
I must apologize, they are the copies made by drastic sports. You see, when i purcased them, I was unaware what was going on with all of that. I thought it was the same company. Had I known then that they were a copy of another man's design, I would have given Unimoger my money. Sorry in advance, and thank you for your help.
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If a hole is too small, use a bit the same size as what your trying to fit in it. Isn't that fairly obvious?
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you sir are correct. I just didnt want to go to big and wondered if someone else had done it and what size they used
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The outer axles on the TLT CVD's are .235 diameter, so a 1/4" drill should work fine.
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Who needs a ruler with Bender around?
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The outer axles on the TLT CVD's are .235 diameter, so a 1/4" drill should work fine.
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