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    yea it slides alot easier with the pvc. but once your going quick enough the pvc and stock wheels peforme the same

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    HUFFY DOWN!!!!

    so i put it together and went for a spin... the plastic wheels have more grip than i thought, on my third drift i split one in half so im out after what 5 mins LOL.

    and my mate threaded a bolt connection between the handle bar and steering frame... so im up for mods pretty soon in the game lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raysian View Post
    HUFFY DOWN!!!!

    so i put it together and went for a spin... the plastic wheels have more grip than i thought, on my third drift i split one in half so im out after what 5 mins LOL.

    and my mate threaded a bolt connection between the handle bar and steering frame... so im up for mods pretty soon in the game lol
    haha the stock wheels are crappp... but atleast you got some fun in.

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    yea the stockis are to tall so they split. if you getting more plastick wheels buy them off the huffy green macheans. they gm wheels are wider and thicker and they bolt streaght on. and yea. the stock handle bars and stem are shit. change them asap

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    SO yeah I'll just leave this here.


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    hawt.

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    hangon what?!?! why dose your car looks like its got a wide body kit on it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by conor07 View Post
    hangon what?!?! why dose your car looks like its got a wide body kit on it???
    Because it does

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    Looks like just side skirts, CD5/R front lip and a rear lip from something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by egotzm View Post
    Looks like just side skirts, CD5/R front lip and a rear lip from something else.
    Guards have also been pulled out to fit the rims. Going further with it in the future with some spare panals and flares I have, but thats a discussion for my progress thread

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    ^ LOL good idea, but you'd need a trailer to take that beast somewhere decent.
    The stuff some ppl do when they get bored hahaha

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    I just bought myself a huffy slider, but how do I mod it to fit green machine wheels? The axel isn't long enough to fit them. Also how do I fit go kart wheels? Can anyone give me some pointers. Already broke a plastic wheel drifting down a hill and it sucks so much.....
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    it is long enoughf to fit gm wheels. it might not look it. but it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by conor07 View Post
    it is long enoughf to fit gm wheels. it might not look it. but it is
    Really? Well I just bought some and tried fitting them on, but it didn't work. One side was fine, but the otherside the axel wouldn't go all the way through so I couldn't get the bolt on. So what happened was I had to fit on one of the normal wheels and one green machine wheel. Looks stupid, but at least I can ride it.
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