MST GT Wheel Set (Matte Silver/Black Chrome) (4) (Offset Changeable)

MST GT Wheel Set (Matte Silver/Black Chrome) (4) (Offset Changeable)
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The MST GT Offset Changeable Wheel Set features an aggressive 5 spoke pattern and modeled in 5 lug bolt details. The design allows you to setup the wheel with a +3, +5, +7 or +9 offset to fit a variety of bodies, and setup the stance to create the look you want on your ride. Simply clock the wheel face inside the rim and glue in place. Package includes four wheels, four serrated wheel nuts and four adhesive foam strips. 

For replacement 6mm nuts, see part MXS-820001R

This product was added to our catalog on September 20, 2019

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Saturday, Mar 14 2020 (7 months ago)
MST GT Wheel Set (Matte Silver/Black Chrome) (4) (Offset Changeable)
I've got maybe an hour of run time on them and they are holding up well so far. I recommend using thick CA glue when gluing the barrel to the spokes. I tried thin glue at first and had them drying with the hex hub facing up but the glue ran between the barrel and the spokes and made a mess on the front of the wheel. The included foam has worked well at keeping the tires from sliding off; better than O-rings I tried. One thing to watch out for is to make sure the wheel spokes have a "0" molded into them indicating that the spoke piece is adding 0mm of offset to the millimeters indicated on the barrel. I ordered 2 sets in the same order and ended up with one set with "+2"mm spokes making the offsets +5,+7,+9,+11 instead of +3,+5,+7,+9 as indicated in the description and on the package. I've been using them on a MST RMX 2.0 S chassis with Tamiya bodies (Nissan Silvia and Mazda RX-7) which I feel is probably a common combo. With the wheels set to a +3mm offset and 0 degrees camber on the rear wheels they still stick out past the body by about 5 or 6mm.