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    Default Kracken TSK-b and suspension/wheels setup.

    Wanted to ask some advice.

    Originally my baja was a 5b. I've added a kraken TSK-b cage which I'm guessing has raised its center of gravity.

    I was wondering if I should now go from B wheels to T wheels as I purchased irc shocks which raised the ride height a bit so I got killer cables and pulled it back down so the arms are straight.

    I've also noticed hostile hubs have different degrees ie for buggy or truck.

    Should I be going all out truck setup when it come to the above due to cage fitting??
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    Quote Originally Posted by calibra306 View Post
    Wanted to ask some advice.

    Originally my baja was a 5b. I've added a kraken TSK-b cage which I'm guessing has raised its center of gravity.

    I was wondering if I should now go from B wheels to T wheels as I purchased irc shocks which raised the ride height a bit so I got killer cables and pulled it back down so the arms are straight.

    I've also noticed hostile hubs have different degrees ie for buggy or truck.

    Should I be going all out truck setup when it come to the above due to cage fitting??
    its personal preference mate,
    i run a cage but i prefer the 5b size tyres and in my opinion they make the car more stable,
    but some people like the full on truck look,
    its the same with the toe on the hostile hubs, i run 2 degree which seems to be the popular choice,
    my advice would be to do whatever you think is right for you
    here's what my two used to look like
    carbon twin on 5b, and the red kraken on truck size tyres








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    Been trying to find a good wheel comparison and that's wicked. Just what I needed to see.
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