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Old 03-06-2005, 08:16 AM
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OK, so I have the new Hasegawa Puma and for some reason two of the eight tires have a different tread pattern than the other 6. The rims they mount on are different having 10 bolts and 2 lightening holes, supposedly the late type. The other six have the more common 5 holes in the rim. Hasegawa says to put the odd tread/two hole rims into the third position from the front on both sides.

Question is, anyone know why? Is this correct?

I cannot find a single pic of a 234/2 that backs this up. Most I can find is a reference to the two hole type being used for repairs on an article on WWII Modelmaker.

So would it be a safe assuption to place these anywhere on the vehicle as replacement tires/wheels?

All opinions welcome.

Thanks,
Christopher
6 are like this the first one


2 are like the second
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