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RC 4pcs Aluminum Alloy Hub Hex Coupler Wheel Hex For 144001 RC R

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Product description

Item Description:

* Material: Made from premium aluminum alloy, lightweight, unbreakable and durable, allows the car to be born to a racing king.

* A pack of 4 alloy hex couplers. Hex size: 12mm; Pin Length: 10mm.

* Suit for 144001 1/14 RC racing car.

Item Name: Wheel Hex for 144001 RC Car

Main Material: Aluminum Alloy

Color: Blue

Hex size: 12mm

Thickness: 5mm

Pin Length: 10mm

Package Size: 8*6*1.5cm

Package Weight: 19g

Poly Bag PackagePacking List:

4* Wheel Hex

4* Pin

Item Specification:

For Vehicle Type: Cars

Use: Vehicles amp; Remote Control

Four-wheel Drive Attributes: Assemblage

Upgrade Parts/Accessories: Other

Remote Control Peripherals/Devices: Other

Tool Supplies: Assembly Category

Material: Other

RC Parts amp; Accs: Other

RC 4pcs Aluminum Alloy Hub Hex Coupler Wheel Hex For 144001 RC R

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