I'm no Typhon expert, but not that I can think of. They're just as solid as the stock hubs from what I've experienced so I don't see any reason not to. Perhaps someone else has a different take. If so, I'm sure they'll chime inI'm debating on putting hub extensions on Typhon cause I want it a little wider but not talion wide, any negatives about this idea??
Awesome... I'm not sure I like the typhon stretched bit I already did it so is what it isI'm running +10mm on mine, no issues and I like the extra width. Increases the turning radius, but the stability makes it easier to whip the back end around so ends up handling better for what I do with mine. Not sure how it affects longevity, but a fair number of people on hear run them. I think it increases stress on the bearings which is something that can be avoided by using Kraton hexes/hubs/axles because the extra space between bearings. This video gives a pretty good breakdown of the space between bearings around the 2 minute mark.
I think those are totally the GPM ones but for half the price. I paid like 20$ for 2 on ebay. I guess I would feel bad but at least I got them in a few days instead of weeks.What the guys above said.
I got these to be able to steer big tires I got . Works pretty good, with a little bit of additional stress on the wheel bearings (also due to the larger and heavier tires). I think if you run the normal tires the additional stress is minimal.
These feel pretty solid and I liked the fact they came with two sets of threaded pins, both 2.5mm and 3mm pin thickness depending on the pin size on your wheel axle.I think those are totally the GPM ones but for half the price. I paid like 20$ for 2 on ebay. I guess I would feel bad but at least I got them in a few days instead of weeks.