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White Fang exploded view. No drill bit needed. Take a pick tool and run around the plastic post swedge. I'm screwing together with 1/8" 2-56 buttonheads.
The bulk of the castings appear to have a standard axle length. Which happens to be a common HW size as well. Next up wheels
From what I'm seeing, it looks like many of the Zuru cars have metal chassis and plastic bodies? That would fare very well for building custom racers. If nothing else, they're a good source for that and then slap on a metal body from an HW/MBX and roll
I bought 2 of the singles from Target over the weekend. I haven't truly 'track-tested' them yet, but like 'LoS' said...they do seem to roll well. But the above posted disassembly confirms what I had suspected, they use the interior insert to "secure" the axles(which actually aren't very secure at all) instead of having the axles connected directly to the chassis. I could be mistaken but that may not be condusive to high speed stability in the single lane.
Also of note...when shopping in Walmart the name seems to change to Adventure Force...and some different castings also, but not in singles.
The cars in the 9 pack are also sold as individuals under Maisto's Fresh Metal series. I have the Mini and have bought others at Dollar Tree.
WOW, this has caused a fervor of interest not seen around here in awhile. That's a good thing. Haven't seen these around here yet. Thanks for the updates
This is going to require a spreadsheet soon! ;P
Road wheels 3 different types