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The Q&A is closed for the 2021-2022 season. Any rule changes or clarifications pertaining to the 2022 VEX Robotics World Championship will be included in the April 5 Game Manual Update. Teams attending VEX Worlds who wish to pre-submit questions for the driver's meeting should have received a contact form via email; if not, please contact your REC Foundation Team Engagement Manager for more information.

Official Q&A: VRC 2021-2022: Tipping Point

Usage Guidelines All Questions

Legality of Old Thin 2.75 Omni Wheels


2647X
3 months ago

With the removal of the clause that legalized discontinued VEX products in the tipping point game manual, are discontinued VEX parts such as the old 2.75 inch omni wheels still legal for use on robots?

Thank you for your time!

Answered by committee

Please see these related Q&A posts for more information about legacy part legality:

www.robotevents.com/VRC/2021-2022/QA/823

www.robotevents.com/VRC/2021-2022/QA/841

In general, the official VEX website can be used as the definitive resource regarding current part availability / legality. Discontinued products that are no longer found on the VEX website are no longer considered "part of the VEX V5 system" (in the context of R6) and are therefore not legal for use.

The 276-2165 omni wheels are considered a legacy / discontinued product, and are therefore not legal for use.