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nino - Today, 1:21 pm Post #2911: | Reply With Quote
Are you running the shafts wider side out? Is that stock or a choice? I ask 'cause on my Torment the wider, outer part is on the transmission side.
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tracy14_2006 - Today, 2:01 pm Post #2912: | Reply With Quote
Those are slash 4X4 axles. Traxxas is backwards from ecx there. My rustler ones were like this as well, I think. I have so many axles/pieces now I'm starting to forget what's what!

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Though, I suppose you could pop off the stub and yolk ends, and swap the shaft in the middle around if you wanted too. I'd personally like them the other way, but probably doesn't matter much. These are thicker (so don't have as much give as) than the rustler shafts, so I don't feel like prying the ends off if I don't have to, and weakening the plastic
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