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SmokeScream - 8.03.17, 8:27 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote
I'm looking at getting these FLM arms to put on my slash. I was told that since are more for stampede and rustler that they will fit but will push the rear tires out a bit. And I can handle that.

I know that I will need longer camber links or ends.
My questions is will I need different axles? I have hot racing axles in it.
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MasteroFlego - 8.03.17, 10:55 pm Post #2: | Reply With Quote
why do you want Alu A-arms? a better choice would be the Pro-Trac kit (Pro-Line).

also, aside from the chassis, the steering components, and the body, all 2wd traxxas vehicles are the same. (slash, stampede, rustler, the bandit uses narrower a-arms though)
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MirMirShay - 8.05.17, 6:43 pm Post #3: | Reply With Quote
Pretty sure they will work, are the axles the sliders or regular CVD style? I'm sure no issues with sliders, not sure if the DVDs will work you might have to get a longer drive cup
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