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"carpet killer"
rag6 - 4.09.11, 9:08 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote
Are the summit take off drive shafts on ebay a direct bolt on option
What I meant to say was "Are the summit take off drive shafts on ebay a direct bolt on option for the revo?"
(Last edited by rag6 : 4.10.11 at 2:37 pm)
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jaymann - 4.09.11, 11:56 am Post #2: | Reply With Quote
direct fit they are taken off a summit.
Mountains can't stop me What's left?
brushless sensored Summit
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rag6 - 4.10.11, 2:38 pm Post #3: | Reply With Quote
OOPS! I edited the question.
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Drewderzslash - 4.10.11, 2:44 pm Post #4: | Reply With Quote
yes they should be fine, I know the driveshafts will work on the e revo but for the nitro I am not a hundred percent sure
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