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Old 10-28-2008, 11:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What drive lines are

YOU GUYS RUNNING on your ax10 based rigs.i have ran two differnt types of drivelines and they keep breaking. any help would be great. thanks
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'Traxxas' Long Truck 1/2 Shaft Pro Pak (6/Pkg) #1953 $9.29

I use these with a Holmes Hobbies Cobalt 7T motor/Axial Trans/DNA dig. Haven't had one problem with them.
The MIP's are nice, but if you're running a VF/DNA dig, you can't use them since they're too long(they'd need to be cut/welded).
For the price, I'd go with the Traxxas rather than the MIP's....
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MIP has released the dig setup version as well now..

but traxxas maxx shafts work fine..
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PUNISHER shafts, the only way to go, especially for using a front dig trans like the R2. The MIP CVD's need modification to mount to the trans.

http://www.bigsquidrc.com/rc4wd-puni...n-mini-review/
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MIP has released the dig setup version as well now..

but traxxas maxx shafts work fine..
Cool, wasn't aware of that
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MIP has released the dig setup version as well now..

but traxxas maxx shafts work fine..
Sorry I had a few 's last night and I didn't even read this post. My mistake.
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THANKS GUYS. i just ordered the mip front dig drivlines, the punisher drivelines are out of stock where i ordered them. so i try these out and let you guys know how they work. thanks for all the help
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i run the traxxas shafts as well. i have toasted the stock shafts on the first day on both of my ax10s but havent had any trouble with the traxxas shafts yet. (the metal yokes on my old ax10 are wore to hell and the shafts are scratched and tore up but still holding strong. ill see how they hold up in my other ax10 with the mamba max in it.
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