A week ago I posted a pic of my new PRC Rug Burn and a few eagle eyed readers spotted my Riemon Speed Works Woven Carbon Hollow Tubular Axle and wanted more info. Here is the pricing on the axles and a few other cool parts. Note that the pics are old and all the axles and right hubs are set up for standard "Big D"style diff rings.
Its all a little expensive but this is premium stuff. Riemon Speed Works takes not short cuts and only uses the finest materials. If the products currently available here in the US are like Honda parts these are like Bentley parts
Riemon Speed Works Price
RY001A1 Riemon Woven Carbon Hollow Rear Axle (Big D-Ring) 36.99
RY001CA1 Riemon Clamping Left Hub 24.99
RY005A11 Riemon Right Hub (Big D-Ring) 19.99
RY01401B Riemon Locking Upper Hinge Pin AE Dynamic Front 15.99
RY018A1 Riemon 6/4 Ti Front Axle 11.99
RY02516S Riemon 16pc Alloy Spacer Kit 9.99
RY051ARS Riemon Rear Axle Set (Axle, R.Hub, thrust cone, spring) 69.99
RY058FP Riemon Precision Damper plates and Post 19.99
The Woven Axle is 4x stiffer than a conventional graphite axle and is a lot lighter. I will weigh one tomorrow.
The locking upper hinge pin is really cool. It works with the old or new reactive caster blocks.
The Ti axle has a flange at the base of the axle and is secured with a 4-40 nut behind the spindle so it wont push in or pull out.
The 16pc spacer kit is for making ride height adjustments to the front suspension in .25mm increments. I bet most of these will go to sedan guys as wheels spacers.
The complete rear axle (sort of) gets you most of what you need. You get an axle, right hub, thrust washer and cone spring. You will need a left hub, spur gear, diff balls, diff rings and bearings for complete the axle.
The Damper Plate and Post are the ultimate setup for the damper plate faithful. The plates are dead flat on the bottom and come with an alloy damper post.