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Old 04-09-2010, 04:19 AM   #1
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hi, just wondering if anyone has bought the ax10 shafts, and instead of shortening them to fit, kept them at ax10 length....
i was thinking on getting them and running longer links to stretch the wheel base.
has this been done before? pix, vid....
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AX10 Drive Shafts??? Just get the Traxxas Steel Yokes and Plastic half shaft, no mods needed to fit and hold-up great. Another option is the Jfunc one as well.

If you stretch the WB it will be out of specs if you plan on doing any comping.
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