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Old 08-17-2013, 07:05 AM
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Does anyone recognize these axles and brackets, still available?

The front servo plate is obviously a home made.

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Old 08-17-2013, 02:56 PM
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they look like tlt by the width with integy cases.
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Old 08-17-2013, 08:42 PM
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Golden Horizons axles cases for the AX10:

http://www.ghhobby.com/proddetail.ph...bb95987c7ba5da
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Originally Posted by OSRC View Post
Golden Horizons axles cases for the AX10:

http://www.ghhobby.com/proddetail.ph...bb95987c7ba5da
+1. the width was throwing me off.
good call.
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Old 08-27-2013, 04:10 PM
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Thanks guys, GH they are.

Now for the mounting brackets.

Who makes the rear link plate with the #1 on it, and the front servo mount/battery plate mounting brackets

See new pictures above

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No idea on the rear mount, but that front servo mount is "home fabbed" for sure.
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Old 08-28-2013, 03:05 PM
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The brackets under the servo mount are not "home fabbed".

Those are the ones on the front i'm looking for.

GH & Link Helped for the axles

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the ones directly under the plate are just aluminum servo mounts for the ax10 scx10. as far as the l bracket from axle to servo mount tough one
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Originally Posted by stunter38 View Post
the ones directly under the plate are just aluminum servo mounts for the ax10 scx10. as far as the l bracket from axle to servo mount tough one
I'd like to know where I can purchase those specific mounts
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take the wheel off and take another pic, you are talking about the"l" bracket correct
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Originally Posted by stunter38 View Post
take the wheel off and take another pic, you are talking about the"l" bracket correct
The two brackets bolted to each other on each side of the front axle, and the rear link plate/mount.

They are all cool looking and unique components. The servo mounts with the center cutout show that little extra step of detail.

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Originally Posted by Massastan View Post
The brackets under the servo mount are not "home fabbed". Those are the ones on the front i'm looking for.
Well then. Thought you were asking about both the servo mount AND the brackets. Apologize for my misunderstanding.

Good luck.
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Originally Posted by stunter38 View Post
take the wheel off and take another pic, you are talking about the"l" bracket correct
The front L brackets look like they could be half of a link or shock mount, but there are no machine marks. GH doesn't offer any brackets to mount links to their axles on the output side.
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Not anymore they don't. Used to though. Look harder.

http://extreme-hobbies.com/hot-racin...-scorpion.html
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