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Old 03-24-2007, 07:53 PM
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aftermarket parts for t-maxx

hi i was wondering a good aftermarket brand to go with to fix up my t-maxx. ive got a pro .15, and recently installed a 2.5r motor, and other little stuff. also what brands have good beadlock rims? thanks for the help.
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Old 03-27-2007, 05:11 PM
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GPM for the Aluminum, Proline for the rubber, Axial for the engine, Hitec for the electronics and Spektrum for the radio.
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axial or maximizer makes good beadlock rims
for a-arms get rpm they're lighter and less expensive than aluminum and they have a lifetime replacement warranty
shocks either pro-line powerstrokes(very good from what i've read,or if you want to shed some weight run 4 ofna 9.5 shocks they'll be more than enough on a lightweight truck
also you may want to consider switching over to revo style tranny less stripped gears than the original
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does the revo tranny drop in, or do you need parts? also which revo, 2.5, 3.3?
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It's a straigth drop-in. The difference is that the v2 tranny in the Revo is much stronger both in casing and the gears themselves. Find one on ebay somewhere from the stores that part out trucks and you're into a mint condition tranny that can live with a BB engine. If you don't do it you better invest in a nice set of tools cuz you'll spend every gallon wrenching on your rig.
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