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Old 03-13-2010, 09:22 AM   #1
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Default t maxx slipper clutch

this may sound stupid new to the hobby i have a tmaxx 3.3 trx and my slipper pads have gone i was wondering can u run the truck with out the slipper clutch
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Old 03-13-2010, 05:37 PM   #2
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I am sure there is a way around it, but traxxas put that slipper clutch setup there for a reason.

You would have to either put something in place of the pads and tighten the slipper nut down really tight, or get rid of the slipper all together and find a way to mount the gear directly to the input shaft.

If you have some old brake pads laying around and a dremel, you could cut your own slipper pads out of that, though i beleive there is asbostos in that, so make sure your affairs are all in order before you go cutting that up lol.
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