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Post  getback on Sun Jun 28, 2015 12:07 pm

Do any of You kids have or play with these I got one some time back its small but fun , and needs an axle or something in the rear where only one wheel is pulling   where is a good parts source ? Thanks . Eric Fishing
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Post  Marleysky on Sun Jun 28, 2015 12:47 pm

Dogbones. I think they call the axle shafts Dogbones ! Yea, I got the FWD fever a few years back and ended up with. Traxxas T-max. It was a ton and a half of fun, chasing the chickens or the dog around the yard. Doin wheelies , jumps and rollovers took its toll on broken parts. Tower hobby is where I got most of the repair parts. The T -max got put on the shelf when my Ford Ranger needed shocks and they were less expensive than a new set for t-max lol!
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Post  TDbandit on Sun Jun 28, 2015 1:05 pm

Yup they are called Dog Bones now some are also called CVD's (Constant Velocity Drives) Traxxas makes them as a upgrade for most of their cars. I race 1/8 scale Nitro 4WD buggy but haven't raced in a while since most of the tracks in Ga have all but disappeared. My buggy is a Hot Bodies 1/8 D8 HE (Hara Edition). If you are looking for parts try Amain Hobbies here's a link to their RC car page http://www.amain.com/rc-cars I deal with them and have had no problems in the past. Hope this helps. (Bandit)

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Post  getback on Sun Jun 28, 2015 2:43 pm

Thanks TDbandit I think they have what I need going to have to tear it down and measure and make sure that's all wrong , nice Beast !! mine is no though fun its my sons but..... Marleysky sounds like you had a gag of a time with that puppy lol! lol! (chicken chaser )
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