yeah go here Gpmracing.com
Thunder Tech sells some too.
Nitro Bad. Electric Good!
$40 bucks. Thats allot, i would rather pump the money into an esc. Is there any other alternatives? This sucks!
I have a pede, and so does my roommate. We use them to jump and whatnot, but in the past 3 days we both busted our left caster blocks. We looked at the new ones after 30 or so minutes of drive time and noticed stress fractures already. Are there any aluminum blocks available? These plastic ones are way too weak. This truck is made tobe rugged and that part is nowhere near rugged.
I orgered a set of the akuminum ones from www.gpmracing.com. cost $25! What a rip. I also ordered a new set of the king pins with the e-clips. That better fix the problem, otherwise i'm going to be ****ed. Traxxas needs to fix this problem
i have yet to break mine and I beet it prety hard
Wel i broke another right one and my roommate broke his left one. This is getting kinda old. I cant wait until my new one gets here.
I drive it once or twice a day for about 1/2 hour at a time. We have a small ramp and jump, thats about it. We drive hard, but not that hard. The aluminum ones should be standard.
You want to know what really sucks is the trans case has to be replaced everytime you break the rear caster block! That stinks. traxxas should have really stolen a page out of associated's book on that one. I have broken two already and the trans cases are getting harder to find. Traxxas isn't shipping as fast as they use too to my lhs (hobby people) and they are all out. Now i have a stampede that doesn't work. But hey, i still have my e-maxx!
try the masher 2000 tires they're a little
softer on the landing! I've been jumping mine
in 20 degree weather and haven't broke one.
Also try a little softer suspension setting
to get rid of the initial shock of landing
on the caster blocks. By the way traxxas has
improved the caster blocks since the original
ones were made.