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    Proline Trenchers Bad for Servo?

    Would this setup:

    http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Wheel-Black-2

    Burn up my servos?

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    No more than the stock wheels and tires.
    Alt-248 on the number pad =

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    Short answer no
    These on the other hand made them cry their guts out...lol




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    Thats the tires Im running jamann, but my servos blew before putting them on. Im running single hi ted single hi torque servo now with no problems, but not a lot of hours on it yet.
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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. jamann's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jp86gt View Post
    Thats the tires Im running jamann, but my servos blew before putting them on. Im running single hi ted single hi torque servo now with no problems, but not a lot of hours on it yet.
    You should be fine they are just too heavy for the stockers to deal with in my case at least


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    Quote Originally Posted by jamann View Post
    Short answer no
    These on the other hand made them cry their guts out...lol




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    Jaman, how do you like those tires? Trying to decide between those and Rok Lok 40 Series Comp. Have a Hitec 7950 in the mail to me now to get away from the double servo steering.
    Endeavoring to persevere !

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    For my use they are too tall and don't grab well on the wet rock.for serious climbing they put the COG too high
    One of the guys I run with had the roc locs they are even taller lots of rolling when climbing. I run trenchers now he's running moabs


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