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    Cush drive from XO-1 Anyone?

    Can anyone confirm if the cush drive from the XO-1 will fit in a Stampede 4x4?

    I imagine the bigger spurs are totally out but maybe the 46 tooth will fit?

    Also the gearing might be right out? Might need smaller than a 9t pinion or something?

    I'm just asking as I've got a heap of Mod1 pinions and it would be a strong part in the Stampede.

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    There was a guy on another forum asking about this same thing. Don't quote me, but I believe the slipper shaft on the xo is larger than the slipper shaft on the pede. I've never looked at the xo, so I can't be sure.

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    it does look stronger than a slipper

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    One of these guys that have both drive lines should pipe up soon. Or, it may be better to post it in the xo1 forum?
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    . Or, it may be better to post it in the xo1 forum?
    Ya, I've been following this thread, I'd like to see a end result!
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    Finally signed in again after ages, searched about on the topic of using the XO-1 cush drive but couldn't find an answer. Only found this thread

    Will the cush drive fit the Stampede 4x4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boosta View Post
    Finally signed in again after ages, searched about on the topic of using the XO-1 cush drive but couldn't find an answer. Only found this thread

    Will the cush drive fit the Stampede 4x4?

    Cheers!
    No, it has 6mm bore while sl4sh, p4de or R4lly are 5mm and you can only use XO-1 spur gear which are too big that it won't fit.
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    2 yrs later and we got an answer. Too bad I was also wondering the same thing. So humayrayakongkinaon is it a 6mm shaft bored down to 5mm for the diff pinion gear to work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Er33 View Post
    2 yrs later and we got an answer. Too bad I was also wondering the same thing. So humayrayakongkinaon is it a 6mm shaft bored down to 5mm for the diff pinion gear to work
    Here's some pics to tell the difference between the two


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    Yea by the pic in the in the rear assembly that shaft seemed shorter and now you've confirmed that. Is that a 54t spur for the xo1 wonder how much smaller is the 46 or 50t. Only if that shaft was longer lol. What's your take on the Cush driver compared to slipper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Er33 View Post
    Yea by the pic in the in the rear assembly that shaft seemed shorter and now you've confirmed that. Is that a 54t spur for the xo1 wonder how much smaller is the 46 or 50t. Only if that shaft was longer lol. What's your take on the Cush driver compared to slipper
    That is a 50t mod1. Here's another shot (54t,50t,38t next to 54t mod.8)
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    Quote Originally Posted by humayrayakongkinaon View Post
    That is a 50t mod1. Here's another shot (54t,50t,38t next to 54t mod.8)
    Lol oh wow even a 46t xo1 would still be bigger then the 54t that's in pede. Thanks for those pics. Hobby store doesn't carry xo1 parts so I couldn't compare sizes

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    Quote Originally Posted by humayrayakongkinaon View Post
    No, it has 6mm bore while sl4sh, p4de or R4lly are 5mm and you can only use XO-1 spur gear which are too big that it won't fit.
    Awesome! Thanks for the response mate! That nails it.

    So are you using a 38T Mod1 spur in your pede / slash? Is it a revo (3.3?) spur / slipper combo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boosta View Post
    Awesome! Thanks for the response mate! That nails it.

    So are you using a 38T Mod1 spur in your pede / slash? Is it a revo (3.3?) spur / slipper combo?
    Yes I'm using mod1 spur from nitro revo.
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    Nice. Thanks for the tip. I'll look into that method too.

    Cheers!

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