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    This sounds like a stupid question, but at the same time doesn't. Will the 4x4 pede shafts work on a 2 wheel drive? I found a part number from a 4x4 pede that I need for my build, but want to make sure its compatible. The number is 6852x which is a complete drive shaft. Thanks in advance
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    Yes it will work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Wilke View Post
    Yes it will work
    As long as its the rear 4x4 shaft. Fronts will not fit on a 2wd.
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    The 6852x is the rear driveshaft(s)
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    yes its what some brushless guys use

    first thing you will notice is the u joint is about twice as big/thick looking
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    Yes they work very well. 6852X Rr driveshafts are the ones.

    BTW good to see someone semi close by.
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    Yeah Digger it's hard to find anyone around here to run with. We were doing races every saturday night at the LHS, but not enough had been showing up so they have suspended racing till march.
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