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    updating the slash

    Hey,
    I wanna updat my slash and put steel rear drive shafts on it but with should I take. I' ve got two posibilities.

    http://www.toemen.nl/xd2-steel-rear-...0-p-13959.html
    http://www.toemen.nl/gpm-aandrijfass...ew-p-9758.html

    Which ones are the strongests and the easiests to assemble.
    I also want something to protect the inner of my car against dirt bbut I am hesitating between an outerwear or a Jconcept overtray. What's the best you think.

    http://www.toemen.nl/jconcepts-illuz...4-p-11916.html
    http://www.toemen.nl/outerwears-rc-s...x4-p-5366.html

    I thought the outerwear is the best because it has a bigger breathibility.
    And finally some new tires: Prolin badlands or trenchers. I need a good allround, all-terrain tire for sometimes a little ride an the street but mostky in dirt like loose sand on a beach, hard wet sand on the beach, hard sand like in the woods or looser sand in the woods and sometimes in grass.

    Thanks in advance

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    I can't comment on the Integy ones but I haven't heard much good about them. The GPM ones though I have, and this has happened to one of them.




    Going by popular opinion I would go either MIP or Tekno. Mips will be my replacement.

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    If I were you I would forget about both of those. Go with the Mip X-Duty axles! I have had a set for well over two years and swear by them! I have just bought a set of Badlands. They are an amazing off road tire. Running them on pavement would probably wear them out fast. In my opinion the Proline Switch is the best tire to run on all terrain. I have had Trenchers and they wore out too fast for my taste but others seem to love them. I have never ran a chassis cover, seems to create too much heat. I just clean the debris out of my truck. Welcome to the forum and the addiction! If you have questions, feel free to ask! We are here to help!
    Last edited by El Sob; 05-25-2013 at 06:45 AM.
    Slash Ultimate, ET-3S, 2400, MIP, King Headz, RPM

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    Thanks a lot already!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TraxxasSlashUltimate View Post
    Thanks a lot already!!!
    You will see you are amongst an extraordinary group of people who have a love for the same thing, the Traxxas Slash 4x4! We are a community of people who are looking to make it as enjoyable for each other by sharing knowledge with one another to help each other get the most out of this hobby.
    Slash Ultimate, ET-3S, 2400, MIP, King Headz, RPM

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    Any advice about the outerwear or the overtray?

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