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  1. #41
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    They look very nice.Cant wait to see them mounted up

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    so from what i here when they hit production they will be anodized
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    They look very nice.Cant wait to see them mounted up
    Wish granted.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfslash16 View Post
    Wish granted.
    Nice!

    Keep us posted on how they hold up. Can the rubber bits be replaced when they get torn up?

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    Yes, They can be replaced easily.
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    Well here they are folks,

    As promised, CLICK HERE FOR ALL THE PICS!!!


    my summit build for more.













    Last edited by Northern Adventurer; 10-02-2013 at 08:30 PM.
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    Wow, those look great!
    Sl2sh Slayer Summit Sl4sh Teton/Rally T-Maxx Pnde

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    heres a little more...














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    What are the 2 screws for on the side? Hopefully they sell an ERBE kit with 4 long shafts.

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    The screws are a holding mechanism to hold the shaft splines together. Yes, there will be 4-pk set of the long shaft for E-revos. But questions like that should be done on their site
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Adventurer View Post
    The screws are a holding mechanism to hold the shaft splines together.
    hummmm thanks for all the pic... was wondering how the shafts would work...
    Would you go flip my truck back over??

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    no prob, I was curious too. Very simple, but works great.

    We will see how much abuse they can handle!
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    they might need to be taken apart a cleaned a little more often......??
    Would you go flip my truck back over??

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    I wish I could answer more of your questions here guys.

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    Im definitely in for 2 e revo sets when they come out!

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    Once I receive a set for my e-revo, I`ll let you know how they hold up under a MM 2200kv.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Adventurer View Post
    Once I receive a set for my e-revo, I`ll let you know how they hold up under a MM 2200kv.
    Great. Exact set up I am using! How have the axles been so far on other applications?

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    Theres not really much to say. They have not bent or broke yet. Running strong through rock crawling/trailing/bashing.
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    They look good, but imo aluminium is the wrong material for axles since it does not bend like steel or even plastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ignis View Post
    They look good, but imo aluminium is the wrong material for axles since it does not bend like steel or even plastic.
    We already have plastic ones that pretzel or the pin rips out of the plastic.

    If they were steel they would weigh too much being this beefy.

    The thin steel ones still break too easily, especially the MIP`s.

    But these beefy ones will not bend or break.

    Thats my choice!
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    Its 7075-T6 right, that and the diameter of these aluminium tubes will be quite strong. Although I agree with Ignis aluminium not being the preferred material for driveline components, they may work well in this design.

    I am more afraid of the rubber boots, they get ripped up pretty fast on the stock axles, the same will happen on these axles making the slider mechanism very gritty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WesleyK View Post
    Its 7075-T6 right, that and the diameter of these aluminium tubes will be quite strong. Although I agree with Ignis aluminium not being the preferred material for driveline components, they may work well in this design.

    I am more afraid of the rubber boots, they get ripped up pretty fast on the stock axles, the same will happen on these axles making the slider mechanism very gritty.
    I believe so, the boots are easily replaceable, maintenance is easy.

    Same possibility of torn boot and grit as stock. Just wont be breaking any axles anymore
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    Any more updates to this topic?

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    Im testing these axles in my summit at the moment, they are not in production yet.

    Good quality and holding up well, and Ive bashed the crap out of them. Im running a Tekin 1550kv with a 11 tooth pinion lol

    I did manage to break a stock CV output, LEM may look into making these in a hardened material.






    Let me know if you have any questions, their forum is now up too for support and chat.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Adventurer View Post
    Im testing these axles in my summit at the moment, they are not in production yet.

    Good quality and holding up well, and Ive bashed the crap out of them. Im running a Tekin 1550kv with a 11 tooth pinion lol

    I did manage to break a stock CV output, LEM may look into making these in a hardened material.






    Let me know if you have any questions, their forum is now up too for support and chat.




    Here`s a few recent snaps from "Project Zeus"
















    They definitely look good. I'm in for 3 sets when they come out!

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    great product.

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    I'm liking these. They would also look nice anodized if they stay aluminum. It would also make them stronger?!
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