Type: Posts; User: bad rat 55
Did you notice a difference in how well the tires would conform to the rocks? I would think they would be stiffer on a narrow wheel.
I have a set of ax!al wide beadlocks and mudslingers on my summit, looking to narrow them up a bit so they wont stretch the tires out so bad. Got a couple ideas on how to do it but I'm curious if...
Are the long springs different than the factory double orange? And what kind of change would it give me? Figure common sense would answer this for me lol but might as well make sure
No they will not fit, different bead and they use 4 inch wheels, stock is 3.8 inch
Awesome I'll just get a hot racing one, and I don't know why they said I can't mount the servo on the left because of the other servos. Lol its not like I'm running a giant scale airplane servo lol...
I need one with the arm coming off the right hand side, as my savox wires are too short to mount on the left. I can't find any period lol may just be overlooking them, help!
Did you narrow those wheels? I have the same ones and was wandering if they would work with those tires, without narrowing of course
Are you gonna use a servo to raise / lift it or just leave it down
Can I just use automotive grease or electrical grease?
This may not solve the problem but may help, make sure the third capacitor (if attached to both hot and ground) isn't grounding out on the can, my 18v black and decker had the same problem as yours...
Anybody tried the rock crushers on the wide beadlocks?
I definitely would, I do that all the time in rough terrain and never broke one
That must've came out of a bad batch, I've had mine since they first came out and have put in in some terrible situations on lipo power, and haven't (knock on wood) broke anything.
Good price for a single servo just curious if it'll fit and work with the factory servo horn
I painted mine with a vinyl and fabric spray dye, holding up great, 3 years so far
I have read and read threads about this but am getting nowhere lol. I do lots of crawling in very rocky areas so I need good power, and I drive in water, rarely deep enough to submerge it but I want...
Make sure your throttle trim on the controller is set to "0"
Where did you get your a-arm guards?
I have already dremeled out the hole where the end bell comes through for a black and Decker 18v. Just curious if the bolt holes line up like the b&d does
Hanging flower pot chain works great and easy to work with too, cheap and make it almost unstoppable in the snow and ice
Well I stand corrected! Lol
Pretty sure they will, ive seen them on summits with extended hubs and they still look to close for comfort.
Just use a sharp pair of scissors and go really slow, I just did it by eye, its pretty much just taking half the bead off
I run a slash body and it works great looks proportional too, if I could post a pic I would
Any 3.8 traxxas bead tire will fit, trencher x, big joes etc