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    XO-1 CVD vs Slash 4x4 CVD

    Is there any difference in length between these CVD's?
    If I already have the aluminum C-blocks, do I need the XO-1's.

    Thanks in advance.
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    length is the same, but xo1 diameter is different

    the xo1 should be more durable, but you would need special bearings, or xo1 carriers
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    Thanks. I was hoping for a bit longer for the Protrac A-Arms.

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    From Pro-Line's website:

    While the stock axles will work with the ProTrac™ Suspension Kit, some customers may want a heavy duty CVD option for their truck (for Racing or Extreme Bashing purposes). The following MIP option has been confirmed to work with the kit:
    MIP #11104 X-Duty CVD Kit (2 Required for Front and Rear)
    MIP #10133 X-Duty Front Axle (2 Required for Front Left and Front Right)

    Additional note: If you already own X-Duty CVDs for the Slash®/Stampede® 4x4, you can use MIP #11105 Male bones to convert your drives to the new length. Axles can then be skipped in this case.


    I already had the MIP X-Duty and just added their #11105 bones for the electric Pede/Rusty.
    Installed with no issues.
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    Thank you. I really like the CVD axles that I have, but at full sag, they will pull out.

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    XO-1 CVD vs Slash 4x4 CVD

    Quote Originally Posted by SinisterSlash View Post
    Thanks. I was hoping for a bit longer for the Protrac A-Arms.
    If your wanting traxxas cvds for protrac buy two sets of rustler shafts tra1951 and then buy two front stub axles tra6754 and this will give you the desires length for protrac arms.
    Only difference. Between slash 4x4 cvd and XO-1 shafts is XO has 6mm stub axles and slash cvd has 5mm stub axles.

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    Outstanding. Thank you again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SinisterSlash View Post
    Outstanding. Thank you again!
    No problem.


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    Oh, those are the nylon. I've broke many of those. I switched to the metal CV's and have been impressed with them.

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    XO-1 CVD vs Slash 4x4 CVD

    Quote Originally Posted by SinisterSlash View Post
    Oh, those are the nylon. I've broke many of those. I switched to the metal CV's and have been impressed with them.
    Whats nylon?


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    1951R is steel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squeegie View Post
    1951R is steel.
    Crap I forgot to put the R after it lol.


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    Thank you guys!!

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    Getting ready to purchase. Are you sure the rustlers and longer than the Slash 4x4's? Again, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SinisterSlash View Post
    Getting ready to purchase. Are you sure the rustlers and longer than the Slash 4x4's? Again, thanks.
    100% sure, mip axles are same way you have to buy the rustler bones for the correct length. You need 2 sets of tra1951R and 2 front stub axles TRA6754


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    Perfect! Thanks.

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    No problem.


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