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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. Snook Man's Avatar
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    Wheel shaft options

    What are some wheel shafts/cvdís options those of you running 6S using?
    8 tanks of fuel (yes Nitro power) and pop.

    No slipper/tall gearing/power = broken parts.

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    Maybe look into the TVR ball x CVD's. I've read lots of
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    Probably will order a set, but need something a little more easy to aquire in short time.
    No slipper/tall gearing/power = broken parts.

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    Where?
    I've only found one english review right here on these forums by ignis, further more some good experiences by a other user and thats about it. And both users dont have long term experiences with them. But they certainly look promising!

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    Best so far have been the summit cvd shafts, cheaper than any steel options and seem to last as long.

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    I run Summit shafts all round on 6s...they do occasionally break but hold up well.
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    Thanks for the Summit shaft suggestions but looking for a cvd type bone shaft with cross pin to use with a drive cup on the diff.
    No slipper/tall gearing/power = broken parts.

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    Not so many options that use a drive cup, MIP's has shafts for the erevo-summit, and I think you can run losi driveshafts but it needs some mods to make them fit.

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    I think the losi shafts may be up your alley, but their is no direct fit option. Mods will be required to make the fit and their are limitations on articulation and arm flex, shafts tend to fall out of the drive cups using the losi setup.

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