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Old 01-10-2011, 06:59 PM   #1
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Quick question guys, I've had an AX10 for a few years, it has sat on the shelf almost its entire life. Anyway I blew a axle today and cant find the parts to put it back together. So I am going to either buy new stockers, replace the parts lost or buy aftermarket.. What should I go with?
Also I just recently put together a SCX10, are those AXLES the same size as the AX10's?? I am assuming they are..

I have been doing a lot of reading and from all the posts I can see that the MIP are the best way to go, so should I just buy 2 sets of these 1 for each Crawler and be done with it or??


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Old 01-10-2011, 07:05 PM   #2
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MIP is the axles us not the best way, super 300's are, at MIP price the Azusl cvd's hold up much better than the MIPS.

Mip is the way to go for center shafts.

Scx10 axles are identical to ax10.
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Old 01-10-2011, 07:45 PM   #3
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MIP is the axles us not the best way, super 300's are, at MIP price the Azusl cvd's hold up much better than the MIPS.

Mip is the way to go for center shafts.

Scx10 axles are identical to ax10.

Ok so if I got you get the MIP Centers right?
We are talking Shafts right now complete front/rear axles..
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