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Old 02-15-2011, 05:06 PM   #1
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i am looking for aluminum chassis links and driveshafts or anything to make my chassis firmer. yes i know i can make some of this stuff, but i want to know is there any companys making this stuff yet? there is a ton for the scorpion. yes i went to ckrc crawlers site but all they had was a green aluminum steering link. is it that the scx10 is to new? oh by the way, when did this scx10 come out?

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Old 02-15-2011, 05:19 PM   #2
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have you been to Axials website? Go to the vendor section on here and you will find alot of different things or even a simple google search will bring up alot of different things.
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try RPP hobby or TCS alot of the AX10 stuff works on the SCX10. the honcho has been out for quite awhile. stay away from any integy parts, not the greatest stuff
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Quoted from killswitch himself: Friends dont let friends buy integy parts, neighter does good hobby shops
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Old 02-15-2011, 05:23 PM   #5
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try RPP hobby or TCS alot of the AX10 stuff works on the SCX10. the honcho has been out for quite awhile. stay away from any integy parts, not the greatest stuff
will the four lower links that are on the scorpion fit the scx10? just got back from rpp hobby with no luck, hey while i got you guys here, the 3 link center that looks like a y, connects from the rear end to the center frame seems to be a little twisted, does anyone know if they make that in aluminum?

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Old 02-15-2011, 07:10 PM   #6
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99% of the ax10 hop up parts can be used on the SCX10. Yes the 3 link Y adapter can be bought in aluminum, But you will be better off with a 4 link.

Go to the SCX10 section here on RCC and check out some of the build threads you will be able to learn a lot about your truck and what you can do with it by seeing what the other guys have done.
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Old 02-15-2011, 07:12 PM   #7
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99% of the ax10 hop up parts can be used on the SCX10. Yes the 3 link Y adapter can be bought in aluminum, But you will be better off with a 4 link.

Go to the SCX10 section here on RCC and check out some of the build threads you will be able to learn a lot about your truck and what you can do with it by seeing what the other guys have done.
i google that 3 link with no result even on rpp hobby and ckrc, please let me know were you saw it. what site??
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the 3 link Y u can get from st racing. i hve them on my ax10
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the 3 link Y u can get from st racing. i hve them on my ax10
just came back from that site, search axial with no luck. anybody else out there want to shout out?
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Old 02-15-2011, 08:43 PM   #10
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Here is the link to axial web sit for aluminum link upgrade . http://www.axialracing.com/ftp/scx10...s_upgrade.html
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