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Old 04-04-2018, 01:58 PM   #1
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Default 8x8 scx10 axle questions

Building an 8x8, so I need some axles. Wondering what's the most cost effective way to do this. I have all the plastic housings already, and axle shafts, I still needs diffs and gears. Whats the best way to do this? Is there pinion gears I can buy from another manufacture?

Also since this is such a long truck, would I benefit from running spider gears?

Any suggestions would be awesome.
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Unfortunately can’t buy pinions separately to my knowledge. Unless you’re going crazy, I’d ask around for some stock sintered gears as that’ll likely hold up.

Spiders in the read axles would likely help with the turning radius unless you’re planning on multi axle steering.
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You could by e-savage pinions separately from what I recall.
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