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Old 06-13-2008, 04:02 PM   #1
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Default More AX10 MIP Axles & Drivelines *In Stock*

Got another shipment of the MIP AX10 CVDs and Drivelines! Order them up while they last!

I just installed both of them in my truck. Installation and fit is dead-on accurate as always from MIP.

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http://www.rcpcrawlers.com/product.p...age=1&featured
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Old 06-13-2008, 11:55 PM   #2
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Does not look dead on to me!!
They bind the bearings, or is it just mine??

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Old 06-14-2008, 08:21 AM   #3
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Mine bind, so I backed the wheel nut of a quarter turn and it's fine.

I don't like that though.
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thats nice to hear, i just ordered a set.:-(
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So do these work or not? I bought a set the day they came out and they are still laying on my workebench. I am not going to tear my rig apart just to see these don't work.
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Yeah they work.

Back the nut off a tad, and use Loctite on it and it's fine.

There's more steering to be had using these. Pretty dang sharp!
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Yeah just be careful not to overtighten the wheel nuts.

Another trick is to grind off the inside lip on the axial hubs.
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So ....how do the drive lines work,do they fit right?
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I just installed both of them in my truck. Installation and fit is dead-on accurate as always from MIP.
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Yeah just be careful not to overtighten the wheel nuts.

Another trick is to grind off the inside lip on the axial hubs.


Got my set today, though MIP forgot to include the cross pins for the CVD joint. Brian PM sent
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Old 06-19-2008, 10:31 PM   #10
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EDIT:I Moved My Comments to AX-10 Section to save any negative effect on RCP's Sales. I do not intend to hurt RCP's Sales with my negative comments about a product RCP did not manufacture, Please accept my appoligies if I did cause any problems. I will continue this discussion there..

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