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Old 05-17-2019, 12:46 PM   #1
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.....got a package today from China ...two metal diff locks and Alloy axle lockers ...none of it fits . All the things are suppose to be for HSP 1/10 crawler.
I guessed that there are some differences between a Maverick10, everest10 and my truck but i was not prepared for this . My question now : What axles do I have and what lockers can fit ?? I am a bit startled right now. :/

Are these wraith axles?? What other crawler is out there looking like this?


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Old 05-18-2019, 04:09 AM   #2
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Nobody?? Really? Anybody has the measurements of these Axial Racing - AR60 OCP Aluminum Full Width Straight Axle Hub Carrier (2pcs) ?
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Old 05-18-2019, 04:37 AM   #3
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what rig is that off of there are a few anomalies out there that have odd axles im guessing like a hammerjaw or some other cheap 2.2 rig
a pic of the entire axle would help to
but my guess not knowing anything else i would say you got a off brand chineese crawler if your having problems with the axles i would say pick up some cheap axles from a better known brand and swap them in
those kinda look like xr width axles so they will be hard to match up on the cheap the wraith/ar60 axles would probably be wider and the scx10/redcat axles will be shorter
im just guessing though i dont know what you have in front of you
if you choose to stick with thoughs axles you more than likely need to experament with them on your own and see what fits
also it would be help full.to know what parts arent fitting right could it just be a bearing size issue or something

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Old 05-18-2019, 10:28 AM   #4
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Thanks for the reply, ferp. Well ...as it seems its a REmo Hobby 1071sj..so much about my investigation. I send Remo an email and lets see if they answer about the truck. The issue with the Difflock is that one of the bearings inner diameter is to small for the metal locker...thats not a biggie but I fear that everything ( all bearings, locker , pinion) not relly fit well. I probably go with swapping to complete AR60 axles if anyting breaks. Would be the easiest solution I think. Here a pic from the axle.
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Old 05-18-2019, 09:24 PM   #5
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is that the honcho clone those axles look like the standerd chineese clone axles but with longer lockouts
bearings are cheap if you want to go that route but these days the ar60s are getting cheaper and cheaper to build maybe start gathering parts then swap once there complete
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Old 05-19-2019, 05:26 AM   #6
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Exactly my thoughts....bearings are on the way and I found a axle lock with 40mm from STRC that combined with +7mm hexes will do the trick so far. ;) In the future there are maybe some Vanquish axles there for me ...have to speak with Father Christmas
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Old 06-01-2019, 03:16 PM   #7
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Back to the differential locker...even with the new bearings I ordered it wont fit ...now I have two brand new lockers for a sxc10 ...anybody interested??

I will drive the car until its busted and get new axles then.
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