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Old 01-27-2012, 07:25 AM   #1
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Default Aluminum Clod Axle Parts

We use to only have JPS Aluminum Axle tubes, C's and Knuckles. I see Integy
is making some of this stuff. Is it any good? I there anybody else out there making this stuff?
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Old 02-19-2012, 08:04 PM   #2
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Default Re: Aluminum Clod Axle Parts

I've got Integy parts on my clod (axle tubes, knuckles, locked gear sets, gear boxes) including the gear set with their spool, I haven't had any issues with the aluminum parts other than I couldn't use my CPE rear steer lockouts and had to make up some linkage to hold the knuckles. The gearset on the other hand would not mesh properly without adjustable motor mounts. I just switched back (to plastic) the aluminum gear that meshes with the pinions and all was good. I still have to install the gearboxes but they seem to be a direct copy of the original casting, not 100% sure though you never know with integy until you get it all put together if everything works proper.
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