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Old 02-08-2016, 09:41 AM   #41
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Havent touched this truck or had time too in a while but I have gotten some people through here and FB that saw my axle plates and wanted some.

I made a couple and put them in the store for easier ordering for them but was curious if there was any interest in more. I don't wanna waste the material on dusty stock if there wasn't so figured I'd ask here.

The front axle plate measures 5'' across and fits on with the XR conversion - either that TAG setup or a homebrew AR60 like I copied from Youngblood.

The rear plate bolts right on.

Im out of the 4 sets I cut but if theres enough attention for them I'd be willing to do a batch.

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Old 02-08-2016, 09:59 AM   #42
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I'm interested. Depends on what I end up doing with my steering/what will fit.
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Old 02-11-2016, 05:30 AM   #43
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Had some extra space on the machine last night while running some other parts - cut and put 4 more in the store if anyone wants them.
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Old 02-11-2016, 03:02 PM   #44
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Front plate ordered. I'd be in line for axles and housing adapter set (IE TAG replacement) to mount Vanquish Wraith C-hubs to the trimmed stock Losi housing.
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Front plate ordered. I'd be in line for axles and housing adapter set (IE TAG replacement) to mount Vanquish Wraith C-hubs to the trimmed stock Losi housing.
Me too. I bet there's a lot more interested in it as well. Hook us up pleeeeease.
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I'd be in line for axles and housing adapter set (IE TAG replacement) to mount Vanquish Wraith C-hubs to the trimmed stock Losi housing.
Ditto
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Old 02-11-2016, 06:17 PM   #47
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Cant say Im planning that venture as of yet. I have the tools to do it but lack the time.

Honestly its all on here how to do it yourself

Youngbloods Losi build I linked in my first few posts is how I found what to do. I did my spool differently because I had the ability too but you can do it yourself with some fabrication thinking.
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are there still plates available i would like to order some as well, in the next few days
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Old 03-02-2016, 01:28 PM   #49
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are there still plates available i would like to order some as well, in the next few days

Yup have plenty of them in stock.
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Where do I find these plates? What's your store called?
Maybe post a link?
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Where do I find these plates? What's your store called?
Maybe post a link?
The link is in robobs signature. www.krazedbuilds.com
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Old 03-04-2016, 05:21 AM   #52
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Where do I find these plates? What's your store called?
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The link is in robobs signature. www.krazedbuilds.com

Top right corner of the main page is the link to the store
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Old 03-04-2016, 08:26 AM   #53
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Thank you
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Old 07-19-2016, 10:00 AM   #54
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So theres been some revision to my Losi over the past couple weeks. Still got some things to do but a little pre-shots of what its gonna be running as.



















More to come
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Old 07-20-2016, 09:14 AM   #55
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*spits out cereal*



im done. im done im done im done.


competition is to big for me to even try to think to put my custom 3d printed chassis into production.

you absolutely kicked axial out of the water. me off my tiny mountain... and maybe even brought losi and horizon (not TLR) some cash.

get this chassis out there! freakin genius.
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Old 07-20-2016, 10:08 AM   #56
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competition is to big for me to even try to think to put my custom 3d printed chassis into production.

get this chassis out there! freakin genius.

Variety is always good .... for everyone, keep yours going.


Will be soon, got a few things to work out on mine so I have proper answers when people ask them.

Right now my steering setup wont let you run a stock LCC driveshaft and my link setup wont let you run a front LNC shaft. There's plenty of options out there but gonna work a couple ideas to figure it out.

And got one more idea on the skid Im pondering ........

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Old 07-20-2016, 10:59 AM   #57
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cut the lnc shaft and weld. and so basically your telling me I need to hurry up and tear my lcc apart so its ready for this chassis kit

no worries, I got a line of chassis in the works. 2.2p and 1.9 is done. 2.2s and super... uh. im in the process.
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Old 07-20-2016, 11:02 AM   #58
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cut the lnc shaft and weld.

For me .... yes its a way to do it.

For the mass public though, not everyone has that access or ability.

But you can run the steering in front of the axle too if you wanted. Its driver preference, for me its BTA and out of the way.

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Old 07-20-2016, 11:44 AM   #59
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yeah I want bta with these axles. its just a domination point. I honestly would actually say... can you get someone to make a new driveshaft? or can you send me a pin to hole measurement? I think a 22 series part might work..... sct 2.0 or stadium truck. its worth a shot.


when I did my lst to xl elec conversion I had a thunder tiger 8th scale truggy driveline (destroyed the chassis of 32 staircase) and I was able to use the dog bone end.. for the extra 1 inch of length I needed.


so maybe the 22 series sct rear cvd dogbone might be short enough.
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yeah I want bta with these axles. its just a domination point. I honestly would actually say... can you get someone to make a new driveshaft? or can you send me a pin to hole measurement? I think a 22 series part might work..... sct 2.0 or stadium truck. its worth a shot.


when I did my lst to xl elec conversion I had a thunder tiger 8th scale truggy driveline (destroyed the chassis of 32 staircase) and I was able to use the dog bone end.. for the extra 1 inch of length I needed.


so maybe the 22 series sct rear cvd dogbone might be short enough.

hmmm ....... something I wasn't thinking of. Thanks
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