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    17mm adapter for Slash

    I was interested in getting a set for the slash and was just wondering if one set/manufacturer was better then the other.

    Thanks

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    Slash PE & Ja-two.

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    Aka for sure.
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    AKA is what im running!

    also along with white AKA dish wheels and AKA cross brace tires in the green compund!
    My WIFE drives her slash like she stole it...

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    Yep, AKA. Best fit and comes with all you need, plus you can buy all seperate pieces as spares in case you break/lose something.

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    What they said, AKA's all the way!

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    Great! Thanks for the info. Looks like AKA's are it!

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    Here you go!

    my 2wd slash w/ AKA goodies!





    it was dark in the room so you really cant see the tires that good!
    My WIFE drives her slash like she stole it...

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    one other thing that is nice about the aka's is that you can tighten the axle nut with an allen. it can be easy to break that nut though. i recommend getting a socket that fits down in there or grinding one down to fit, that's what i did. this is a PL adapter but you can see what i did to a socket.

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    www.cardomain.com/ride/3299559

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radiojh
    one other thing that is nice about the aka's is that you can tighten the axle nut with an allen. it can be easy to break that nut though. i recommend getting a socket that fits down in there or grinding one down to fit, that's what i did. this is a PL adapter but you can see what i did to a socket.

    How is that Proline Protrac kit working out for u i am thinking of geting one
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    It's not the kit, just the 17mm adapters.
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