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    Telly - black out Line X edition

    2.8 pro line trenchers
    Black chrome talon rims
    Brushless
    Exo cage
    Full line x




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    Got a body off shot?

    What tires/wheels are those?
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    Quote Originally Posted by olds97_lss View Post
    Got a body off shot?

    What tires/wheels are those?
    Traxxas all star rims, i think they are stock on the stampede?
    Tires are pro line trenchers, 2.8. Had to trim the fenders a little bit

    You mean like this? (I only did line x on the shell)





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    Quote Originally Posted by joe419 View Post
    2.8 pro line trenchers
    Black chrome traxxas all star rims
    Brushless
    Exo cage
    Full line x




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    I found you can convert these tellurides into a short wheel baced slash 4x4 by using every part off one , only thing I used off the telluride was the chassis , drive shaft and the body , slap a VXL system on it and she's ready to roll except wider and more tunable

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    Actually no, wanted to see the chassis.

    That bed coating is nuts though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by olds97_lss View Post
    Actually no, wanted to see the chassis.

    That bed coating is nuts though!
    Also upgraded to the traxxas big bore shocks




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    Those tires eating up your diffs or axles at all?
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    Quote Originally Posted by olds97_lss View Post
    Those tires eating up your diffs or axles at all?
    Not yet. I've put 10 + batteries through it and i just now updated the clutch.

    I have the same gearing as a stampede.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olds97_lss View Post
    Those tires eating up your diffs or axles at all?
    Update:
    Yes brushless with these tires is hard on stock axles, especially if you grab an 11v battery!
    I updated the rear axles to some steel ones made by MIP, they work great.

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    New f250 body


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    Quote Originally Posted by joe419 View Post
    Update:
    Yes brushless with these tires is hard on stock axles, especially if you grab an 11v battery!
    I updated the rear axles to some steel ones made by MIP, they work great.

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    I put the MIP X-Duty sliders on mine, front and rear. I was on my 3rd set of stock rears and second set of fronts within a months time. That was running the stampede chevron tires and 2S with the VXL/3500 system in it. Can't imagine how quickly those prolines would tear up stock sliders.
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