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    Louise cyclone (Duratrax Hatchet) stainless grub screws on the beadlocks






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    Quote Originally Posted by VIX View Post
    Louise cyclone (Duratrax Hatchet) stainless grub screws on the beadlocks






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    Looks useless correct, but asthetically, very nice


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    I have never seen the Duratrax Hatchet so I have nothing to go off of but if they mount like the Proline Badlands and you put the grub screw through the beadlock then rubber tab from the tire and then into the rim, I don't see how the grub screws are long enough. Very cool look, I hope it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rain Dawg View Post
    I have never seen the Duratrax Hatchet so I have nothing to go off of but if they mount like the Proline Badlands and you put the grub screw through the beadlock then rubber tab from the tire and then into the rim, I don't see how the grub screws are long enough. Very cool look, I hope it works.
    They are not like badlands MX43, grub screws is only inserted few millimeters in the beadlocks, not going throw. Itís small holes in stock rims, I use them to fit that hole. No worries

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    [QUOTE=Gripdog7205;6515153]Looks useless correct, but asthetically, very nice

    Well, i just like the look more 5 bucks for 100pcs, they weight nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by VIX View Post
    They are not like badlands MX43, grub screws is only inserted few millimeters in the beadlocks, not going throw. It’s small holes in stock rims, I use them to fit that hole. No worries
    Ok I got it, looks good. At 5.00 for a 100 are they M3 ? and do you have a link ? It would be nice to always have extras of these on hand for different projects. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rain Dawg View Post
    Ok I got it, looks good. At 5.00 for a 100 are they M3 ? and do you have a link ? It would be nice to always have extras of these on hand for different projects. Thanks
    M4 x 3mm (millimeters) stainless screws,

    https://www.ebay.de/itm/M4-x-3mm-0-7...yhGD4_uL4Q4HWQ


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    [QUOTE=VIX;6515171]
    Quote Originally Posted by Gripdog7205 View Post
    Looks useless correct, but asthetically, very nice

    Well, i just like the look more 5 bucks for 100pcs, they weight nothing
    I like the look


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    Night run Theses wheels are to soft for tarmac, spinning )) ZTW300A ESC is awesome! Very quiet, no beeping sounds touching the throttle like Max5. I only drove for 10 minutes, hard accelerations, motor and ESC were not even warm






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    Quote Originally Posted by VIX View Post
    M4 x 3mm (millimeters) stainless screws,

    https://www.ebay.de/itm/M4-x-3mm-0-7...yhGD4_uL4Q4HWQ


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    Thank you VIX

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    Iím waiting for the jet fan, this looks cool I can say, never run aluminum arms on gravel without protection, destroyed )) I made solutions for my Vekta front arms, underneath and on top ) will make same for Xmaxx..





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    Quote Originally Posted by VIX View Post
    Iím waiting for the jet fan, this looks cool I can say, never run aluminum arms on gravel without protection, destroyed )) I made solutions for my Vekta front arms, underneath and on top ) will make same for Xmaxx..





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    Itís supposed to get dirty, unless itís a shelf queen. Youíll be okay


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    [QUOTE=Gripdog7205;6515816]Itís supposed to get dirty, unless itís a shelf queen. Youíll be okay

    Dirty is ok, itís not a shelf queen The stones destroy the arms underneath...I prefer to protect them




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    where did you get the jet fan and what size of pulleys you get for the belt drive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dallas1990 View Post
    where did you get the jet fan and what size of pulleys you get for the belt drive?
    https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw...sqp=turbonator

    Find the fan here mate.

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    So I have had my X-Maxx all of 3 weeks and am ready to upgrade the motor, esc, servo, etc... running MX43 until my Land Grippers make it in from China. Was strongly considering the TP5860 but after reading this forum, I am thinking about the LBP5892 bc of the TP5860's high current draw and really high ampere draw.. I went ahead and ordered a cooling jacket, and a micro pump so that I can run liquid cooling on the LBP5892... (with it rated at max 29V/5500W/180A, i'm certain I'll be running hot after the first 5min) .... anyone know of a good supplier to get a coolant reservoir? I'll be reversing the fans off the radiator to pull air and cut a small "vent" out of the bottom of the chassis to route the hot air below the truck while the esc fans blow onto it. anyone out there already done this that has some tips on how to configure the rest of the set up?

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    [QUOTE=VIX;6515818]
    Quote Originally Posted by Gripdog7205 View Post
    Itís supposed to get dirty, unless itís a shelf queen. Youíll be okay

    Dirty is ok, itís not a shelf queen The stones destroy the arms underneath...I prefer to protect them




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    Lol. Any videos or you running it that way?

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