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    Can y'all recommend a better all-in-one tool kit than the Traxxas one?

    It looks good to me, and I'm thinking of buying it a my go to kit. I have a 1/16th Revo, Revo 2.0 and of course, an X-Maxx and I'd like to have a single kit that can work on all my trucks.

    Seems like the Traxxas kit is small and convenient.

    Your thoughts?

    Thanks!
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    I would get the neewer drivers that are on Amazon because they are titanium nitrate coated and are very durable and will have a small chance of stripping screws


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    Quote Originally Posted by Overpowerxmaxx View Post
    I would get the neewer drivers that are on Amazon because they are titanium nitrate coated and are very durable and will have a small chance of stripping screws


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    thanks... link?
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    MIP drivers, Arrowmax wheel wrench and the traxxas 17mm wheel wrench.


    Somehow builds are never done....

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    Here

    https://www.amazon.com/NEEWER%C2%AE-.../dp/B00CP2GGBI


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    I'd get first one out of the three one. Why? There all nice, but the one above has its' Allen Wrenches with its' Allen shape all the way to the handle. The others don't. They're just on the tips. The reason why you want this, is because when the tip rounds you can grind it back to make another good tip. If your Allen Wrenches just have the tips Allen shaped, when the tips round off it's pretty much game over for that wrench. Just something to think about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atoms View Post
    It looks good to me, and I'm thinking of buying it a my go to kit. I have a 1/16th Revo, Revo 2.0 and of course, an X-Maxx and I'd like to have a single kit that can work on all my trucks.

    Seems like the Traxxas kit is small and convenient.

    Your thoughts?

    Thanks!
    I have had a few different tool kits. Just bought these harder steel, and they come with a warranty!

    http://www.davesmotors.com/complete-...et-holder.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVO-KN-EVIL View Post
    I have had a few different tool kits. Just bought these harder steel, and they come with a warranty!

    http://www.davesmotors.com/complete-...et-holder.html
    Pricey, but very nice. I like that they include a T-handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReglarGuy View Post
    Pricey, but very nice. I like that they include a T-handle.
    I have owned two other sets both Duratrax, the tips round out and then strip the hex bolts. So hopefully the $10 more for this one is worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gripdog7205 View Post
    MIP drivers, Arrowmax wheel wrench and the traxxas 17mm wheel wrench.


    Somehow builds are never done....
    I use the exact same set up with some MIP speed bits and nut drivers thrown in, can’t go wrong with MIP

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