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    Hot Racing 17mm adapters

    https://www.amainhobbies.com/hot-rac...17hs01/p649937

    Do these work with MIP our dives? They donít need a pin, right?


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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. Squeegie's Avatar
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    Those (and the 10mm offset ones) work well with the MIP CVDs.

    Have fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squeegie View Post
    Those (and the 10mm offset ones) work well with the MIP CVDs.

    Have fun!
    Thank you. I was concerned about the pin may be needed and not work like Traxxas ones.


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    Pretty sure those are the ones I run on my stampede 4x4 with mip x-duties. The MIP 12mm hex stays on and the back side of these have a 12mm hex relief.


    Make sure to use loctite on the barrel nuts. I lost one of mine on one of the last bash sessions.

    These are the replacement nuts:
    Part #: RSSLF117X
    https://www.amazon.com/Hot-Racing-Ba.../dp/B01EILWAJ0

    Took me a while to find them.
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    Wow! Thank you for that. I appreciate it, this is very helpful.


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    Would they work the Tekno M6 shafts ?

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    Yes they do. You can kind of see them on this build with Tekno M6 CVDs:

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    Nice! I have considered the teknoís many times. Good to know!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Squeegie View Post
    Yes they do. You can kind of see them on this build with Tekno M6 CVDs:
    Whatís that skid plate you have protecting the top of the front tower there mate?

    Any info on how you mounted it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boosta View Post
    Whatís that skid plate you have protecting the top of the front tower there mate?

    Any info on how you mounted it?
    Looks like a stock rustler 2wd front bumper to me, you can zoom in on the pic. Itís probably mounted with some screws to hold it down.


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    Actually, it’s a piece of 3” diameter black PVC pipe from Home Depot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squeegie View Post
    Actually, itís a piece of 3Ē diameter black PVC pipe from Home Depot!
    Nice. Thanks for the reply. Been trying to come up with a decent solution like that for a while. Yours is the best Iíve seen so far

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    No problem and thank you.

    Both my rigs have a variant of it on them:



    Going back, I guess Iíve been doing that since 2015:

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