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    Cvd axles

    I was wondering if there were any dry shaft upgrades

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    Traxxas makes the steel CVD driveshafts. MIP also makes metal driveshafts: https://www.miponline.com/MIP-X-Duty...s-Bandit-18390
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    I run a rustler

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    Here is the link to the MIP axles. They are known to be extremely durable, but are likely overkill. https://www.miponline.com/MIP-X-Duty...-Rustler-18140

    If you want a significantly cheaper option, you can go with the Stampede/Rustler 4x4 rear driveshafts, which several people on the forum (including myself) have been running with great success. They are Traxxas part 6828A. https://traxxas.com/products/parts/6828A
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    Hi Guys

    Dont forget the new hoss cvds also fit the 4x4 chassis
    9051x and 9052x

    The rear 9052x also fits 2wd chassis

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