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  1. #1
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    Does anyone have experience of the ProLine Pro-Arms?

    Hi folks,

    As per the title really - has anybody tried the ProLine Pro-Arms? I like the look of them, but it seems like everyone gets the Traxxas HD arms instead.

    From what I've seen, the RPM arms are a bit too soft and prone to having pins fall out.

    The Traxxas HD arms seem to be well liked...

    And the ProLine Pro-Arms, I have no idea, so would be good to hear from anyone who has them, or has used them previously.

    Thanks!

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    I've been using mine for about 6 months now and haven't had any issues, plus they look good!

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    I have a set of their Protrac arms on my 4Pede for years. Sadly they are no longer in production.

    They fit perfect and are as tough as they come.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NeillZA View Post
    I've been using mine for about 6 months now and haven't had any issues, plus they look good!

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    Thanks! That was my thoughts also - they look cool with the covers and I'd think they would be easier to clean as they're flat on the top and bottom with no holes. Do you find that they're easier to keep clean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmarzke View Post
    I have a set of their Protrac arms on my 4Pede for years. Sadly they are no longer in production.

    They fit perfect and are as tough as they come.


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    I'm not aware of the 4Pede as I'm pretty new to Traxxas, but thanks! Sounds like ProLine make decent kit.

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    Welcome aboard. Been playing with Traxxas for a couple of decades now.

    The Stampede 4x4 is their 1/10 scale previous generation of truck. Itís being replaced by the Hoss which is more like an X-Maxx.

    Proline is a good company though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RJUK View Post
    Thanks! That was my thoughts also - they look cool with the covers and I'd think they would be easier to clean as they're flat on the top and bottom with no holes. Do you find that they're easier to keep clean?
    They are indeed easier to keep clean.

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    Slash 4x4 VXL
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    X-Maxx 8S

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    I prefer the HD Traxxas A Arms overall.

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    I have two Xmaxx’s one with the Proline’s and the other with the Traxxas HD arms, both are good quality no complaints. The Pro line’s are a bit heavier due to more components but nothing too severe, the covers can be painted to give your truck a customized look. The Proline’s are easier to clean due to the flat surface, and are very stout never had any issues. I like them both so you cannot go wrong with either the Proline’s or the HD’s.

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