Hard Anodized Teflon Coated Big Bore Rear Shock Set (XX-Long) (2) by Traxxas

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This is an optional Traxxas Hard Anodized Teflon Coated Big Bore Rear Shock Set. Traxxas Big Bore shocks provide the ultimate in damping control. They’re hard-anodized, Teflon-coated and have large cylinders for greater oil capacity. These shocks also include the super smooth, long wearing titanium nitride (TiN) coated shock shafts. Adjustments are a snap with clip-on spring pre-load spacers and installation time is reduced because the shocks are sold pre-assembled.

NOTE: This shock set does not include shock springs. 
David Turner
Verified Owner
Wednesday, May 22 2013 (about 4 years ago)
Traxxas Hard Anodized Teflon Coated Big Bore Rear Shock Set (XX-Long) (2)
These are not big bore shocks the stock shocks have a bigger bore. BUT WAY BETTER THAN STOCK...)
Hendrik Kriel
Friday, Feb 4 2011 (about 6 years ago)
Traxxas Hard Anodized Teflon Coated Big Bore Rear Shock Set (XX-Long) (2)
Excellent shocks for a Rustler. I recently bought these as well as the hard big bore shocks. No problems for either set of shocks.)
William Larkin
Monday, Dec 6 2010 (about 6 years ago)
Traxxas Hard Anodized Teflon Coated Big Bore Rear Shock Set (XX-Long) (2)
These are the rears that match the #2660 shocks. A Main needs to list these as Traxxas XX-Long Big Bore Rear Shocks (2).)
Zain Amat
Tuesday, Dec 10 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Traxxas Hard Anodized Teflon Coated Big Bore Rear Shock Set (XX-Long) (2)
Not big bores. Seems to be smaller than stock. But these are WAY better than the stock ones which popped on me 3 times. Once u get ur stampede, change to these. I have no regrets except I should have changed it sooner.

On another note, the stock ones are ok for the front of the stampede but definitely not the rears.)