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

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This product was added to our catalog on October 29, 2007.

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.)