Traxxas Heavy Duty Rear Driveshaft Assembly

Traxxas Heavy Duty Rear Driveshaft Assembly
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This is a replacement Traxxas Heavy Duty Rear Driveshaft Assembly, and is intended for use with the Traxxas Stampede 4x4. This package includes the parts needed to replace one rear driveshaft.

This product was added to our catalog on March 18, 2011

Verified Owner
Saturday, Oct 12 2013 (about 7 years ago)
Traxxas Heavy Duty Rear Driveshaft Assembly
These work great for the Ruckus! use a #10 drill bit to bore out the yokes and wheels and you have a heavier duty drive shaft for a brushless upgrade on your Ruckus.
Verified Owner
Thursday, Mar 8 2012 (about 9 years ago)
Traxxas Heavy Duty Rear Driveshaft Assembly
On one hand these are great for the money. On the other hand they brake when bashing. However, I haven't found anything else that is so much better it warrants the price. So, just pick up some extras of these and bring them to the field.
Wednesday, Sep 22 2021 (3 days ago)
Traxxas Heavy Duty Rear Driveshaft Assembly
Have a love hate relationship with these. In the Slash 2wd with 12t, 2s and a spool these have held up nicely after twisting the stock driveshafts. Now on to my Stampede-Digger with monster jam tires, 12t, 2s and a spool. I can't keep these from twisting and snapping on any surface. Any throttle when landing will for sure snap them. Durability all depends on the traction of your tires.
Monday, Apr 13 2020 (about a year ago)
Traxxas Heavy Duty Rear Driveshaft Assembly
These should be a dollar a piece. That's all I have say
Tuesday, Jul 1 2014 (about 7 years ago)
Traxxas Heavy Duty Rear Driveshaft Assembly
Absolute crap, Break every time you try to run them. Upgrade to mip or traxas steel shafts, you will never break one again. Absolutely worth the money
Thursday, Jan 24 2013 (about 8 years ago)
Traxxas Heavy Duty Rear Driveshaft Assembly
I agree with the other guys review. However I was really tired of busting mine in the middle of racing that I made the switch to MIP drive shafts and it resolved the problem. You have to spend a little more money but so worth it because now I can stay in the race!