Xtra Speed 110mm Wraith Steel Center Driveshaft Set (2)

Xtra Speed 110mm Wraith Steel Center Driveshaft Set (2)
In Stock Online
Usually ships in 24 hours
$1.99 flat rate shipping! Learn More
Read Reviews
Write a Review
Check Store Availability
Please be aware that pricing and product availability in-store may vary from what’s available online because each store is independently owned and operated.
The Xtra Speed 110mm Wraith Steel Center Driveshaft Set features solid steel construction and heavy-duty drive cups to deliver maximum precision, efficiency and durability.

Length: 110mm
Fits: Axial Wraith
Material: Steel
Color: Silver
Verified Owner
Friday, Oct 30 2020 (5 weeks ago)
Xtra Speed 110mm Wraith Steel Center Driveshaft Set (2)
First everyone has good bad luck but let me break down how to use your shafts..
Times when they break.. Throttle open when landing. Major air time 6 + lbs hitting concrete. Running locked slipper or not set up right on a large rig. Angle of attack to the axles are not inline but at a 30+ degree angle. (Axles have some angling that can be done to align the shaft with the transmission.) (Also use axle stop straps) Your drive shaft is reversed the splines should come from the transmission where as the meat part of the shaft should be hitting rocks and the ground etc. Just saying.. Oh also it helps to bag the cv joins and even the inlet to the splines.. Little rocks can cause breakage.(Thin animal balloons work.)

This said these are beefy and hold up to a lot of power pumped through them in both Rock Bouncing and Rock Racing. For crawling these should last a very long time following cleaning inspections etc.

Pros.. Major meat.. I mean meet.. Not what is in the image either. The shaft spline is now solid to the joint. The CV barrel is steel not brass. Looks like stainless to me and that means easy temper in both worlds hard and springy.

E clip pin spinning at high rpm lil rocks hitting it etc etc.. 1 in a million that e-clip will disappear and the pin will come out.
Still a little thin on the joints but in all id rather the shaft break than the transmission gears.