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Old 03-24-2008, 02:50 PM
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Duratrax Threaded Axles For The Vendetta and Vendetta ST

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DURATRAX THREADED AXLE HOP-UPS FOR VENDETTA

Threaded Axles – better Vendetta handling.

A great upgrade for Vendetta owners, the DuraTrax threaded axles with nylon insert locknuts keep vibration from loosening the wheels! Available in a full set of 4 for the Vendetta buggy drive shaft and in sets of 2 each for the buggy and stadium truck CV steel axles. Washers are included.

DTXC7294 CV Steel Threaded Axle Kit-Vendetta (2) Retail:$44.99 Street:$37.99
DTXC7295 CV Steel Threaded Axle Kit-Vendetta ST (2) Retail:$44.99 Street:$37.99
DTXC7462 Drive Shaft Threaded Axle Kit-Vendetta (4) Retail:$15.99 Street:$13.49
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how did they stay on if they weren't threaded before sounds more like a replacement part to me
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Sounds like they need to come out with some aluminum or steel gears for this thing mine is eating everything in the back
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how did they stay on if they weren't threaded before sounds more like a replacement part to me

There is a screw that goes thru the wheel and mounts to the driveline.

Actually these are a great improvement over the stock setup.
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