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02.08.2017, 08:45 PM

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Very cool
Where can I pick up these stub axles?
I made my own Square hubs from Delrin and turned down losi bolts to adapt traxles outer stubs to FG wheels.

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02.09.2017, 06:20 AM

Looks like they are the stock 8 mm stub axles with flats ground on them to accept the grub screws is the hubs.
That should be quite easy to do on any 8mm stub axle I think?
   
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Looks like they are the stock 8 mm stub axles with flats ground on them to accept the grub screws is the hubs.
That should be quite easy to do on any 8mm stub axle I think?
Stock what?

this is a hybrid, right?

Coming up Blank on mt4 stub axle, or 8mm stub axle, thundertiger stub axle.

Pictures are nice to look at, but dont know where part came from..??
   
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02.15.2017, 05:46 AM

As far as I can see in the exploded views, both the MT4 and the ST1 came stoch with 8mm stub axles, like almost every 1:8th scale car I know of.
In the pictures I see a standard sub axle with some flat spots ground on them, done by the owner.
The MT4 comes with these axles, not in stock, but you should get the idea:

http://www.dollarhobbyz.com/collecti...shaft-assembly

The FG square hubs are like these, the part number depends on the width of the hub:

https://rc-car-online.de/en/products...5mm-steel.html

The other pieces look the be just a peace of brass pipe, with a ID of 8mm, and a bolt that fits in the axle, you should be able to get that in your local hardware store, or at a machine shop?

I think I am misunderstanding you, my English is not that good, sorry.

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