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Tekno RC M6 Driveshaft & Hub Carrier Set (Rear, 6mm)

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This is a set of optional Tekno RC driveshafts, and rear hub carriers for the Traxxas Slash 4x4 and Stampede 4x4 trucks. Tekno RC M6 Driveshafts and Rear Hubs will give your 4x4 the ultimate in performance and durability.

Features:
  • Custom 6mm stub axles - no more bending or breaking
  • Bigger bearings for better load handling 10x15x4 inner and a 6x12x4 outer bearing (stock is 5x11x4 inner/outer)
  • Hardened steel driveshafts and drive cups
  • Captured CV drive pin - it can't fall out
  • New M6 rear hub design with multiple camber link locations
  • Includes two sets of rear hubs (0.5  and 1.5 degrees).  1, 2, 3, and 4 degree settings available.
  • Reduces slop
  • Stock wheels and nuts fit with no mods
  • Metric hardware throughout
  • 17mm adapter option (sold separately)
Note: The outdrives for this set have been updated, and now use the same outdrives as the Tekno RC M6 front drive shaft set.

This product was added to our catalog on May 19, 2010.

JG
Ive seen several people with these on the stampede 4x4 with no problems. Also the slash and stampede are identical in the driveline only thing difference between the two trucks is the chassis,bumpers,wheels/tires,rx box, front body mount and body otherwise they are the same. If they didn't fit the stampede must have something set up wrong.
chaz Layman
Used to have the mip x-duty and they were horrible. Switched to these because od direct drive and was very impressed. They use the stock outdrive set screws which is very nice. Have used them for over 3 months now and they have stood up the switch from the stock vxl to an insane castle 3800 motor. Very impressed. Just make sure you use some more negative camber or lose some preload to prevent them from popping out of the cups. These are a must have upgrade for the stampede 4x4.
Matt V.
Verified Owner
I absolutely love these in my Slash 4x4 running the Viper 5150Kv 4-pole setup on 2S. No pins to break like on the MIP's - I have had no issues with the driveshafts themselves even when flat-landing 10-foot jumps at full throttle. The one issue I have had is that the shafts are so good that now you wheels and hexes are your drivetrain's weakest point. MAKE SURE your wheel nuts are tightened securely or your hex and wheel will end up rounded. I also want to point out that these even come with upgrade bearings for better power handling and new caster blocks to house the bearings - it is a very complete set and I have been happy with it from the get-go. Where are those features MIP? Great job Tekno! I highly recommend these.
noah gillen
i have had these for a couple years now front and rear 2s and 3s lipo these are the axles for your slash 4x4 i have rpm arms and a locked tight slipper there tuff in water dirt street what ever you have you not hurting these
David Watson
Verified Owner
My truck takes a ton of bashing at a 1/8th scale track and just overall bashing. It is great that they are captured so I don't lose them when I break a control arm. I also throw 4s at them every once in a while with no complaints.
Randy Kennedy
Verified Owner
These are such an improvement over stock. Mine wear like "iron" so far. Would never go back to stock. I guess Traxxas would not either since in the 1/16 Slash they run a similar design, dumping the plastic "bind-shafts" on the 1/10 Slash...
Marian Miller
The slash & stampede aren't the same are they ?! Maybe you should read before you buy smart guy !!!!!!!
Victor Miller
been running this for about a month. No problems no sign of wear. Best rear driveshaft on the market right now.
Gt Gills
Verified Owner
I bought these about a year and a half ago and I love them they are better than MIP's if you ask me because the pins fly out of them but the only thing I would upgrade would be hex hub to aluminum from tekno
Lucas Towne
Verified Owner
Not sure if it because i am running RPM rear A-Arms, or what but these things; (the shafts), are about 1/8" to short. Any jumping that is done the Driveshaft falls out of the carrier next to the Transmission case. Either the M6 Rear Hubs need to have another hole on the bottom mount side Closer to allow the Driveshaft to seat fully, or ________??? any ideas would be awsome. If you can help a brother out with this issue here is my email that i check every once in a while. Datastream1979 at gmail.com. Other than that they work great, when they work.
Jon Olson
Don't buy them! I tried these on my Stampede 4x4 and I imediately realized, after puting them together, that the dog bones are WAY too short. It could be the RPM arms are longer than the stock ones too. Also, you have to run these with the plastic Tekno hubs. I have ST Racing aluminum hubs and they dont work with this set up. Invest a little more money on the MIP set up. I wish I did.

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