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Post  gravedigger on Mon Jul 18, 2011 9:56 am

Ok what is everyone upgrading to in their axial gearbox ? I just snapped one and before I buy new ones I thought i'd ask .

I like this it looks strong .

http://www.tcscrawlers.com/Robinson-Racing-Outdrive-Diff-Lock-Gear-AX10-1542-p-18069.html
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Post  WIDELOAD on Mon Jul 18, 2011 10:05 am

Thats the strongest you can get...But if you get that, make sure you get the idler (center) gear as well cause youll strip it out quick smart.

For mine i'm just running 3racing stainless outdrives on the stock gears...cheap upgrade. They only set me back about $7 or something off evilbay.
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Post  lunatick on Mon Jul 18, 2011 10:36 am

gravedigger wrote:Ok what is everyone upgrading to in their axial gearbox ? I just snapped one and before I buy new ones I thought i'd ask .

I like this it looks strong .

http://www.tcscrawlers.com/Robinson-Racing-Outdrive-Diff-Lock-Gear-AX10-1542-p-18069.html

I put one of them in the Honcho last week as well as the metal idler gear that wideload mentioned , and it didn,t break yesterday at the quarry
I didn,t think the stock ones would last long with the amount of boost i,m running thru the turbo affraid
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