Gen 7 Pro driveshafts options

I’m looking to replace the shafts. I’m sure i saw or read that Wraith driveshafts were direct replacements, only now that I’m ready to purchase – I can’t find it! Also can’t find anything else claiming the same. I’m wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction? These will be going on my wife’s rig & she’s willing to pay for the MIP’s, i just want the right ones! Thanks for any suggestions!

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Gen 7 Pro driveshafts options

I’m looking to replace the shafts. I’m sure i saw or read that Wraith driveshafts were direct replacements, only now that I’m ready to purchase – I can’t find it! Also can’t find anything else claiming the same. I’m wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction? These will be going on my wife’s rig & she’s willing to pay for the MIP’s, i just want the right ones! Thanks for any suggestions!

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1up Racing Pro Pit iron

See: 1up Racing

Coming soon from 1up Racing is the Pro Pit iron. Small but mighty is the best way to describe this feature-packed tool. With it’s included 24v power source, the Pro Pit iron heats and is ready to use in under 10 seconds! An easy-to-read LCD display offers accurate adjustment of the 100-400°C (200-750°F) temperature range. 1up Boost mode offers a nearly instant temperature increase to 450°C (850°F) at the press of a button, making easy work of thick gauge wires. The Pro Pit Iron automatically cools to 200°C after 2 minutes of inactivity to prolong the life of the tip, and shuts down completely after 10 minutes of inactivity.

Features:

  • 65W Power Output
  • Dual Temperature Sensors
  • Temperature Stability ±2%
  • 12-24V DC Input Voltage
  • FCC & CE Certified

Includes:

  • 1up Racing Pro Pit Iron
  • 24v Power Adapter
  • 4mm Chisel Tip
  • Compact “M” Stand
  • US, EU, CN or AU Cord

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Opinions on "warped" Traxxas Bronco body.

So… It’s bugging me. It didn’t bother me too much at first but that was when it had the OEM rails. Now that I’ve changed the rails out to HR aluminum sliders with diamond-plate that reflects and “magnifies” the flaw… How bad do you think this is? Would you:

> live with it?

> try to fix it ( although I can’t think of how)?

> or take it up with Traxxas?

Anyone dealt with Traxxas over this kind of issue before? Wondering if they’d likely tell me to pound sand, or have me send everything back in the original box, or ask me to send just the body back for a replacement? Are they the kind of company that will probably say that I caused this to happen by peeling off the red-panel decal? Fwiw… It was exactly like this since I un-boxed it. Anyway… I’ve never dealt with Traxxas before so I’m just wondering what to expect.

Like I said, I know it’s on me for not sending everything back immediately after initial inspection assuming I wasn’t happy, but it just didn’t bother me much at that time.

Advice/ opinions? Thanks very much for any assistance.

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