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Hot Racing Differential Lock Hub Spool (Slash/Rustler/Stampede 2WD)

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This is the Hot Racing Differential Lock Hub Spool for the Traxxas 2WD Slash, Rustler, Stampede and Bandit. This part replaces the differential gears for a locked differential and is recommended for off-road use only.

Features:

  • Locker plate is CNC machined 6061-T6 light weight gear hub, anodized blue
  • Stainless steel output shaft
  • Allows for better acceleration, climbing, drifting, and wheelie potential
  • Fully assembled

Comments:

  • Fits Traxxas: Bandit, 2WD Electric Slash, Ford Raptor, Electric Rustler, and 2WD Electric Stampede truck
  • Replaces Traxxas TRA2382 planet gears, use both case halves, do not use pins inside differential

This product was added to our catalog on January 22, 2018

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Dec 18 2018 (8 months ago)
Hot Racing Differential Lock Hub Spool (Slash/Rustler/Stampede 2WD)
Amazing part perfect fit and finish. Does what it is supposed to massive traction. Turned my stampede into a UFO when doing doughnuts no steering input required once it starts spinning. I'll be buying more for my other traxxas trucks .
Thursday, Jul 18 2019 (4 weeks ago)
Hot Racing Differential Lock Hub Spool (Slash/Rustler/Stampede 2WD)
We bought this part to turn my son's Traxxas Slash into a drag Slash. What we found is that the part does not hold up to high torque. After three or four speed runs the shaft was spinning freely in the spool. Disassembly revealed that the set screws had failed allowing the spool to spin on the shaft. Further disassembly revealed that the torque also distorted the holes in the shaft, made them out of round and putting lips on the side of the hole. Had to file the shaft down to get the bearings off.

This should work fine in "normal" applications, but not in high torque situations. On the other hand, why would you want a locked rear axle if it weren't for torque?

Was fun while it lasted!