Traxxas Rear Heavy Duty Steel CV Driveshaft (2)

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This is an optional Traxxas Rear Steel Constant-Velocity Driveshaft Set, and is intended for use with the Traxxas Slash 4X4 and Slash 2wd 1/10 scale short course trucks, as well as the Traxxas Rally. Traxxas Steel Constant Velocity Shafts offer the ultimate in torque handling and efficient power transfer. The outer U-joints are lubricated and sealed by a rubber boot for maximum protection against the elements, and the U-joint pins are held captive so you never have to worry about losing a pin. Gleaming nickel-plated shafts and blue silicone boots add a custom look.

This product was added to our catalog on January 10, 2013.

Verified Owner
Sunday, Jul 21 2013 (about 4 years ago)
Traxxas Rear Heavy Duty Steel CV Driveshaft (2)
July '13 - Got mine and instead of reading this, order them, NOW! BY FAR the BEST cv driveshafts for your slash (mine is 2wd). The only thing that could make these better is replacement pieces. I've had mip and others and these are worth every penny! Oct '13 - UPDATE: Still best ever upgrade for your slash ever! ZERO complaints ZERO issues! I may never need to replace these driveshafts EVER! Apr '14 Still look brand new best upgrade period!)
Alex Robbins
Verified Owner
Thursday, Nov 30 2017 (2 weeks ago)
Traxxas Rear Heavy Duty Steel CV Driveshaft (2)
!Axle Shear Beware!

After Running 2 batteries(2s lipo) thru my nearly stock Traxxas Slash 4x4 I sheared an axle. I landed a pretty basic jump at my local track, and my wheel just *pop* and continued down the track. You can't replace the axle with any other, it's one solid part(basically). I do believe I received a dud though. As the other one is still working fine. The only wear I've seen is the rubber boot popping off the joints. (meh).

So 2/5 stars since one is still intact for now.

UPDATE 2 days later.....

Running again at my local track...

My other driveshaft has now failed.
Lost the pin out of the ball joint that connects to the differential block rendering it useless.

I'm currently contacting both HobbyTown and Traxxas to help resolve this issue, as these are complete trash.

*If you want to throw away 60 bucks this is a good way to do so.*
Wish I could rate a it a 0.)
marc julien
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Mar 29 2016 (about a year ago)
Traxxas Rear Heavy Duty Steel CV Driveshaft (2)
Half shaft not sold separately, good product without parts support. MIP have shaft and separate parts for servicing)
julian cohen
Monday, Dec 2 2013 (about 4 years ago)
Traxxas Rear Heavy Duty Steel CV Driveshaft (2)
To answer your question about using them on the summit, I do not believe they are long enough because they are meant for the Slash, which is much narrower than the Summit. I do not own these so I can't rate them; just ignore my rating.)
paul fowler
Verified Owner
Sunday, Apr 17 2016 (about a year ago)
Traxxas Rear Heavy Duty Steel CV Driveshaft (2)
ok but still confused about weather this will fit my stampede 4X4)
Kevin Collins
Wednesday, Apr 2 2014 (about 3 years ago)
Traxxas Rear Heavy Duty Steel CV Driveshaft (2)
These look great. I just want to make sure they are long enough to fit ProTrack Slash 2WD with stock transmission. Anyone know?)
Tj Rose
Sunday, Nov 17 2013 (about 4 years ago)
Traxxas Rear Heavy Duty Steel CV Driveshaft (2)
Anybody try these on a 1/10 scale summit. The mips for the summit the pins suck and I'm looking for an alternate route)