RPM Oversized Rear Axle Carriers for the Traxxas X-Maxx were designed to solve two key issues reported by owners of these massive beasts. The first being durability. We designed these carriers to handle some serious abuse. RPM Oversized Axle Carriers are BEEFY, with massive support ribs for the strongest possible carriers available.
The other area of improvement comes in the form of larger inner bearings. How large? MASSIVE! The stock inner bearings are a mere 20x27x4mm. The oversized bearings we use are gigantic 20x32x7mm bearings! That’s 5mm larger on the diameter and 3mm on the width! That equates to a dynamic load rating that is nearly 300% higher than the stock bearing while the static load rating is over 300% higher! The differences are so dramatic you’ll wonder why these didn’t come stock.
If you’ve ever blown a stock rear bearing or broken a stock rear axle carrier, you need to check these out! Our Oversized Rear Axle Carriers are molded in black and backed by our limited lifetime warranty against breakage. You can’t go wrong with RPM parts on your X-Maxx.
Tech Notes: RPM Oversized Rear Axle Carriers replace stock Traxxas #7752. Each package is sold as a pair (one left and one right) and includes two inner oversized bearings (one for each side). Outer bearings are stock Traxxas bearings (#5106 or #5106A) and are not included in this kit.RPM Oversized Rear Axle Carriers For Traxxas X-MAXX - Black Specfications:
- Color: : Black
- Hop-Ups & Optional: : Axle Carriers
- Material: : Nylon
- Quantity Option: : 2 in a package
- Size/Scale: : 1/6
- Brand: RPM
- Part No: RPM81732
- Fitment: Option Part
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