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Traxxas Big Bore Aluminum Shocks: Slash, VXL, 4x4
Traxxas Big Bore Aluminum Shocks for Slash, Slash VXL, Slash 4x4


 
List Price: $70.00
Our Price: $41.99


Product Code: TRA5862
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Description
 

This is the Traxxas Big Bore Shock Set for all 1/10 Scale Slash 2WD, Slash VXL, and Slash 4x4 Short-Course Trucks. These replace the plastic shocks that come stock with the truck.

For the ultimate in bump and jump control, Traxxas Big Bore shocks are the perfect addition to your Traxxas model. Hard-anodized aluminum bodies, PTFE-coated shock bores, and titanium nitride coated shafts offer incredible durability and near frictionless operation for ultra smooth damping and long-lasting performance. Progressive rate springs are included.

FEATURES:

  • Strong aluminum construction, teflon coated
  • Anodized black with white springs
  • Completely assembled

INCLUDES:
Four fully assembled shocks with white springs
Mounting hardware
One bottle of silicone oil

REQUIRES:
Filling shocks with shock oil and assembling onto the model


Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
Excellent Company to do business with. September 28, 2015
Reviewer: Jason H from Brooksville, FL United States  
Shocks make a huge difference.  Really improved my lap times!

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Great look August 2, 2015
Reviewer: Matthew Chwirka from Sioux City, IA United States  
Excellent fit

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big bore shocks June 19, 2015
Reviewer: matthew lacoursiere from Alvarado , MN United States  
Better than stock shocks and easy to replace

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Happy as replacement for stock shocks, November 8, 2014
Reviewer: David I. from MN  
not sure I would by as an upgrade.
I got these, since I bent one of my stock shocks.  These appear to be more durable then the stock shocks.
Instructions were clear on how to replace stock shocks.  Just add oil (supplied), and replace the top mounting screw/washer with supplied screw/bushing.
I don't notice much of a performance difference over the stocks. Research on the Internet says adding thicker oil or different springs should help.


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