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Old 01-19-2011, 09:56 PM
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I intend to put all the axle info I can find here.

METRIC STANDARD PRICE

I'm putting all the info first. The order can be rearranged later. I can also go to the trouble of resizing images. Any suggestions, more accurate info, please PM me.

1/18 Scale T-Rex Micro Axle
Width: 82mm/3.2inch FRONT AND REAR
Gear Ratio: 2.53:1

$49.99



ARB Special Edition T-Rex 60 Front & Rear Plastic Complete Axle
* Width: 190mm/8inch (Hex to hex) *PER RD4WD WEBSITE. 190MM ACTUALLY CONVERTS TO 7.48 INCHES
• Gear Ratio: 2.5:1

$109.99 FRONT AND REAR


Beowulf Rear Straight Axle for Tamiya Pajero/XC/Jeep
167mm per the picture. 6.57 INCHES
$99



Black Widow Crawler Axle
# Gear Ratio: 3:1
# Hex to hex width: 185mm 7.28 INCHES
# Fit 1.9 or 2.2 wheels (12mm Hex)
$149.99 FRONT OR REAR






Blackwell X1 Scale Axle

# Width 192mm / 7.55 inch- Standard overall width hex to hex (203mm) 7.99 INCHES
# Gear Ratio: 2.85:1
$179.99





Bruiser G2 Scale Axle
Hex to Hex width: 191mm/7.51 FRONT Hex to Hex width: 223mm/8.77 REAR
GEAR RATIO ???
$99.99



Bully Comp 2.2 Front & Rear Axle
# Width: 193mm/7.60inch (Hex to Hex)
# Gear Ratio: 38.42:1

$139.99 FOR BOTH
LIGHTWEIGHT VERSIONS AVAILABLE FOR $119.99-129.99 EACH


Bully XLD Comp Axle with Knuckles
# Fit 14mm back hex wheels
# Width: 264mm/10.4inch (Hex to Hex)
# Gear Ratio: 38.42:1
$99.99




D35 Front Scale Black Axle

# Width: 178mm/7inch FRONT Width: 176mm/6.92inch REAR
# Gear Ratio: 2.66:1
$119.99 each



D40 Scale Hi-Lift Axle
Width: 186mm/7.32inch FRONT Width: 184mm/7.24inch REAR
119.99 EACH




K44 Ultimate Scale Axle
Width: 176mm (outside hex to outside hex with 6mm hex)
166mm pin to pin F&R
Gear Ratio: 3:1
Leaf Perch mounts: 79mm apart
$149.99 each




Renegade Axle with Locking Diff
# Width: 187mm/7.36inch (hex to hex)
# Gear Ratio: 2.5:1
$169.99 each




Super Bully Comp Axle with Knuckles
Fit 14mm back hex wheels
# Width: 290mm/11.4inch (Hex to Hex)
# Gear Ratio: 38.42:1
$99.99



Super Bully Light Weight Axle with 65:1 Gearbox
Gear Ratio: 65:1
60% lighter in weight compare to the Alloy version.

$149.99


T-Rex 44 Mini Axle
# Width: 158mm (6-1/4in) hex to hex
# Gear Ratio: 2.53:1
CURRENTLY 99.99 EACH. NORMAL PRICE $139.99

* I JUST ORDERED A SET OF THESE. I'LL BE ABLE TO GET BETTER DIMENSIONS SOON.





T-Rex 60 Aluminum Axle
WIDTH 204MM / 8.03 INCHES
Gear Ratio: 2.53:1
5mm axle output shaft
$129.99 EACH
* ALSO AVAILABLE IN PLASTIC AT $79.99 FOR BOTH






The Ultimate Scale Yota 1.9 Axle

# Width: 180mm/7.09inch
# Gear Ratio: 2.53:1
5mm axle output shaft
$119.99 each
ALSO AVAILABLE IN HUGE 1/5 SCALE
# Fit 24mm back hex wheel
# Width: 380mm/15inch
# Gear Ratio: 2.53:1
8mm axle output shaft
$299.99 FOR THE REAR/ $349.99 FOR THE FRONT





Worminator 6x6 Narrow Axle
# Width: 159mm/6.25inch (Axle Housing)
# 12mm Hex
*Comp MOA Axle
# Gear Ratio: 30:1
# Width: 193mm/7.60inch (Axle Housing)
# 12mm Hex
$139.99 each
*Competition Axle
# Gear Ratio: 40:1
# Width: 193mm/7.60inch (Axle Housing)
# 12mm Hex
$119.99

Narrow


MOA


Competition


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Per this thread: http://www.scale4x4rc.org/forums/sho...ht=axle+widths
Thanks to sloppy
Losi MRC 140mm/ 5.51 INCHES

Tamiya TLT 180mm 7.09 INCHES

Tamiya High-Lift 186mm 7.32 INCHES

Axial SCX 192mm 7.56 INCHES

Tamiya Jugg/TXT 260mm 10.2 INCHES


Thanks to hairba11

LT-1 is reported 6.6" from bearing to bearing 168MM

Highlift hilift is 6.875" bearing to bearing 175MM

wheelyking WK, Wheely King are around 8.125" bearing to bearing 206MM

Axial, AX-10, AX10, Scorpian are reported to be 7.0625" bearing to bearing 197MM

cc-01 xc-01 is 6.0625" bearing to bearing (rear axle) 154MM

TXT-1 is measured at 9.375" bearing to bearing 238MM

Clod clodbuster is also 9.375" bearing to bearing 238MM

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All of the information after this post, if accurate, will be added to the original 6 posts.
Please don't give false info. Future builds may rely on this thread.

This is going to be a long process. Please check back in a few days.

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I think it would be nice to add Metric and Standard measurements (inches)...so that we can tell at just a glance.

Alot of them give both measurements...but some do not


Also...there were 2 different width's of D35 axles....the first versions...and the newer ones.

I believe the first versions were the same as the D40's...but the newer ones are narrower.



I will post pics and measurements of the Beefy Bruiser Replica Axles that RC4WD used to make/sell...they've been discontinued for awhile though.
I've got a new set of them coming to me in the mail (maybe today even ! )


Thanks for compiling all of this in one place.

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what would you use for the suspension on the 1/18 T-Rex
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This is slow going for now. I'm busy with a few other things. Like I said, anything posted after my primary posts will get added to the originals. I'll, more than likely, save your pictures and host them myself. I have a few "how to" threads on various forums; they've been up for years. I want to make sure that the pictures stay up. I hate going through old threads and reading all the cool comments on specific work. It piques my interest so I look for pics but can't find any photo of what they were talking about.

I'd prefer not to necro-post just to find out.
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I added some color to the metric and standard measurements. I think the orange is a little hard to read. I'll probably change it to something that pops a bit more. THE COLORS HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH WHAT I THINK ABOUT THE ITEMS OR MEASUREMENTS.
If I use PINK, it doesn't mean that I think it's (use your imagination). It's simply another color to use.

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I think it would be nice to add Metric and Standard measurements (inches)...so that we can tell at just a glance.
That's what I had in mind. I just wanted to have all of the information first. But I guess it should be useful with the info it already has. I added color for an even quicker reference.

I can also convert all of the standard measurements to what you'd see on a ruler/tape measure. If there are requests for it, I'll do it. Not everyone can do contractors math in their head. lol
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I may not have noticed the measurements. If anyone knows, absolutely, what the input shaft measurements are, please post up.
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I'll also get around to sorting this list by SIZE.
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