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THE Cub Report, King Cubby

ASK Cub Reporter, 06.27.2013, Version- You Write In, I Take …

Hello, I was reading your review on the Pro Track suspension kit for the Slash 2wd. You said that the drawback is you have to use their ( Pro Track ) rims. Why is that? Do yo need extra clearance? Can you replace the a arms and still use other wheels? Thanks Michael Y Cubby– Hey now Mikeee Y, thanks for taking the time [...]

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Pro-Line Racing Tuned Traxxas Rustler VXL

How To Uber-Out Your Traxxas Rustler with Pro-Line Hop-ups

The Traxxas Rustler VXL is an extremely popular bash machine, but like any truck, with the right parts its performance can be raised to an entirely new level. The crew over at Pro-Line just did a hop-up article on the Traxxas Rustler showing you how to “Uber-Out” your truck. Taking the Rustler from mild to wild, they show you all [...]

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protrac stampede

Pro-Line ProTrac System for Traxxas Stampede

Pro-Line is really starting to spread out across platforms with their ProTrac Suspension Kit. Their latest kit is for the Traxxas Stampede. The kit comes with wider front and rear arms giving your truck a little wider stance, also camber and steering links. The arms are also thicker than stock, and that makes us bashers smile. The kit will run [...]

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protrac suspension

Pro-Line ProTrac Kit for Slash 4×4 – Official Release

A while back we got a Sneak Peak of the Pro-Line ProTrac Suspension Kit for the Slash 4×4. Well it’s no official, with some less sneaky looking pictures. The kit will include longer Front and Rear suspension arms. ProTrac wheels that keep you ROAR Legal width and new longer turnbuckles. Sounds like a good kit for $50. Pro-Line has also [...]

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Pro-Line premounted street fighter sc tires

Pro-Line offers up some new premounts

I know we’re all thinking it, but I’m just going to come out and say it.  Premounted tires take all the fun out of the hobby.  I remember as a youngster spending much of my free time with a big bottle of glue and a stack of tires and wheels, putting them all together.  Actually, most of my memories of [...]

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