RPM Slash 4x4 Revolver Short Course Wheel Pink RPM82337

RPM Slash 4x4 Revolver Short Course Wheel Pink RPM82337
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This is a pair of RPM Front/Rear Revolver Short Course Wheels in Pink for the Traxxas Slash 4x4 and 2WD. The most popular RPM wheel, the Revolver, is now available in a Short Course version (2.2" - 3.0"). RPM Revolver Short Course wheels are built tough, like all RPM products, look incredible, and have an all-new drive system that is built to withstand some serious power.

The RPM "Spline Drive" system is radically different than the standard hex drive. A hex is easy to machine and easy to manufacture, which is why it is so commonly used. However, splines are tougher and stronger, which is why they're used in full-sized driveline components. All standard hex style adapters push out and up every time rotational force is applied to the adapter, which is a huge reason why so many hex-style adapters spin. RPM Spline Drives direct the rotational force of the axle in a near perpendicular direction, making the likelihood of a spun adapter virtually non-existent!

Additionally, the Spline Drive has almost twice the amount of drive surface area versus a standard 12mm hex adapter and over 2.5 times the thickness at the most critical drive point of the adapter, the point that, if it fails, a standard hex adapter will spin.

RPM Revolver Short Course wheels are sold in pairs (spline drive adapters are included in each package), and backed by RPM's industry-leading breakage warranty for unsurpassed strength and durability.

This product was added to our catalog on July 3, 2018

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Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 (5 weeks ago)
RPM 12mm Spline Drive "Revolver" Short Course Wheels (Pink) (2) (Slash Rear)
User error more than anything for not looking at them first, especially since I spent a few minutes to clean them before gluing, but these DO NOT have air holes in them, you WILL need to drill them yourself. Again, my own fault for not paying attention, but this is the first time I've encountered this issue, and it'd be nice to not have to worry something like that.