Scale Steel Punisher Shaft (100mm - 130mm / 3.94" - 5.12") 5mm

Scale Steel Punisher Shaft (100mm - 130mm / 3.94" - 5.12") 5mm

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Part Number:Z-S0209

Scale Steel Punisher Shaft (100mm - 130mm / 3.94" - 5.12") 5mm

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Smaller in diameter, Heavy Duty Steel Material and now available in black!



Specifications:
  • Smooth internal Spline
  • Heavyduty Uni-Joint
  • Scale 11mm mainshaft diameter
  • Shaft travel: compact 100mm, fully extended 130mm (30mm total travel)
  • Industrial Grade Steel
  • Made to fit 5mm Output Shaft

What's Included:

  • 1x Scale Steel Punisher Shaft (100mm - 130mm / 3.94" - 5.12") 5mm

Notes:

  • This Fits Trail Finder 2 Z-K0042 "Disc" (Front and Rear)
  • Fits RC4WD Trail Finder 2 Truck Kit w/Mojave II Body Set (Z-K0049)
  • Fits Honcho front only
  • Please make sure to use a medium Threadlock on the set Screws.
  • Fits Gmade Sawback (Front/Rear)

This will direct fit the Axial Honcho and replace the stock plastic front and rear driveshafts.

To find out which Punisher Shaft fit which truck, click here to see a comparison chart.


Click here for instructions on How to Measure for Proper Driveshaft Length and Compatibility.

5 Stars
Mr
Wery well built and scale looking. They do fit the honcho back but there is only 10mm of splines being used.
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Reviewed by:  from England. on 12/15/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Josh
I got these to replace the stock shafts on my TF2, and they look great and have performed well. Adding them gives you plenty of additional weight down low, these shafts are huge which is great. You'll have to make sure you get the appropriate length for your truck especially if you are running a very tall suspension resulting in a large angle between your transfer case and your axle, as the joints on these do not perform well at extreme angles, and will lock up or click if not used properly. I've ran them almost daily for almost 3 months in harsh winter conditions including snow, water, plenty of mud, sand, clay, & dirt, and lots of rock crawling. They've suffered almost no external damage, however the joints have over time become worn down by tough conditions such as sand, wheel hop & torque, and will eventually give out, thus I will be replacing them soon. These will easily last 100+ hours through of some of the toughest conditions, and much, much longer if you are gentle or don't play in the mud & sand.
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Reviewed by:  from British Columbia, Canada. on 3/19/2017
5/5

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