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    Default New solid axle monster available soon.


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    Our latest project to be available soon from Outlaw Hobby.

    Highlights of new Outlaw Hobby "Felon" Monster Truck.

    Construction:
    All aluminum major components.
    1. Aluminum knuckles
    2. Aluminum chassis
    3. Aluminum 4 links

    Chassis:
    1. Aluminum motor mount
    2. Adjustable 4 link positions on chassis and axles
    3. Single or dual battery capability.
    4. 540,550 and most 1/8 scale motors will fit.

    Axles:
    1. Adjustable camber
    2. E-Revo differentials
    3. Easy access to diff ( change out in under 5 minutes)
    4. Dual servo steering
    5. Adjustable shock mount positions
    6. Adjustable 4 link mounting positions
    6. Fits clod rims





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    now that is something to drool and want
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    Dual servos, lots of aluminum! What tranny? Will it be a kit with or without tires?
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    E revo tranny. The other details are still being worked out. Hoping to have it be a roller that you choose your own preference of electronics.


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    That looks freaking awesome!
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    This will be on my list of gotta have!!!

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    Congratulations, Mike!! This truck looks incredible. I'm loving the axles and excellent tranny choice.
    1) Does this mean you will be selling E-Revo/Summit/E-Maxx tranny mounts?
    2) Can the truck be purchased without a tranny (for those who already have them)?
    3) Will the axles be available separately at a later date (Christmas)?
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    Looks great Mike!

    Kinda hard to tell but it looks like the brushess Emaxx trans in there since the motor is on the other side of the spur. But X2 on the trans mounts, hope you sell them separately.
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    time to celebrate because this is awesome news

    Congratulations to Hesse Machine and Outlaw Hobbies
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    Thanks Mike for giving us a real looking monster truck instead of independent suspension or re-tired crap.
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    Thank you for all the kind words and enthusiasm!

    Everyone should thank Kevin hetmanski, it is his base design on the axles. My partner in this project purchased the right to produce them. We made some slight changes but the base design is his idea! You can find his original artical in rc caraction a few years back. We are hoping this pans out well. Josh from Outlaw Hobby and myself are trying very hard right now to trim the fat on the project and get this out at the best price we can while offering the best quality product at the same time. I will try to keep up answering questions and getting out the details as we progress.
    Thanks again and we are very excited about this project!


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    I'm more interested in what is being used for differentials. I hope something really beefy...


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    E-revo diffa are being used.


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    Yeah baby!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKRacing37 View Post
    I'm more interested in what is being used for differentials. I hope something really beefy...
    On FBook Mike said it had traxxas innards,
    Hesse Machine The hub is custom but based of t-max 2.5. The diff is the current e-revo diff.

    Hesse Machine No the drive axles are the tmaxx2.5 axles and stub axles also. Readily available also. That's why we chose those parts to use.
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    Thanks bill!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mhesse View Post
    Thanks bill!


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    no prob

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    Keep us posted on price and availability. I just might have to get one.

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    Awesome axles
    They remind me of the old clayton axles
    I cant wait to see more pictures

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    I agree! Kevin built some of my favorite monster trucks of all time. Here's a set of axles I made for myself that are based off of his design.
    By the way, whats Kevin doing after the magazine business?

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