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  • ~Stock TimberWolf Link Measurements~

    Here are the lengths of rods you need to set up a Timberwolf with Trex60 axles(Not including rodends!)

    Front lowers 71-72mm
    Front uppers 63-64mm
    Rear lowers 49-50mm
    Rear uppers 33-34mm


    Those are all good measurements from a stock untouched Welded Timberwolf . That will put you right around 12.5-13" Depending upon how you choose to connect to the axle.

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    sweetI just bought the chassis, upperlink mounts, trex 60 axles and could not find the perfect measurement still waiting on the 110 scale shocks!

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    • #3
      so would it look weird if i used the 70.5mm links from axial in front and the other shorter ones for the four links in the front uppers and rear also for the bottom rear and uppers from the color kit? just wondering because its what i can afford to do right now?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by 13esp13 View Post
        so would it look weird if i used the 70.5mm links from axial in front and the other shorter ones for the four links in the front uppers and rear also for the bottom rear and uppers from the color kit? just wondering because its what i can afford to do right now?
        That would be a really short wheelbase and I bet it would look strange.

        I believe my lowers are 100mm eye to eye on my Twolf Axial setup.

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        • #5
          haha alright i just bought the recommended links!!! and looks alot better
          SIOUX FALLS RC CRAWLERS

          RUNNING WITH THE WOLFPACK!!!

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          • #6
            On roborg5000 twlf what are your links for the axial axles and what punisher shaft size, do you have the ax10 extended punisher shafts?
            Twolfjeep
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            Last edited by Twolfjeep; 03-10-2010, 07:07 AM.

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            • #7
              What length rod ends do I use with those link measurements?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by lan513 View Post
                What length rod ends do I use with those link measurements?
                Go with the Axial ones...they do the job well.
                He who fears the wolf, should not go to the forest.

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