The Traxxas Maxx has exploded in popularity because it’s a tough, yet manageable size monster truck, perfect for backyard bashers and those looking for an RC that can handle wild stunts. So it’s only natural for us to clear off the RC Driver workbench and start up another Traxxas full option part build featuring this beast. Like our other Traxxas accessory option parts builds, we’re simply showcasing what factory option parts are available from Traxxas so you can see up close the parts you might be interested in adding to your Traxxas Maxx 4S RC Monster Truck. Some parts are just for style, some improve performance and others bump up durability. This is our intro video where Greg will go over what parts you’ll see being installed in this series. The series will be broken down into many videos featuring just a few parts in each video so you can see them up close and how they are installed along with our thoughts on the parts. Do you need everything you see in these videos? No, these are to help you know more about each option part. Each video will have the parts listed, their part numbers and links to the parts so you can find more details and current pricing for what is showcased in the video descriptions. If there’s something we missed or you have a specific question about a part, please post it in the comments section and we’ll do our best to include it in the corresponding video.
Note: Not shown in this video; the standard servo horn and 17mm wheel nuts. They will be shown in their respective videos.
Part Number: 89076-4
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