There have been lots of comments throughout our Traxxas Maxx videos that we need the WideMaxx suspension kit. It must be installed. No! It is not absolutely necessary. The Maxx is a blast as is and as you learn to drive it, you will hone your skills. The WideMaxx kit does have its benefits though, it widens the truck by 20mm on each side. A wider truck will be more stable through the rough and when jumping. So yes, it will be easier to drive, but we highly suggest getting used to your truck with stock suspension so when you go wide, you’ll be able to wheel the truck better. With that said, in this video, Greg goes through the steps of swapping out the suspension to the new WideMaxx kit and installs the wide steel constant velocity driveshafts and wide Tubes toe-links. Remember our truck is already modified with options so it may look different than a stock truck, but you’ll get the idea. Also, there is a little audio noise here and there in the video. We apologize, but Greg’s cell phone next to the mic caused audio interference.
Option Parts Shown
Traxxas WideMaxx Suspension Kit- 8995X https://snp.link/e3d87bfa
Traxxas Steel CV Driveshaft Set (wide)- 8996X https://snp.link/12d404be
Traxxas Tubes Toe-Links (wide)- 8997R https://snp.link/c503c1b5
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