3D printed RC truck V3: Driven front axle
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I'm finally happy with how this came out so here it is!
Driven front axle ment for the new AWD system, complete with differential and yet again tweaked suspension linkages for less bumpsteer/flexsteer.
I've chosen to up the version number on the truck as the AWD system required both suspension and frame changes to fit and work.
You can check out the assembly video for this over at my youtube
Note the x at the end of some filenames, that indicates how many you need of it.
6x Countersunk M3 screws 8mm-ish
14x M3x10(Longer can work but won't look good)
7x m3 nuts
8x 6700ZZ or equivelant bearing(15x10x4mm)
8x M3x8 grubscrews
Edit 2016-07-24: After several tests I've chosen to updated axle_front_top.stl, I highly recommend reprinting this one as it will make it A LOT easier to assemble the suspension linkage.
For more V3 parts, check out my V3 collection:
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3d hubs: https://www.3dhubs.com/malm%C3%B6/hubs/mrcrankyface
Some of these parts will require support like the outer part of the axle housings and similar.
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