Do you own a Traxxas Stampede and wondered about adding a Slash body to fit the chassi of it? Maybe you read somewhere that this was possible and you wanted to find out about it for sure. Well, in this article we will go over everything you need to know about the Slash body and the Stampede body.
So will Traxxes’s Slash body fit the Stampede?
For the Slash body to fit the wheelbase and width specs for the Traxxas Stampede, but your slash may require some simple adjustments for the body to be adequately mounted. You may need to stretch the pede chassis about 1 -1/2 inches, or possibly modify the slash body itself. You can’t run away from adjustments if you want your stampede to look great.
Here are our top recommendations for the best slash body to fit the Stampede. You can find them by clicking here.
If you want to know more about the Traxxas Slash bodies, you will want to keep reading this article as well as check out this video.
Bodies that don’t fit the Traxxas Slash
- Nitro Savage or Maxx
The Nitro Savage or Maxx body will not work with the Slash body because they are a little too short. It is not just the wheelbase of the body itself though that makes it not work. The frames are only 17-19 inches long with a wheelbase of 11-12 inches.
Traxxas front and rear body mounts
This conversion kit is something that you will need if you are adding the front, and back body mount set for the Traxxas Slash 2WD, Stampede 2WD, and Rustler trucks. This includes front and rear body mounts with 6.5mm, 25mm, 38mm, and 52mm body post extension.
- Nylon construction
- Black in color
- One front body mount.
- One rear body mount.
- Two 52mm body post extensions
- Two 38mm body post extensions.
- Two 25mm body post extensions.
- Two 6.5mm body post extension.
Proline extended front and rear body mount for the Slash (2WD) is available here.
This is an expanded body mount kit with secure lock caps for the Slash 2wd and proline PRO-2 truck. Proline continues to innovate with more must-have accessories for your short course truck. The all-new proline body mount tools have adjustable body mounts, so you fit anybody on your vehicle perfectly, including rally car bodies.
Instead of just using the same old flimsy body clips that every time get lost and bent. The proline extended body mount kit includes a revolutionary screw on the body mounting system for a secure and robust mount every time. The finger will not get stabbed by those nasty clips any more with this system.
Just screw down the inserted setscrew into the body mount, keep the O-ring over the setscrew and mount your body as you normally would, but with the added safety security and stylish of innovative proline screw on body mounting system.
This is also a stock replacement for the extended body mount kit that is included with the proline
The PRO-2 SC truck kit is a kit sold by Proline that will work great to fit the slasher on your body.
- Utterly adjustable body mount so virtually anybody will fit perfectly.
- Innovative screw on body mounting system.
- High body mounts included fitting rally car bodies.
- It is made from ultra-durable nylon.
Fits on these cars:
- Traxxas Slash.
- Proline PRO-2 SC using pro tracks 6062-03.
- Rustler front mounts only.
- Nitro stampede
- Rustler electric VXL front mount only.
- Stampede electric VXL.
Adjustable height body mounts for the Traxxas Slash 4×4 and Stampede 4×4.
These body mounts are a must have and come with so many upsides to owning them. You can find them for a good price right here as well!
The RPM adjustable height body mounts for the Traxxas Slash 4×4 and Stampede 4×4 are designed to give you optional body height positions where stock left you none. The version of the Slash 4×4 body mount starts lower than share 1/8. You receive a pair of molded spacers to help you the option of a stock height body position using the thin spacer under the body mount. If monster suspension travel is needed or you just like the higher stance and larger wheel well openings a taller body mount provides, you can increase the height by 1/8 using the thicker of the two spacers. In extreme cases, both spacers may be used for a full ¼ of extra body height.
RPM body mounts are just plain sturdy. It would help if you engineered more massive ribs into the mounts to provide extra rigidity and support for the body while keeping weight to a minimum. Mold these body mounts in black from a proven sturdy blend of engineering-grade materials, which provides extra durability and impact resistance in the most extreme situations.
Ford F-100 pro touring street truck clear body
Do you have the need for speed? Then you will want to check out the new Ford F-100 pro touring body designed for slammer retro street truck racing. This old fashion F-100 pro touring body characteristics incredible scale information while being proportioned to cover the tires of your short course truck fully. Combine the body with Proline 2.8 road rage tires mounted on F-11 2.8 wheels to get the ultimate in scale retro street style and performance.
The Ford F-100 pro touring body is a single cab truck with the iconic old school grill, headlight, and taillight detail that you have come to expect from proline. The organization has a built-in rear spoiler. Transform your short course truck into a real street killer with the new proline Ford F-100 pro touring body today, and you will have a great experience.
You must remember that this body is full of a natural short course body, and the track width needs to be dusted to fit your kit.
If you have stock arms, use the Stampede 4*4 offset 2.8 wheels. If you have pro track arms, use the electric Stampede rear 2.8 wheels.
If you want to use standard short course wheels and tires, you will need to have the pro track arms and pairs with the Slash rear wheel to increase the track width of your truck. This will force your wheels out to match the width of the fenders.
The Traxxas Slash body fits stampede, in situations where measurements are not perfect due to different sizes. When this happens, you may need to do some trimming, or adjustments so that your truck may look great. If you have the knowledge and skill to make some modifications, you don’t need an engineer.
Some people have tried doing it on their own, and it was successful. That is part of the fun of these machines. If it does not look right, you can simply keep making adjustments until you get the desired outcome for your RC car. There are many different types of adjustments you can make, and if you are having fun when you make them, then in reality it doesn’t even matter what the vehicle looks like,