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Hot Racing Aluminum SCX10 Steering Knuckles (black) SCP2101



 
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List Price: $23.88
TCS Price: $21.99

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SKU32787

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Description
 
CNC-machined aluminum front knuckles for the Axial Ax10, SCX10

FEATURES:
CNC-milled 6061 aluminum construction.
Anodized Black with CNC engraved silver lining

YOU WILL RECEIVE:
Two front knuckle arms.
Four Green Screw Cap

REQUIREMENTS:
Installation onto vehicle.

SPECIFICATIONS:
length: 38.44 mm
height: 31.36 mm

COMMENTS:
These are an upgrade for AX10, SCX10

Accessories
STRC Axial SCX10 Aluminum Steering Knuckles (available in black, silver, and gun metal) STA80004 Hot Racing Aluminum SCX10 Steering Knuckles (black) SCP2101 Axial Racing Aluminum Knuckle Black (2 each) #AX30496

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STRC Axial SCX10 Aluminum Steering Knuckles STA80004

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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i really like these , but.... April 1, 2015
Reviewer: Fat kid from Boerne, TX United States  
Very well made product , extremely clean machining, and plating. Here is the but. I originally mounted the steering links ( chassis mounted servo ) using a bit of blue loc-tite. This worked out great until I took the deadbeat into the bigger rocks ( 10 + inch) and steeper walls.
The double stacked rod ends are a bit much for the 3mm hole. Solution is easy thread a longer bolt in from the bottom , creating a stud and put a nylock nut on the top. No steering bind and definitely rock solid steering now. 95% of use on this truck is rock crawling the same way I do a full size rig , lots of bad consequence. Standard mounting will work for most. The old deadbeat sees a lot of end over end rollovers and hard drops to a single corner. That is what I believe started to wear that mounting hole. Overall a great non high steer knuckle.

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strengthening crawlers June 5, 2014
Reviewer: Marvin Lyman from Washington, UT United States  
combineded with the alloy knuckles this upgrade strengthens the weak points on Axial crawler I have several and will continue as long as I builds crawlers

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