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    So I broke a toe link....

    I'm debating on just buying a set of more composite ones, or spending the money on the aluminum ones. Will the aluminum ones really out last ~5 sets of composite links?

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    i bought the gpm stainless steel ones.... they are awesome..... the stock ones are cool, but htey aren't adjustable

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo74 View Post
    i bought the gpm stainless steel ones.... they are awesome..... the stock ones are cool, but htey aren't adjustable
    Looks like the ends are plastic still... Mine cracked across one of the eyes, which makes sense considering they seem to be the weak point.

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    HR are all metal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RC-Fan View Post
    HR are all metal.
    I take it 1/16 Erevo parts fit the summit? All I know is the different rear A-arms.

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    Yes they fit, front arms the same, larger rockers on summit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RC-Fan View Post
    Yes they fit, front arms the same, larger rockers on summit.
    Cool, thanks. I'll be picking up these this next week before I manage to break more

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    actually, those rear arms were an optional upgrade part on the merv long befoer the summit was released

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    I have the Aluminium Toe Links and Pushrods and I can say that they are so much better than the stock ones. they've never broken, and I've had them on for almost a month. It could be that I just take it easy on the truck (I haven't really found any big jumps around here, so far... ), but the Toe Links keep the truck straighter than the stock ones at speed, no doubt about that.

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