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    Ken block fiesta suspension help?/advice

    Ok so im new to the rc cars and need some help identifying a part that is cracked.
    as well as where to find parts such as wheels?tires? skid plates?

    here is a link to the picture of what i need replaced
    http://s768.photobucket.com/albums/x...t=IMG_0044.jpg

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    there knuckles but you'll need the spacer too.

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    Get these all the way around: http://www.toadztoyz.com/TRAXXAS/116...-p9222527.html

    Check your LHS most are stocking these parts now since they are so popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcolicab View Post
    Get these all the way around: http://www.toadztoyz.com/TRAXXAS/116...-p9222527.html

    Check your LHS most are stocking these parts now since they are so popular.
    so this will replace what i broke? will i nee anything else to add to those knuckles?
    thanks for your help.

    also any advice on skid plates? and wheels?

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    http://www.toadztoyz.com/Aluminum-Kn...-p8248506.html

    will these work in replacement of the plastic ones so i dont have this problem again

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    Both will work. I have not heard yay or nay about the Hot Racing Aluminum ones. The RPM one's come highly recommended from a lot of people on the forums. I use them as well .

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    I have the rpm ones on all four corners of my kb and love it
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    You dont need the aluminum ones although Ive heard good things about the Hot Racing knuckles. Get the RPM plastic versions and youll be very happy. They include everythign you need to fix what youve broken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emaxxmasher View Post
    there knuckles but you'll need the spacer too.
    what spacer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by new2drift View Post
    will i nee anything else to add to those knuckles?
    thanks for your help.
    You will need a standard .050" allen wrench. The kit does not come with one although it should for $13.

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    ok i ordered the rpm's thanks for all the help.

    any clue on skid plates and wheels tires what not?

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    I have the aluminum rear in my block seems like everyone breaks the knuckles i broke mine when i was drifting and caught a crack in the driveway. you are like the 4th or 5th person i know of that broke one.

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    Broke stock knuckles too. Now have red rpm's and they are great.
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    yea they are very poorly made lol. even the knuckles on my stampede are crappy.
    Any body RC in the south fl area?

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