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    hows in the club for breaking a rear a arm?

    so out to day with two stockers in paralel drited full speed in to a curb side way/revers
    and split the upper a arm (the front of the arm just before the cross brace mets up)

    so.. hows in the club for breaking this parts?
    an do i need to go to rpm? its been a year with
    the stockers so far and this is the first break.
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    I never had a car in which the stock arms had such a long life as in my Mustang. I remember thinking about getting RPM, but in this case it never came that far. I wonder if I would like the little more flex the RPMs will have. I'd just go for another stock one if I would break one.
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    Can someone translate the OP?

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    My Mustang/Slash has not broken any stock arms. You can go to RPM if you want but I believe the stockers are strong enough and are protected a bit by the body.
    And the word you are looking for is "Who's" not "How's."
    The Super Derecho

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    ^^^^ yes thank you dg

    ya i ca glued the arm back togheter and no more problems
    but what is puzzeling me in the only way the a arm could of snaped was for the top of the axle carrier to torque way back away from the car

    what do you need translated?
    my mind is a safe but yet a vacum.... lol
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