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    red camber rods?

    Does anyone know if there are some red aluminum camber rods/turnbuckles for the p4de?

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    3741x is the 4 pieces kit with wrench

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    I would not use aluminum for those especially if you run RPM arms.

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    gotta use rpm arms. lol. why not use those rods with rpm arms?

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    Aluminum is stiff and more brittle than steel. RPM arms are more flexible than stock. The aluminum links will be asked to accept a heavier share of any impacts if using the RPM arms.

    Why "gotta use rpm arms"? I have not found them to be a necessity on any of my trucks.
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    RPM is more flexible and more durable. If you don't like the flexibility as much as the increased durability, it's simply a downgrade for you.
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    i got hooked on rpm arm with my revo. didn't take long to start snapping stock arms..driver error... lol. but after i bought a set of rpm arms and boiled them before installing them. havent broke another one since. and i am anything but gentle with my trucks.

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