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  1. #1
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    aluminum drag link

    Is this still being made, cant seem to locate it online to purchase it.

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    XO-1 #4...

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    i cant find them either. i have emailed high gear rc like 10 times with no response.maybe he is in jail for tax fraud

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAYLORSWIFT View Post
    i cant find them either. i have emailed high gear rc like 10 times with no response.maybe he is in jail for tax fraud
    You mean these
    http://m.ebay.com/itm/High-Gear-RC-A....c100408.m2460

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    SWEET! thank you

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    I did a mod to my stock unit.
    I used a 1/2 low angle drill and counter sunk the step screw into the drag link.
    Then you can use both the screw and screw head to reduce the sloppy stock setup.
    I also used a low tip angle drill to remove some material in the chassis mount to "shim" and reduce slack.

    Works great and Its free.
    5 minute job.

  7. #7
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    Cool! Thanks for the tip. Pictures?

  8. #8
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    I can do a diy.
    The problem is not plastic vs aluminium.
    Its that the hole is a bit to big making a small longitud sloppy action .
    And the head of the screw is to far above the top surface.
    So it got diagonal flex also.

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