Has anyone else noticed a substantial amount, several mm of slop in the steering and suspension parts? I have several mm's of play in my front end just from slop and this makes the truck wander a lot at high speeds (running 4S on a 2400kV with 17/54 gearing on 4.9" tall trenchers).
I put some tefflon tape on the barrel screws that go in each end of the that tie bar for the bell crank as there was a HUGE amount of slop from that, but there's still a fair amount of slop from the suspension pins and ball ends.
How are the RPM captured ball ends? Are they a tighter fit then the stocker's? None of these components should be warn out, I"ve driven the truck about 30~40 runs from brand new.