Does anyone run without them? If so, do you remove it completely or cut off the posts? Not sure if it supports anything on the chassis or front end.
Why would you! Has a pretty good turning radius with the maximum travel steering stop
Last edited by 50togo; 03-14-2013 at 07:21 PM.
Just wondering .. Seems to limit a little bit, then I could set the radius by setting the servo up
Its needed for the A-arms hinge pins to rest on too...it may work well without it in place.
Rock n Rolla !
not an option I don't think , you have to have it there for the A Arm hinge pins like stated.
personally I wouldn't..
are you trying to get a tighter turning radius?
Would you go flip my truck back over??
The stops are in there for a reason, depending on which driveshafts you use there is a maximum drive angle on the joints. Plus as mentioned before the stop is part of the support structure for the rear pins on the lower front a-arms.
Thanks guys .. That's the conclusion I came too while inspecting it too. Wasn't sure if you could or not though.
I have the hitec7950 coming for the summit and Erbe today, so that should fix my servo problems without having to do anything else.
Should I waterproof these servos?
Last edited by buduck04; 03-15-2013 at 04:20 AM.