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  1. #1
    RC Racer
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    RPM camberlinks VS VXL pede camber links

    I have a set of both but was wondering which is stronger and a better choice? Or what your opinions are on both?

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    I like the vxl camber links
    The adjustability takes it over the top

    I do not like the aluminum ones though.. They snap easy

    But Rpms are fine
    Slash 2wd, Slash 4x4, 30th digger, Rustler VXL

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    I am running the vxl now just replaced my rpm links last night and was having fun adjusting them so the wheels were correct.

    I went through 3 sets of the aluminum links and will never buy them again

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    agree, the flashy aluminum ones are weak. I like the Traxxas steel links.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironruger View Post
    I am running the vxl now just replaced my rpm links last night and was having fun adjusting them so the wheels were correct.

    I went through 3 sets of the aluminum links and will never buy them again
    Jeez I purchased all aluminum links for both front and back, hopefully they will resist, then yesterday I saw the traxxas vxl steel ones and I think I will have to buy them, cheaper too by the looks of it....
    I looked at the flm heavy duty , with no adjustment only at 9$ the set (interesting but look bulky though) not sure how they will fit
    Live life to the fullest

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    Hey guys, take a look at Lunsford for your steering and camber links. They are titanium and have lifetime warranty. They sell a kit for p2de. If you have protrac arms then you can purchase the correct sizes you need. They are pricey, like $10 per link. Well worth it. I have broke the traxxas alloy and bent the traxxas steel. Haven't had any issues with Lunsford. I use the 4mm Lunsford links. Peace


    Sent from Oser world

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    RC Racer
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    The aluminum links are supposed to be strong but I hit a 1ft jump landed and snapped the front links. The steel vxls seem to be a lot more sturdy and the rpm links are nice but not adjustable

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