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RPM Axle Carriers & Oversize Bearings (Blue): Revo, Slayer, T-Maxx, E-Maxx 16.8V
RPM Axle Carriers & Oversize Bearings (Blue): Revo, Slayer, T-Maxx, E-Maxx 16.8V

List Price: $34.95
Our Price: $22.99

Product Code: RPM80585


This is a set of RPM Axle Carriers/Steering Blocks in Blue for the Traxxas Revo 2.5, 3.3, E-Revo, Slayer, T-Maxx 2.5R, 3.3, and E-Maxx 16.8V trucks.  Oversized bearings are included.  These come with the RPM lifetime limited warranty.


  • Constructed of molded composite material, blue in color
  • Wall thickness around the pillow-balls has been increased by 40% eliminating split walls
  • Over 20% more material supports the pillow-balls, preventing them from pulling through
  • Redesigned reinforcing rib supporting tie rod mount
  • Redesigned boot lock tabs for easier removal of the silicone boots
  • Press-fit bearings in the carrier for reduced axle movement
  • Two-piece pillow-ball set screws use aluminum and Delrin for the ultimate in holding power under extreme situations

Two Axle Carriers/Steering Blocks
Two 12x21x5mm Inner Bearings
Two 6x15x5mm Outer Bearings
Four Aluminum Set Screws
Four Delrin Bushing Caps
Instruction Sheet

Installing on axles, no modifications required

Replacement Bearing Set, RPMC8570
Replacement Pillow-Ball Set Screws,  RPMC0800

Do not use the Traxxas #5356 Long Travel Rocker Arm Set with these Axle Carriers.  Doing so will void the RPM warranty.

Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Definitely recommend March 30, 2017
Reviewer: Peyton Johnson from Lincoln, MO United States  
I would recommend any RPM product. These not only look great on my truck but very durable and have a great warranty

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Not the bigest Fan March 29, 2017
Reviewer: Tim Adolfs from Superior, WI United States  
Looks good but the pivot ball screws on these are not fun they don't go in straight unless your real careful and take your time when screwing in the pivot ball set screws or you will strip them instantly .. that's the only problem I've had with theses

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