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RPM Upper & Lower Suspension Arms (2) (Black): T-Maxx 2.5, 2.5R, 3.3, E-Maxx
RPM Upper & Lower Suspension Arms (2) (Black): T-Maxx 2.5, 2.5R, 3.3, E-Maxx


 
Our Price: $7.99


Product Code: RPM80462
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Description
 

This is an RPM Black Upper and Lower Suspension A-Arm set for the Traxxas T-Maxx 2.5, 2.5R, 3.3, as well as the E-Maxx trucks.  These will also fit other trucks that came with the WideMaxx suspensions such as the SportMaxx and S-Maxx.  Included are one upper and lower suspension arm.  If you want enough to upgrade the whole truck, purchase a quantity of "4" sets of these.  As you can see in the picture, these look awesome, and the strength is incredible.  The RPM arms give you the strength of aluminum, at a fraction of the weight!  RPM guarantees these parts against breakage.  If you break one of these on your truck, just send it in to RPM for a free replacement.

FEATURES:

  • Black in color
  • Plastic construction

INCLUDES:
(1) Upper Arm
(1) Lower Arm
(2) RPM Decals

REQUIRES: Installation

SPECS:
Length: 5" (127mm)
Width: 3-1/8" (79mm)
Thickness: 0.33" (8.4mm)

Fits Traxxas T-Maxx 2.5, 2.5R, 3.3 (both model 4908 & 4909), and E-Maxx (both model 3905 & 3906)


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

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
RPM Upper & Lower Suspension Arms January 31, 2017
Reviewer: Ron from Newport, TN United States  
These suspension arms are truly what should have been used in the first place on the E-Maxx. They eliminate arm slop and make adjusting the turnbuckles, toe links and axle carriers so much easier. This in itself, allows the truck to track in a straight line so much easier; virtually eliminating the annoying side to side drift caused by loose and sloppy stock suspension arms.

The only thing with the RPM arms, is that if you upgrade the suspension pins to the e-clip style pins, you have to slightly grind down the width of the back of the lower front arms to accommodate the pins e-clip slot. I honestly don't think that this is a negative; just a part of the hobby you learn as you become more acquainted with tolerances of aftermarket parts.

Remember, don't grind down the front of the front bulk heads, as that would allow the suspension pin to drift back into the steering linkage causing the pin to collide with the linkage and thus cause steering binding.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
truck repair January 23, 2015
Reviewer: Tom McCann from Battleboro, NC United States  
Items & service great.

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