RPM Oversized Rear Hub Carriers for ECX Boost/Ruckus/Torment 2WD

Brand: RPM

Part Number: RPM73572

£10.44 Web Price RRP £10.99

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This is a pack of two optional RPM Oversized Rear Axle Carriers, intended for use with the ECX Torment, Ruckus, Boost and Circuit 1/10 scale 2WD vehicles.

These RPM Oversized Rear Axle Carriers are designed to solve several issues, the first and most obvious is bearing life. The stock 5x10mm bearings simply can’t handle the loads generated by these little monsters. RPM Oversized Rear Axle Carriers bump up the bearing size to 5x11mm bearings (not included). One millimeter in diameter may not seem like much but that little change nearly doubles all load and fatigue ratings over the stock bearing size! That means better performance, longer life and more time between maintenance periods.

Secondly, RPM designed these axle carriers to outlast, outperform and outshine the stock versions. Each set of RPM axle carriers is molded from their ultra-durable, world-renowned blend of engineering grade nylons to keep you rolling when everything else would have fallen apart! Their versions retain all stock geometry for a direct, no complications swap and are backed by our limited lifetime warranty against breakage. Bolt some American made muscle on your ride and you’ll get to the finish line every time!


  • RPM Oversized Rear Axle Carriers replace the stock rear axle carriers for both ECX1090 and ECX234000.
  • 5x11x4mm bearings are not included and are required for completion. Use: PTK-MR115ZZ.


  • Electrix RC Boost
  • Electrix RC Circuit
  • Electrix RC Ruckus
  • Electrix RC Torment

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