Brand: RPM

Part Number: RPM73832

£12.34 Web Price RRP £12.99

Out of stock : Expected October 24th

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RPM Steering Knuckles for the Axial SCX10 are designed for the hardcore trailblazer that needs strength and durability to get them through the rugged backwoods without failing. RPM Steering Knuckles will do just that and more! Each knuckle has be designed for strength and we do that by first, beefing up the steering arm. We eliminated weak points by ditching the unnecessary inner tie rod hole and increasing the amount of material around the remaining tie rod hole. We then increased the size of the steering arm supporting ribs, making the steering arm nearly indestructible. We also increased the amount of material around the king pin bolt holes for added muscle and stability.

Our sole focus wasn’t only on strength, we added clearance on the steering arm for the C-Hub retaining screw, allowing more steering throw without having to swap out to pricey C-Hubs or high-clearance steering knuckles. We also eliminated the slop in the king pin bolt holes by 0.005” (.13mm), improving steering accuracy and consistency.

Each set of RPM SCX10 Steering Knuckles is sold in pairs and are molded from our ultra tough blend of engineering grade nylons. Made in the USA and backed by our limited lifetime warranty against breakage, you can’t go wrong with RPM protecting your trail ride!

Tech Notes: RPM SCX10 Steering Knuckles replace stock Axial #AX80004.

  • Replaces stock Axial #AX80004
  • Stronger and more durable
  • Color: : Black
  • Hop-Ups & Optional: : Knuckles
  • Material: : Engineering grade nylons
  • Size/Scale: : 1/10

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