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 Who made Ball Bearing Bellcrank Kits for the RC10? 
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Joined: Thu May 14, 2009 4:54 am
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Location: Mid-Michigan
Want something better than the stcok servo saver in my goldpan and was wondering who (besides associated-have had 0 luck finding any) made ball bearing bellcrank steering kits for the RC10?


Sat May 23, 2009 5:42 am
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Location: nextdoor to MrLexan and far enough away from Scr8p, but too far from Al and too close to Lowry USA!!
RPM, MIP, Houge, Hot Trick, A&L and a few more

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Sat May 23, 2009 7:52 am
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losi/rps
there are several modern dirt-oval companies which still make bellcranks that are very similar to the originals.


Sat May 23, 2009 11:40 am
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Who else is still making them? Which dirt oval guys...need more info. :D


Sat May 23, 2009 5:39 pm
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www.kippshobbies.com
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products>chassis>kipps first one on top is what you want.
also products>chassis>putnam these are more expensive, and the standoffs are separate(I think they come in different heights?)


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Location: nextdoor to MrLexan and far enough away from Scr8p, but too far from Al and too close to Lowry USA!!
Standoff height is determined by placing the "hex" portion of the aluminum on the top or bottom
of the bellcrank, and the Putnam ones won't work on a older car because they have a fore/aft
hole system for ackerman & bump steer that will connect with the rc10 front bulkhead when turned

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