Who made Ball Bearing Bellcrank Kits for the RC10?

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Who made Ball Bearing Bellcrank Kits for the RC10?

Post by msedsp » Sat May 23, 2009 5:42 am

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?

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Re: Who made Ball Bearing Bellcrank Kits for the RC10?

Post by Charlie don't surf » Sat May 23, 2009 7:52 am

RPM, MIP, Houge, Hot Trick, A&L and a few more
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Re: Who made Ball Bearing Bellcrank Kits for the RC10?

Post by aconsola » Sat May 23, 2009 11:40 am

losi/rps
there are several modern dirt-oval companies which still make bellcranks that are very similar to the originals.

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Re: Who made Ball Bearing Bellcrank Kits for the RC10?

Post by matteo » Sat May 23, 2009 5:39 pm

Who else is still making them? Which dirt oval guys...need more info. :D

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Re: Who made Ball Bearing Bellcrank Kits for the RC10?

Post by aconsola » Sat May 23, 2009 8:25 pm

www.kippshobbies.com
(still using old-school frames for html, so no direct link)
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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Re: Who made Ball Bearing Bellcrank Kits for the RC10?

Post by Charlie don't surf » Sun May 24, 2009 2:49 am

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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