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Old 11-19-2011, 12:06 AM
kderacing kderacing is offline
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I found a solution somewhere I read about someone using a zip tie and I tried this. It works really well and I think the flexibility of it prevents the steering arms from breaking or tearing up the servo. Simply take a wide zip tie cut it to length and then make the holes with an exacto knife. Truck wheels still hit the foam padding on the rails but haven't had any problems since switching to these. It also has a secondary advantage which is steering adjustment since you're creating the links you can shorten them or lengthen them to get the steering angle you want.
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