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Old 02-20-2009, 03:12 PM   #1
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My local hobby shop is completely out of the ZX-5 front tie-rods. Anyone know of a replacement for me to get by until my Lunsfords get in? I`m trying my damndest to make my first race tomorrow. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Associated ones will work, but make sure you use brand new ball cups. If use ballcups that have already been threaded onto the stock 3mm kyosho stuff, the Associated one will pull out. Fresh ball cups will hold non metric tie rods with out any issues. I have Losi XX lunsfords on my RB5 for now with no issues.
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