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Old 12-09-2010, 03:00 PM   #1
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Default Does RPM make front axle carriers for Slash 4x4? (Not A-Arms)

I have a Slash 4x4 that's missing the parts that mount on the end of the front A-Arms. It's the part that the drive shaft goes to, that also mounts the axle for the wheel.

I don't mean the A-arms, I've got those. But the part that goes between the A-Arm and the wheel, if you will. Front only, for a Slash 4x4.

I looked thru RPM's website, and saw every suspension part (including rear "bearing carrier"), but no front "bearing carrier", if that's what they are called. Odd that RPM would make the rear ones, but not the front ones.

Did I just goof in my search? Does RPM make these front carriers?
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Yep, that's where I looked. Also on all the Slash 4x4 pages. As I said, couldn't find them there.

Did I just goof in my search? Or does RPM really not make them?
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Yep, that's where I looked. Also on all the Slash 4x4 pages. As I said, couldn't find them there.

Did I just goof in my search? Or does RPM really not make them?
The sensible conclusion should be that if they don't list them then they don't make them.
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