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Old 11-23-2011, 03:41 PM
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Ive been wondering if these whould fit the Rc8tce rear turnbuckles i know i can ream them out a little to fit if the hole is to small . They look similar to the Rc8t rear camber links . I tried boiling the rc8t rear camber links in water and they still bend it causes to the supension to tighten up.
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Old 11-23-2011, 03:53 PM
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heres the pic of them.
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Anybody know ?
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Old 11-24-2011, 07:20 PM
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Have no idea if they fit TC but you can find them pretty cheap on Ebay so buying a pair to find out really won't hurt your wallet, that way you get the ball ends too.
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Have no idea if they fit TC but you can find them pretty cheap on Ebay so buying a pair to find out really won't hurt your wallet, that way you get the ball ends too.

thanks yea there worth a try they look like the same leagth as the RC8TCE rear camber links . Im thinking also why the rc8t rear camber ball links are flexing still even though i boiled them im using plastic rear hubs insend of alum ones that could be it.
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I was reading the rc8t thread yesterday and it seems on like pg 47 or so someone mentioned they were gonna use them
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Originally Posted by tc5 man View Post
thanks yea there worth a try they look like the same leagth as the RC8TCE rear camber links . Im thinking also why the rc8t rear camber ball links are flexing still even though i boiled them im using plastic rear hubs insend of alum ones that could be it.
Boiling the plastic tends to soften it that could be why they are flexing, I've never boiled anything on my Mugen and never had a problem.
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Originally Posted by Slider30250 View Post
Boiling the plastic tends to soften it that could be why they are flexing, I've never boiled anything on my Mugen and never had a problem.


They have even more flex if you dont boil them. I thought boiling plastic makes it stiffer they felt like they got stiffer with just a little bit of flex

Im thinking its because im using plastic rear hubs and it seems to do it when you use 2- rear camber not so much when using 1- camber on the rear. The issue is theres not much treads on the turnbuckles and the ball ends are longer which go in pretty far when you add camber.

But the odds of it its because im using rear plastic hubs which tend to flex more .

I can bet the camber ball ends on the Mugen have stiffer plastic.

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