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Old 10-24-2012, 01:49 AM   #1
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Default Team Associated A arm play

I have an associated rc8t CE with a about 2 gallons or a season on it. since it was new when i put it together the rear right A arm has had about a 1mm play in it. it hasnt got any worse since new, it also hasnt got better. at first i thought it was the dot inserts and it happens to be the arm. the forward hole is egg shaped slightly allowing the arm to move a bit.
i got a new set of arms to try and the new set also had a slight amount of play. is this normal. when i drive it i cant notice it moving. i would think the toe degree would be changing slightly on that corner.

is this something to be concerned about and maybe purchase and try a second set of rear arms. or is this just my ocd.
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