RPM Rear A-Arms For Traxxas 1/16 Slash 4X4 And Similar Vehicles

RPM Rear A-Arms For Traxxas 1/16 Slash 4X4 And Similar Vehicles

Help strengthen your 1/16 Traxxas ride with these new RPM rear arms that fit popular Traxxas vehicles like the Slash 4X4, Ken Block Gymkhana Fiesta, Ford Mustang Boss 302, and Kyle Busch Race Replica. Check out the press release below for more info:

Following the successful launch of RPM front A-arms a month prior, RPM rear A-arms for the 1/16th Slash 4×4 chassis (see tech notes below) are here. RPM rear A-arms follow all of the same indestructible characteristics our customers have come to expect from RPM parts. Our rear A-arms eliminate nearly all of the A-arm slop found in stock components, which allows camber, caster and toe angle settings to be more firmly fixed in position. The result: A smoother, more consistent suspension system with a significantly reduced tendency for the vehicle to randomly wander while driving.

Unique to RPM suspension arms is our angled leading and trailing edges. We incorporate a 30-degree bevel in these areas, which reduces the chance of breaking suspension parts since the A-arm will naturally try to transition over objects instead of bluntly plowing into them.

RPM rear A-arms for the Traxxas 1/16th scale Slash 4×4 are sold in sets of four – including both upper and both lower a-arms. RPM 1/16th scale Slash 4×4 A-arms, like all RPM molded products, are backed by our industry-leading warranty against breakage for worry-free operation.

Suggested Retail Price: $14.95 / set

#80672 Black Rear A-arms
#80675 Blue Rear A-arms
#80679 Red Rear A-arms

Tech Notes: These RPM A-arms fit all of the following Traxxas 1/16th scale models: Slash 4×4, F-150 Raptor SVT, Ford Fiesta, Ken Block Gymkhana, Ford Mustang Boss 302, Kyle Busch Race Replica & Rally VXL.

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Updated: July 21, 2015 — 4:21 PM
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