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AXIAL Dingo 4 link

Discussion in 'Scale Truck Chat' started by CalebTheRCguy, Jan 4, 2016.

  1. CalebTheRCguy

    CalebTheRCguy Studio Forums Elite
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    Hey does anyone have a link to 4 link kits for the front and rear for an SCX10 Dingo.I need them to be aluminum. If it could be under $75, that would be great, but it can go over for the set. Thanks
     
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    Make your own links!
    They are fairly cheap to make!
    They are stronger, look better than the plastic stock ones and you can say You made them!
    @Y2daT has a link in his signature on how to make them, as well as Google, both will tell you what you need and how to make them!
    Also by making your own you can easily paint them whatever color you want, match your rig or accent it!!
    Good luck Bud!! Hope is helped you out some!
     
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    actually i no longer have the link in my signature but here you go ( the video is by Dribble )http://www.rcsparks.com/forum/threads/how-to-video-for-making-custom-links.3419/
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    and these are the length of stock dingo links ( the dingo wheelbase is 11.4" or 290mm )

    80mm front upper--- 80mm rear upper
    91mm front lower--- 91mm rear lower.
    the aluminum links with the ball ends are tougher then the ones with out them.
    Integy Links tend to wear quickly and bend easy ...
    axial metal links are good .
    and the vanquish ti links have good reviews but are over budget .
    there are several brands to choose from that are priced with in your budget ...
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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Axial-Scx10...237932?hash=item33a185e1ac:g:4koAAOSwqu9VOWX~
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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Axial-AX305...973909?hash=item46368dced5:g:-IgAAOSwpDdVBEDl
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    http://www.hobbyetc.com/item.cgi?part_id=92594
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    that is a few of them that i think are decent links ...
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    the only thing i dislike about the axial links are the hollow balls are plastic .. so just like the plastic links if you snug them to stop free play ..the links tend to want to bind .because the screw tension makes the hollow ball swell..... this is easily remedy'd by using traxxas steel hollow balls or other brand aluminum hollow balls ( 6mm )
     
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