Hot Racing Arrma 4x4 Aluminum Bearing Steering Bellcrank (Black)

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Hot Racing Arrma 4x4 Aluminum Bearing Steering Bellcrank (Black)
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Hot Racing Arrma 4x4 Aluminum Bearing Steering Bellcrank.  

Features:

  • Improves steering precision
  • CNC machined aluminum with ball bearings provides a rigid, strong steering assembly for precise steering control
  • Replaces Arrma plastic AR340132 steering bellcrank
Fits: 
  • Big Rock 4X4 3S BLX: AR102711
  • Granite 4X4 3S BLX: AR102666
  • Granite 4X4: AR102665 (green), AR102676 (red)
  • Senton 4X4: AR102667 (red), AR102678 (blue)
  • Senton 4X4 3S BLX: AR102668
  • Typhon 4X4 3S BLX: AR102696
  • Outcast 4X4 4S BLX ARA102692
  • Kraton 4X4 4S BLX ARA102690

This product was added to our catalog on July 31, 2020

Jordan Race
Verified Owner
Monday, Dec 25 2023 (6 months ago)
Hot Racing Arrma 4x4 Aluminum Bearing Steering Bellcrank (Black)
It’s running great in my Kraton 4S BLX (the first version), I find the steering is much tighter than it used to be. It fits pretty snug and firm on the steering posts. I love how it uses actual bearings. They prevent a lot of wear and tear over time, just remember to oil them and clean them every once in a while. The stock design is awful, it’s just plastic rubbing on the metal steering posts. I used mine so much it wore down the actual steering posts. After replacing the steering posts, this fit perfectly and I had no real issues throwing it in. The only part I didn’t like was finding which one of the four holes to use at the one end. Each hole sets the toe of the front wheels and I wasn’t sure which one I should use so I used the one that held the wheels pointing as straight as possible. I don’t use it for any bashing so I don’t know if it does in that aspect, but on road with limited crashes, it’s holding up really nicely