RC Screwz Team Losi 22 Stainless Steel Screw Kit

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This is an optional RCScrewz Stainless Steel screw kit for the Team Losi 22. RCScrewz Stainless Screw Kits are 100% complete. Your new kit will include everything needed to do a full conversion and more. Stainless Steel Screw Kits are far superior to the screws that come stock with your RC. RCScrewz kits are made with the best stainless steel money can buy. No more bent, rusted, or corroded screws. Never worry about stripped heads again. You will not find a better screw kit for your RC at any price and RCScrewz Guarantee's it. If for any reason your not 100% satisfied with your kit, return your screw kit to RCScrewz and they will send you a full refund for the price of the kit.

All RCScrewz Kits include:
  • All socket screws + Extras
  • Button Screws + Extras
  • Flat Head Screws + Extras
  • Set Screws + Extras
  • Nuts + Extras
  • Washers + Extras
  • Bondhus Short Arm hex Wrenches
  • Quality Reusable plastic pit case

This product was added to our catalog on July 1, 2011

Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jul 11 2012 (about 6 years ago)
RC Screwz Team Losi 22 Stainless Steel Screw Kit
Seems like what ever kit you buy them for, everyone feels the same way, nobody gives them 5 stars. It's not the quality its the size and type. On the 22 the long button head screw that goes through the wing mounts and into the motor plate is stated as M3x44mm but the threads are like .5mm less than 44, the Rcscrewz kit doesn't include one of those, but they do include a socket head screw that is like 44.5mm long, so if you know that screw it already sticks out more that the others, I had to use 2 washers so it wouldn't hit the slipper plate, and it's a socket head screw so it sticks out even more, I just used the regular one for that as it looked so stupid. There are other ones that didn't match either, but....... I mainly wanted them for the bottom screws, I drive on an indoor damp clay track, so if I don't clean the bottom right away the regular screws will eventually rust, for that reason the screw kit is ok with me, but I wouldn't buy another one, I would just replace screws if they rust. Just seems like it wouldn't/shouldn't be that hard to just include same size and type of screws that come in the factory kits.