RC Screwz Traxxas Ford F150 Raptor SVT Screw Set

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This is an optional RCScrewz Stainless Steel Screw Kit for the Traxxas Raptor F-150 SVT. RCScrewz Stainless Screw Kits are 100% complete. The screw 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 RCScewz Guarantee's it. If for any reason your not 100% satisfied with your kit, return your screw kit to RCScewz 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
Note: Use either a wax or grease on the threads to help prevent stripping while going into new or hard material. Some screws that are included in the kits remain phillip heads but are still stainless steel. We have done this for strength, as a result of our field testing, on small diameter screws (2mm and 2-56" diameter). This may include some chassis screws and differential screws. All other remain socket head.  Please refer to your assembly manual for screw locations.

This product was added to our catalog on April 10, 2012.

Christopher Perkins
Verified Owner
Friday, Oct 11 2013 (about 3 years ago)
RC Screwz Traxxas Ford F150 Raptor SVT Screw Set
Work well for those screws on the Slash that are exposed to the elements and water repeatedly. Would not recommend power tools for install. Do it by hand or you will strip the heads. If you upgrade other parts like the front bulkhead to metal, would recommend using stock screws there. These heads strip more easily and are almost impossible to get out once the head is stripped.)