Reviews for RPM Rear A-Arm (Slash) (Black) [RPM80592]

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Verified Owner
Saturday, May 25 2013 (about 3 years ago)
RPM Rear A-Arm (Slash) (Black)
Ok here is the truth: RPM Rear A-arms are the perfect combination of strength and durability, with just a touch of flexibility to save you when all other parts would have exploded like a parked smart car vs. a speeding 80,000lbs. semi truck. Yes they can break, but in a hammer like way: well used or a completely random fluke. I've never had any issues and they fit better then Mechanics Gloves. Take it from someone who bashes his over-weight, over-powered slash almost daily. R. Rugged P. Performance M. Masterpiece
john paulson
Thursday, Oct 27 2011 (about 5 years ago)
RPM Rear A-Arm (Slash) (Black)
this is a great set of a arms there very stong and light and u can get them in blue!
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jul 26 2009 (about 7 years ago)
RPM Rear A-Arm (Slash) (Black)
Stellar rear arms for the Slash. Lighter and stronger than original equipment. RPM makes good stuff for a reasonable price. No complaints.
Henry Simas
Tuesday, Mar 17 2015 (about a year ago)
RPM Rear A-Arm (Slash) (Black)
I have had theses a-arms on my slash for well over 3 years now and I have never had to replace them even once. they are gouged, scratched, far beyond looking good, abused, gone trough massive barrel, rolls hit curbs, walls, rocks, tree roots, trees, fences, car tires, through the ringer and back, take a licking and keep on trucking, gone beyond what any control arm should go through and survive all at full throttle. my truck is way over powered with a momba max pro esc and 2400kv brushless castle creations motor geared for max speed beyond what is practical use. I have thought of replacing them just because new ones would look better by why? they still work. I replace a lot of stock drive train pieces when those fail but cost less when they need replacing. I can't say enough about rpm products. strong reliable and guaranteed if they ever do fail no questions asked