JConcepts RC10 B74 Fin Titanium Turnbuckle Set (Black)

JConcepts RC10 B74 Fin Titanium Turnbuckle Set (Black)
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This is a JConcepts RC10B74 Fin Titanium Turnbuckle Set, intended for use with the Team Associated RC10 B74 Team 1/10 Electric Buggy Kit and designed for style, durability and performance. The base of the design is centered around a .143” titanium hex size which gradually tapers down into a 3mm thread base design which accepts the standard AE ball-cup configuration. The focus of the styling surrounds the lengthened adjustment hex area and the “finned” cuts that rotate about the center.

The turnbuckles are lightweight, and the original “Fin” design brings out the quality that makes titanium one of the most sought-after materials. The JConcepts turnbuckles are produced with left- and right-hand threads with the left being conveniently marked for easy orientation. The black coloring allows for a dark, stealthy look after installation. 

Features:
  • Original JConcepts design and “Fin” styling
  • High-grade, machined titanium material, colored in black
  • Standardized 3mm thread base
  • Left- and right-hand threads with conveniently marked left
  • Aesthetic value
Verified Owner
Monday, Jan 20 2020 (about a year ago)
JConcepts RC10 B74 Fin Titanium Turnbuckle Set (Black)
Turnbuckles are weak they bend and break very easily
Verified Owner
Sunday, Dec 22 2019 (about a year ago)
JConcepts RC10 B74 Fin Titanium Turnbuckle Set (Black)
Broke one the first day out with normal driving (no big wrecks).
Verified Owner
Monday, Feb 17 2020 (11 months ago)
JConcepts RC10 B74 Fin Titanium Turnbuckle Set (Black)
Had the normal ti color jconcepts turnbuckles on my b6d and B64d! Withstood the test of time!
Bought these black and silver ones to match my hobbywing motor! Look amazing! That’s about it!
Ran five packs on practice night. No issues! First race that Sunday! Took a corner to tight after I ran out of talent, flipped, got marshaled.
Just a normal roll over everything seemed good went one more corner then I realized camber was off on one wheel big time!
Pulled over. Sure enough snapped titanium turnbuckle. Protek screw heads snapped too! What’s with this new titanium? Thought it was
Supposed to be lightest strongest material! That’s why it’s so expensive? I have a feeling we’re being sold aluminum... soft aluminum!