RPM Slash LCG 4x4 Front Bulkhead (Black)

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RPM Slash LCG 4x4 Front Bulkhead (Black)
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This is an optional RPM Slash LCG 4x4 Front Bulkhead. Designed from the ground up, the RPM design is split into two pieces, making maintenance a much simpler task. With the RPM design, the front end of the vehicle can be removed without having to remove the bellcranks. Simply remove the two tie rod screws at the spindle block and the steering system stays with the chassis.

RPM has included several modifications that help the steering system remain cleaner as well. The first and most noticeable improvement comes from a pair of side dirt shields that blend with the chassis and help protect the steering servo / bellcrank area from debris kicked up by the front wheels. They have also sealed the bottom of the bulkhead so debris can no longer enter from below.

Each RPM LCG bulkhead is manufactured from RPM's bulletproof blend of engineering grade nylons and is supported by their limited lifetime breakage warranty for stress-free performance you can count on.

These bulkheads replace Traxxas part TRA7430. These bulkheads will not work on the standard chassis version of either the Slash 4x4 or Stampede 4x4.

This product was added to our catalog on October 24, 2013

Charles Taylor
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Aug 24 2021 (about 2 years ago)
RPM Slash LCG 4x4 Front Bulkhead (Black)
Upgrading from a stock bulkhead, you'll appreciate how much more protection for the steering linkage comes with this piece. It's a bit more difficult to thread the arm onto the turnbuckle since you can no longer get to it from the bottom, but that seems like a small thing to give up for gaining less exposure to the ground.