SSD RC Double Bent Titanium Steering/Panhard Links (D60, SCX10, SCX10 II)

SSD RC Double Bent Titanium Steering/Panhard Links (D60, SCX10, SCX10 II)
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SSD Double Bent Titanium Steering/Panhard Links are a must have upgrade for your SCX10 II, as well as gen 1 SCX10 trucks that are equipped with the SSD CMS kit. The bent link geometry will help to provide additional clearance at the axle housing.

Features:
  • Double bent titanium links
  • Internal M3 thread
  • Give more clearance over D60 axle and SCX10 frame
  • Direct fit on SSD SCX10 CMS kits (SSD00026, SSD00120)
  • Direct fit on SCX10 II
  • Stronger than aluminum
  • Lighter than steel
Specifications:
Diameter: 5.0mm
Length (eye to eye):
Short Rod Ends (SCX10): 89mm
One Short and One Long Rod End (SCX10 II): 93.5mm

Includes:
  • (2) Bent titanium links
  • (4) Short plastic rod ends (SSD00020)
  • (2) Long plastic rod ends (SSD00017)
  • (4) M3 x 12mm thread rod
Friday, Jan 1 2021 (8 weeks ago)
SSD RC Double Bent Titanium Steering/Panhard Links (D60, SCX10, SCX10 II)
Measured out perfectly using Short Rod Ends to make a 89mm eye-to-eye panhard link for my SCX10 II belly crawler custom build. HOWEVER, failure occurred on my third run with this assembly. The holes of the supplied plastic Short Rod Ends are very shallow; so, the 3x12mm Threaded Rods doesn't thread into them very far. About 7mm of the Threaded Rod goes into the Titanium Link while only 5mm goes into the plastic Rod End side. An overall longer length assembly using the Long Rods Ends may be more durable; but, will not fill my needs...So, giving this product a single star rating.
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Saturday, Apr 4 2020 (11 months ago)
SSD RC Double Bent Titanium Steering/Panhard Links (D60, SCX10, SCX10 II)
The install can be a little tricky on these to get the right fit but is overall pretty easy. So far they have held up really well on the trails. They give a bit more clearance over the front pumpkin and have improved the steering response over the stock trail honcho links.