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    Servo for Rustler 4x4

    I swapped my servo in my Rustler 4x4. I reused the plastic servo arm/horn and now it is stripped. I would like an aluminum one, any suggestions, with part# please. Thanks

    JG

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    You'll need to know the tooth count on the servo. If stock: 25T.
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    Hot racing makes a good one for slash 4x4 that should work.

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    First, whichever horn you get, get a clamp-on. Brand does NOT matter, but hole-to-hole length does. As I'm blanking on the length (plus I don't feel like partially disassembling either of my Rustys right now), measure the hole-to-home distance of the stock plastic horn, and you'll know what length you need. Common lengths for many vehicles are 24mm & 24mm.

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    Hot Racing horn, SLF25SH06.

    TLR horn. TLR1557


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    Losi horn

    https://www.amazon.com/Team-Losi-Ser.../dp/B004TPC5B4

    And hot racing bell crank

    https://www.amazon.com/Hot-Racing-Ad.../dp/B0077EC3SO

    Work out great.

    I’ve installed on my rustler 4 x 4 VXL, my son and I beat the crap out of the two we own, they are identical, we break many parts but steering servo and bell cranks are not one of them.

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    Thanks for the replies, I actually had purchased a TLR1557 horn, but the bolt did not seem to match up with the threads on the horn. I'll purchase another, maybe I got a bad one. I may as well buy the HR one as well

    JG

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