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  1. #1
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    Anyone running the Integy Bilet Machined Steering linkage?

    https://www.integy.com/st_prod.html?...5#.X6F5p1B7kRA

    I just saw this. I'm not having any issues with steering at the moment (crosses fingers) but thought about picking kit up as a spare if i need it some day. Anyone have any experience with it?

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    RC Racer
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    Not much love for integy. Overseas junk. I’d take a solid pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clubin View Post
    Not much love for integy. Overseas junk. Id take a solid pass.
    Most of it is overseas junk. Not much we can do about it.

    I got the GPM one OP. Been holding up fine so far plan on upgrading the servo at the same time.

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    Im running the hot racing.

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    I don't know if it was because of Integy, or because of aluminum servo savers in general; but I always had problems with my aluminum servo saver parts seizing up on me. I tried every kind of lube and no lube, but could never keep it working as well as the stock plastic servo saver.



    The only thing metal I went to (in that area) was the servo link, because (at the time before Traxxas started making them) their plastic servo links would bend. I still have this one that I made installed, and it still works fine.

    Last edited by ReglarGuy; 11-04-2020 at 04:40 AM.
    Life's to short to be a sour puss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craigeoh View Post
    Im running the hot racing.
    That’s what I’m running in 2 of my xmaxx but I have the same issue as @regularguy. They jam up with debris. And stop working. It needs to have lube on it but lubricating it attracts dirt. Stocker with a aluminum cross link seems like the way to go.

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    I prefer the stock one, don't like aluminum in mobile parts.

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    I was thinking of going aluminum, and I did on the servo horn.

    But after giving the stock setup a good look at I decided if I am breaking things in there I most likely have bigger problems.


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