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Product Description

RC Tie Rod Set, 6PCS Adjustable Servo Linkage 47mm for 1/12 and 1/10 Drift car Truck Buggy Part

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Features:

Premium Material: The RC servos link is made of quality material, firm and durable, improves the performance of the RC cars.

Easy to Install: The RC servos link is lightweight, small size, is easy to install and remove.

Adjustable Design: The RC servos link used adjustable design, help yourself repair expensive equipment.

Upgrade Part: The RC servos link is high precision, and is great upgrade part for RC accessory.

Compatible With: The RC servo is compatible with HSP/ Redcat ZD Racing /Hpi /LRP/ Wltoys, fit for 1/12, 1/10 drift car truck buggy

Specification: Condition: 100% Brand New Item Type: RC Tie Rod Set Material: Aluminum alloy Color: red, purple, black, dark blue, light blue (optional) Length: approx. 47-57mm/1.9-2.2inch (adjustable) Compatible for HSP/ Redcat ZD Racing /Hpi /LRP/ Wltoys, 1/12 amp; 1/10 Drift car truck Buggy Package List: 6 x RC Tie Rod

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