REPLACE A SUSPENSION ARM
Go from “broke” to “back in action” in no time
or truck from a kit, a broken part is no big deal. After putting together everything yourself, it’s easy to spot what broke and figure out how to fix it. But for many RTR guys, something as simple and common as a broken suspension arm can make it seem like their car is “totaled” and will be a time-consuming and/or expensive fix. Maybe the car just gets shelved, which is the biggest bummer, because repairs are way easier (and way less expensive) than you think. This how-to tackles a broken suspension arm specifically, but similar steps are used to identify and replace any broken part. Time to DIY that RTR.
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