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Slash 4x4 steering problems. Brand new truck :/
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  1. #1
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    Jun 2012

    Slash 4x4 steering problems. Brand new truck :/

    The first run with me new slash 4x4 platinum and i broke my stearing. But thats not the problem really.

    The problem is that when look underneth the truck i se that the stearing is touching the driveshaft when i turn full right...
    Not sure if you guys understand what mean but il try to explain it abit more

    The servo is connected to the stearing. and its the part the servo is connected to that is touching the driveshaft...

    Anyone else got that problem? I am not sure how to fix this problem really.. If i adjust the stearing so that it dont touch the wheels wont be straight...

    Probably poor explanation from me but i hope someone can help me with this

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    Senior Member rcman's Avatar
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    Nov 2011
    Hartland, Wisconsin
    Is it the little white thing with holes in it that's called the servo saver. Are the little rods that connect your stearing to your wheels bent in any way cause if they are then you can just take it off and bend it back. That's all I can give you cause I don't really understand your problem, sorry.
    Last edited by rcman; 06-29-2012 at 01:46 PM.
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  3. #3
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    Mar 2012
    On my Slash 4x4 the belcrank rubs on the driveshaft. It's not a problem so don't sweat it. It doesn't affect anything.

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