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Old 04-09-2010, 10:50 AM   #1
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Will the Axial High Clearance Steering Knuckle (AX30526) work on a Berg axle? Is it a straight bolt-on, or would some modification be needed?

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kasi cuba baru tau....
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Old 04-12-2010, 08:23 AM   #3
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It should bolt right on...all other Axial base knuckles do. You may have to change up some steering linkages.
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Just make sure to use the Axial knuckle bushings instead of the Berg bushings. The Axial ones are taller than the Berg ones.
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constantmotion and hellhedded, thanks for the info!
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Will work if you are running the dogbones. If you have Super 300's made for Berg offset knuckles you are out of luck, there is 300's for axial knuckles now I think.
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Thanks picklewagon. I'm still running the dogbones. My only woory is that steering will be limited if the Axial knuckle brings the inner bearing race closer to the dogbone.
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Yes they will work, if using stock half shafts and axle ends remove 1 of the o-rings from each axle end.

I used a 96mm axial rod, another 96mm rod cut in half. Two of the bent Axial rod ends and a pair of Losi CC rod ends.


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Thanks igbandy! Much appreciated!
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Yes they will work, if using stock half shafts and axle ends remove 1 of the o-rings from each axle end.

I used a 96mm axial rod, another 96mm rod cut in half. Two of the bent Axial rod ends and a pair of Losi CC rod ends.


A pic speaks a thousand words,

what rod end is that that your steering linkage is connected too. i've never seen it and would love to try them out......or are they the losi cc rod ends? sorry I allready feel like this is a dumb question lmao.....
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The large bent rod ends are indeed from the Losi CC
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