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Old 03-31-2020, 12:10 AM   #1
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Default Where are and how to make 50+ angle steering

Hey fellow MOA's
Had a blast today with my 2.2 V1 stock berg axles as finally got independent ESC's working and on 4S . but i broke a front short shaft.
1. What are you guys doing to get more steering angle?
my tire hits the shock and lower link on both sides. theres no room to move the shocks or lower links further inward with motor there.

2. Is there a way to widen the wheel track/(axle? to gain more steering angle space.

3. what axle shafts can be used to modify to fit RCBros lockers?
Weld it, braze it, machine it

Running some sort of high steer arms, could be vanquish knuckles like XR10 style to fit my stock berg axles.

yes I read berg bible, maybe its just me, but there must be another way besides buying $150 axles.

I heard to use wraith universal axle and then braise them to fit the berg. but no further details on that.

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