Proline Servo saver

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FastEddy

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ProLine announced a servo saver/ Steering up grade kit for the Maxx. It’s about time. It looks much like the servo Savers built into the steering bells on a Stadium truck.
IMO this is a must have.

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Sweet setup.

I hope the screws don't like to back out of the drag link like the ones on my stock steering setup do!!

I'll have to look out for that product.
 

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Originally posted by NCNitro
That looks great, I will definately have to try one of those out! I wonder how much $$$ they will be?

My best guess will be $40-$50.00

The Dynamite Steering up grade is 40.00 and a good servo saver it 10.00.

I guess we will have to see.
 

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Originally posted by DarthRacer
I hope the screws don't like to back out of the drag link like the ones on my stock steering setup do!!

I had the same problem until I went with longer screws and a titanium drag link. The longer screws with a liberal amount of blue loctite applied have yet to back out. If you make them just a little longer, you could quite possible put a nut on the part that extends above the drag link for even more security...

I too am interested in this servo saver steering post set up. It looks like Proline's answer to UE's servo saver kit. I can't wait to get my hands on either one...I would prefer the UE one, but it is never in stock when my pockets are deep enough to spend on it.
 
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