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  • Part #: 3636A|
  • SKU: 9915048

Available tomorrow after 1 p.m.

    • Steering blocks, Rustler/Stampede/Bandit (2), 6061-T6 aluminum (blue-anodized)/ 5x11mm ball bearings (4)
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Traxxas Steering Blocks, Rustler/Stampede/Bandit, Blue-Anodized

Traxxas aluminum steering blocks improve appearance, ruggedness, and control. In addition to the strength and precision of the machined billet 6061-T6 aluminum steering blocks, larger 5x11mm ball bearings are included for smooth performance, reduced friction, and long life. Rubber seals on the bearings make them virtually maintenance free. Easy, bolt-on good looks in red, blue or green anodizing
  • Steering blocks, Rustler/Stampede/Bandit (2), 6061-T6 aluminum (blue-anodized)/ 5x11mm ball bearings (4)
Traxxas was started in 1986 with an idea for what was at that time an entirely new concept for a fully assembled, hobby-class R/C car. This new car would have all the same benefits of a hobby-class kit such as replaceable parts, hop-ups, and a high-quality component radio system, however it would be fully assembled with a colorful body, right out of the box. Traxxas coined the term "Ready-To-Run" (RTR) to describe this new class. Since a fully assembled, ready-to-run car would appeal to the entry-level beginner, a toll-free customer support line was set up from day one to service an entirely new category of hobby consumer. At first, acceptance of the RTR concept was slow because traditional R/C kits had always been unassembled. Once people realized that a Traxxas RTR had the same performance and quality as the traditional R/C kits, only that they didn't have to build it, the ready-to-run Cat was a runaway hit! A kit version would still be offered for those who still wanted to have the building experience.