Kraton Looking for an aluminum servo mount

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Looking for an aluminum servo mount for outcast / think it's the same for kraton.


and other parts wheels/tires for kraton


Bought a used project outcast too

Tires / lugs.
 

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I just got the voltage hobbies one for my Talion which is the same part for the Kraton. 100% quality parts and great customer service. Some of the Hot Racing ones have had numerous complaints about the threads not matching up and such when trying to assemble them when I was researching which ones to get. Very happy with the Voltage for sure. They even sent a handwritten thank you in the package.
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https://www.voltagehobbies.com/store/p10/Voltage_Hobbies_Servo_Mount_for_ARRMA_Kraton,_Talion,_Typhon,_Senton,_Outcast.html#/
 

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I ordered one on eBay we will see it is a no logo

This one
 

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I looked at it on there and at least it's made of 6061 aluminum like the other name brands but it's probably cast and not machined (which is better in the long run) and it's probably super light. I think what Woodie is trying to say is, you get what you pay for. But you shouldn't have any issues as the servo mount isn't a spot where there's going to be a lot of flexing and such. If it was something like a chassis brace where it could bend super easily, that's a different story. You should be okay with that, specially after GT's post. :)
Enjoy your new rig!
 

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I looked at it on there and at least it's made of 6061 aluminum like the other name brands but it's probably cast and not machined (which is better in the long run) and it's probably super light. I think what Woodie is trying to say is, you get what you pay for. But you shouldn't have any issues as the servo mount isn't a spot where there's going to be a lot of flexing and such. If it was something like a chassis brace where it could bend super easily, that's a different story. You should be okay with that, specially after GT's post. :)
Enjoy your new rig!

Word. That's the way I read it and glad to have affirmation. It's a bit overwhelming but incredibly cool hobby. Now to run this thing a bit. Then I want to take it totally down and rebuild it.
 

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Wow!!!

How clean are those!!!!

What tires are on the bottom one?
 

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I believe the GKA ones are one piece which is far harder to make and should be more rigid.
 

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