I broke a rear camber link yesterday. It appears that this did not happen from crashing but from jumping. When the springs are compressed to the maximum, the drive cups from the stub axles can hit the camber links. It has happened hard enough to take some chips out of the cups (not in a way that it affects them though) and finally one of the linking arms broke in that spot. It was on my Raider on SC wheels so it does compress a bit easier than with the original buggy wheels. I will order a new set but I was not too pleased about the design failure that made this possible. I tried putting the other cambler link the other way around and it works without touching anything over the complete suspension travel. As it is fitted between ball couplings it can only be loaded longitudinally. This means it will not really be loaded in a different way than it's designed for. On the pic below you can see the reversed camber link and damage to the drive cup.