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TBR 3pc Chassis Brace -- Traxxas 1/16 E-Revo - 62028

$43.99
SKU 620281
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The chassis brace for the 1/16 E-Revo is made of .125" black nylon and weighs 2.5oz. It is mounted with 13 screws to spread the impact across the whole length of your chassis. We use aluminum standoffs to mount between the stock skid/chassis and our brace, providing clearance for the A-Arms. The front and rear bumpers bolt onto the front and rear of the chassis with 2 screws and 2 lock nuts each.
We are using Phillips head screws as the socket heads stripped out too easily.
The NM2 Bolt-On Rear is compatible with our 1/16 E-Revo Wheelie Bar/Wheelie Bar.

This listing comes with the following for Traxxas Mini ERevo / Merv:
One TBR Chassis Brace - MPN B040
One TBR Bolt-On front bumper
One TBR Bolt-On NM2 rear bumper

 

Customer Reviews

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Jamie Beard
Screws get damaged

Screws get stripped from the ground. Called and emailed to get new screw but i never get a response. Besides that it protects the car and works great! Great product, horrible customer service.

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Gregg Anderson
Great product

Fits perfectly. Keeping my 1/16 Slash from being destroyed from the speed runs. I put a big block motor in it (Castle 4200 KV w/ Mamba X). To make putting the chassis on easier, I went ahead and used a very small amount of super glue to set the middle-chassis spacers in place—that way it's much easier to put the chassis brace on.

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Jose Aquino

Great product would highly recommend to anyone with a e-revo

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Carlos Johnson
One of the favorite part to my Merv

This chassis brace is the best wish I had one for all of my rcs!

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brian devillier
Mixed feelings

I ordered a full skid plate and bumper kit and so did a friend of mine. After install, I started having steering bind, and my friends car started having diff issues. My friend loosened the screws on the skid plate and his diff issues went away. I’m beginning to think that the skid plates are causing flex in the chassis, which is causing new issues with the car. I want to keep the skid plate on but not if it’s going to create additional problems.