Speedway Shock Bearing Ends, 5/8 Inch I.D.
- Spherical bearings which don't compress and allow operation at far greater mounting angles
- Works with all QA1 and previous Carrera branded bearing end shocks (except 2254 shocks)
Mid-to-heavyweight cars can destroy a rubber mount bushing in no time. Instead, use spherical bearings which don't compress and allow operation at far greater mounting angles. Works with all QA1 and previous Carrera branded bearing end shocks (except 2254 shocks).
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Q & A
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