Bestselling RC Vehicle Suspension A-Arms in 2020
Traxxas 2555 Rear Suspension Arms Rear (pair)
- Tough fiber composite construction
- Rear suspension arms
- Left and right
- Use Traxxas stock and hop-up replacement parts to get the most out of you Traxxas RTR vehicles!
- This product is made from high quality materials, and designed for lasting performance.
- This is for use on RC vehicles such as the Traxxas Nitro Sport, consult your user's manual for exact parts listings.
RCAWD Rear Suspension Arm Tie Rod 54-62mm Aluminum Alloy for Rc Hobby Model Car 1/14 LC Racing Full Series 2Pcs(Red)
- Made of aluminum alloy
- The tracking information is available for all items selling in our shop?less waiting
Integy RC Model Hop-ups C27101SILVER Extended Front Suspension Arms for Traxxas 1/10 Stampede 2WD
- Genuine Integy Parts Ship Fast Direct From Our US Warehouse
- Top-Quality Materials & Superb Craftsmanship
- Preferred by Knowledgable Model Hobbists & R/C Enthusiasts
- Most Orders Processed Same Day. Reliable & Fast Shipping With Tracking Number
- Check The Manufacturer's Support Website For Cross-Reference Part Search
SkyQ RC Front & Rear Lower Suspension Arms RC Car Upgrade Parts for 1/10 TRAXXAS SLASH 4X4 RC Truck SLA007 Aluminum Alloy Blue Pack of 2
- Aluminum alloy material, high protection and long durability.
- RC upgrade parts: suitable for Traxxas slash 4X4 RC Short Truck.
- RC Front & Rear Suspension Arms Dimension: Length:100mm, Width:45mm, Thickness:6.5mm.
Traxxas 3631 Front Suspension Arms (pair)
- Front suspension arms
- Comes as a pair
- Replaces worn or damaged parts
- Use Traxxas stock and hop-up replacement parts to get the most out of you Traxxas RTR vehicles
- This product is made from high quality materials and designed for lasting performance
- This is for use on RC vehicles such as the Traxxas Stampede and Rustler; consult your user's manual for exact parts listings
Hot Racing LTN5501 Lower Suspension Arms for La Trax SST & Teton Vehicles
- CNC aluminum construction
- Black anodized aluminum
- Fits front or rear suspension
Losi Suspension Arm Set: Micro SCT, Rally,Truggy
- Suspension Arm Set: Micro SCT, Rally,Truggy
- Part Number: LOSB1741
- Brand: Losi
Hobbypark Metal Aluminum Front & Rear Lower Suspension Arm A959-02 For RC 1/18 WLtoys A959 A969 A979 RC Car Buggy Upgrade Parts
- Compatibile with: 1/18 WLtoys A959 A969 A979 K929 RC Car Buggy Truck
- 1x Front Lower Suspension Arm Left & Right
- 1xRear Lower Suspension Arm Left & Right
- Material: 6061 Aluminum
- This is OEM Parts
Redcat Racing Rear Lower Suspension Arm
- Rear Lower Suspension Arm
- Genuine Redcat Racing Parts
- Redcat Racing Part Number 12002
Traxxas TRA3655X Suspension Arms Left and Right Slash 4x4
- Traxxas Rustler.
- Traxxas Stampede.
- Made with the Best Quality Material with your child in mind.
- Top Quality Children's Item.
Traxxas 1/10 Slash 4x4 Ultimate * SUSPENSION A-ARMS ALUMINUM TIE BARS TURNBUCKEL
- Four (4) Suspension Arms Front or Rear Application (Part # 3655X) Two (2) Left Application Two (2) Right Application Hardened Plastic Construction Complete Front and Rear Suspension Pin Set (Part # 6834) Front and Rear Bulkhead Blue Anodized Aluminum Tie Bars (Part # 6823) Two (2) Front Turnbuckles - Camber Links 49mm (Parts # 3643) Two (2) Rear Turnbuckles - Camber Links 39mm (Parts # 3644) (Part # 3655X x 2)
- Includes: Left & Right Suspension Arms (Part # 3655X x 2) Suspension Pin Set (Part # 6834) Bulkhead Tie Bars, Front-Rear, Blue Aluminum (Part # 6823) 2 Turnbuckles/Camber Links - 49mm (Part # 3643) 2 Turnbuckles/Camber Links - 39mm (Part # 3644)
- Part number(s) included (in factory packaging): 3655X 6834 6823 3643 3644
King Motor Front & Rear Nylon Arm Set Fits HPI Baja 5B 5T Rovan Buggy
- King Motor 1/5 Scale Baja Front & Rear Upper and Lower Nylon Suspension Arm Sets
- These parts are super strong and light
- Mounting hardware included
- Fits HPI Baja 5B, 5T, 5SC (gas) SS, 2.0, King Motor and Rovan Sport Baja Buggies and Trucks, and some other Bajas
Hold Fast Suspensions Wants to Take Suspension Art to a New Level
Hold Fast Suspensions of Winston Salem North Carolina want to grow the art of Suspension performance.
After the most recent Annual NC Tattoo Convention, which takes place every September in Greensboro, North Carolina. I had the opportunity to interview the founder of Hold Fast Suspensions, and find out what drives his passion for the art. Body piercer, Andy McLeod, has been in the body art industry for 15 years. He'd always been interested in suspensions, from the start of his career; his interest fueled by books like "Modern Primitives" and the performances of artists such as Fakir Mustafar. Although the idea had always been in Andy's mind, it wasn't until he started Hold Fast Suspensions with fellow piercer, Nate Potts that his vision came to life.
Located downtown in Winston Salem, North Carolina, Hold Fast meets most of their suspension performers through social media. Their Facebook page draws a lot of interest. With the help of some friends in the body art industry, Hold Fast built a business around suspension art, from the ground up.
Andy says, "it's not different from piercing, essentially. You use the same knowledge. Where you should, or shouldn't pierce. Hitting your marks. Common sense. It is a little more extreme. We do it for the model and the crowd. Every time someone goes up, I feel really, really good, that I've given them something not really many people can get."
Why Promote Suspension Art?
"It's fascinating. The ritual draws me to suspension art. It's a life changing thing. Tribes in South America and Africa, and even [Native Americans] would do them. You'd have these kids go and do these suspensions, and some of them would stand for days on end, with no food or water and have visions. After a few days they would bring them down. It's pretty much a vision quest. It was like a gateway to becoming a man. You're no longer a child, this is your journey into manhood, and a lot of cultures still practice this.
"I enjoy the historical aspect of it, but also every time I've done one it always amazes me how strong the actual will of a human being can be, and how far someone can push themselves, and at the same time, be in complete contentment of themselves and what they're doing, what they're going through. It just proves that, it really is mind over matter. I've done it myself, it's a fun experience. It's always been a wonder. Pretty much the look on their faces and the things they tell me after, that's why I do it, really. I don't care so much about the money, or fee or anything like that. I just like giving that to the people."
A Door Closes, a Better Door Opens
Andy and Nate parted ways over business disagreements. Nate made a series of poor choices that prevented him from supporting his end of the business. When Nate left Hold Fast Suspensions, it became solely Andy's, and he asked Molly Dix to be his new partner. He'd met Molly when she was working at Little John's Tattoo, where she and Andy had mutual friends.
Molly later apprenticed as a piercer at Liberty Tattoo. She became interested in suspensions talking with Andy during down time at the shop. Andy recalls that she was really helpful, and a key player in the suspensions as Nate started being off more and more.
"She proved herself substantially. She is really on point, to the point where she would do something right before I would even go to tell her. She's so just on it all the time, and Nate was always bumbling around. She knows the business well, and that's a really big asset. We started working together and she's been a driving force ever since. It's really great when you have a partner you can rely on. It's an incredible feeling."
The Future of Hold Fast Suspensions
With Molly's help, Andy wants Hold Fast to take suspension to a new level. They hope to promote the art, and also generate more opportunities for Hold Fast Suspensions to perform.
"Money's good, but you know, hey, it's not really all about the money. We'd like to get more people interested in it and maybe attend more conventions. I want to put on a good show, and get people having experiences they can't really get anywhere else. We want to get a name out there. It's not to get famous or blow up in the magazines. I'd like us to travel and do guest spots at conventions. I'd like to do more outdoor stuff. Outdoor suspensions are a lot of fun to do. We want to keep learning. Keep meeting people, and try to take this as far as we can go."
You can watch a variety of videos of Hold Fast Suspensions' performances on this YouTube channel.
Read more about Hold Fast's displays, and see pictures and video, here.