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Old 12-12-2013, 03:18 PM   #6886
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were you running the centro in 17.5 buggy at states?
No I was not RM for 17.5.
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Old 12-13-2013, 06:22 AM   #6887
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Where do the little spacers go on the carbon fiber steering rack. are they on top of the rack or do they go around the screws on the bottom?
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Where do the little spacers go on the carbon fiber steering rack. are they on top of the rack or do they go around the screws on the bottom?
The spacer goes between the bearing and bellcrank.
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Where do the little spacers go on the carbon fiber steering rack. are they on top of the rack or do they go around the screws on the bottom?
I believe they go on top of cf rack,inbetween the rack and bellcrank.(atleast thats where i installed mine with no probs) If i remember correctly,if installed without them,the cf rack just tighten's down on the bellcrank and doesnt allow movement.
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Old 12-13-2013, 07:57 AM   #6890
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Will you be selling new wheels for the front of 22 4.if you do when will it be available. Thanks.
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Old 12-13-2013, 08:44 AM   #6891
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Will you be selling new wheels for the front of 22 4.if you do when will it be available. Thanks.
I'm sure we will. We are really at the mercy of TLR regarding when the car is released so we can make the parts. We like to have the car in hand to make sure everything fits and works properly.
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The sway kit yall got for the t4.2 an sc10.2. Is it a front and rear kit or do I need to buy 2 of them to complete 1 truck or a buggy??
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just me or does that look like a taller pressurepoint? that would be a dialed tire around here.
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I seem to recall some drivers trimming the outside rib on barcode fronts. Is this still done and will it give more or less steering?
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I seem to recall some drivers trimming the outside rib on barcode fronts. Is this still done and will it give more or less steering?
Yes, and I feel it makes the car more consistent when turning.
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Yes, and I feel it makes the car more consistent when turning.
Thanks. I'll give it a try
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The sway kit yall got for the t4.2 an sc10.2. Is it a front and rear kit or do I need to buy 2 of them to complete 1 truck or a buggy??
Help anyone??
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Is the pivot blocks going to be the front and rear? Or just the rear? Also, a price? Thank you.
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Is there an eta and a part number for the new front buggy tire dirt web ?thnx
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Help anyone??
There website says front and rear for t4&sc10 and rear for the b4.
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