Originally posted by rcracer37
ok sounds good. I got the idea from a freind who did it to his and his truck handles awesome.
To widen the front you use the stock front a arms and then use the B4 caster blocks, steering blocks, and the in line T4 front axles. You will need to drill the front caster blocks to accept the hinge pin running thru the A arm. You will use B4 pins to run thru the axle.
This will widen your fron to almost right on the ROAR limit. In the rear use B4 CVD axle and axle spacer with your stock MIP cvd bone and this will widen the rear 1/16th of an inch on each side.
You can also just use the Losi XXX front axle in the stock GT steering block and taht widens the front end alot as well. Need to mill the axle down just a very little bit to make it fit into the GT steering hub. Using this will widen the truck but with a loss in steering. The B4 setup I desribed above makes the truck wider without the loss in steering.