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Old 01-07-2013, 09:39 AM   #451
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Panic09 I'm running 4 hole 1.2 in the front and 35 wait associate oil with stock springs and it feels great. here's a video of my truck.

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Yes truck looks really good - will try that and see how it goes
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Also i m facing an issue with the body and the front body posts. Cant seem to align the body posts with the marked body holes. Looks like the body posts are too short?

Any ideas?
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Old 01-07-2013, 07:00 PM   #453
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How about the rear what piston oil combo there
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Old 01-08-2013, 06:27 PM   #454
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On the rear I run Losi yellow springs with 35wt AE oil and 1.3 x4 hole pistons. As far as the body mounts they change angles in the front and need to slanted forward I didn't have any problems with the stock holes in my body.
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As far as the body mounts they change angles in the front and need to slanted forward I didn't have any problems with the stock holes in my body.
Yeah thats what i do but I m having a tough time to put the body clips on as the body hits and stops on the front tower.
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:21 PM   #456
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Can you take a picture? I have no issues mounting my body with the stock hole locations.
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Can you take a picture? I have no issues mounting my body with the stock hole locations.
Good to hear. That wasn't the case on my DESC210R body.
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Cant say I had any issues with the DESC210 either
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Interesting. I had to move the body about 1/2 inch up go get it where I wanted it to be.
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Yeah thats what i do but I m having a tough time to put the body clips on as the body hits and stops on the front tower.
U have the mount upside down.
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Blurry pictures but this is how mine is mounted.

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In the process of building my kit. I have a brand new Savox 1257 sitting around. Has anyone tried this servo in a stadium truck?
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I use that in mine with no issues.
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I was wondering if its possible to convert this rig to a sc ..trying to save alil cash ..thanks
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You will need the longer chassis - DIMEC CHASSIS DESC210 Part No: TD320148

Bumpers - FRONT SKID PLATE & BUMPER SET Part No: TD320151
REAR BUMPER SET Part No: TD320154
NERF BAR SET Part No: TD320156

Shorter front axle - FRONT AXLE (2PCS) Part No: TD330383

Wheels, WHEEL RIM BLACK (2PCS) Part No: TD510009
or WHEEL RIM WHITE (2PCS) Part No: TD510023

And lastly a body, both the durango ones fit well.
DESC210 CLEAR BODY SET (INCLUDES DECALS & MASKS) Part No: TD402016
DESC410R BODY, WINDOW MASK & DECAL SET Part No: TD402003
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