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Old 08-14-2013, 05:34 PM   #4951
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Oh, and a center body mount up front!.. I did this on my 1.0 also. Bodies last waaay longer (no cracked fenders) and it doesn't sound like a bag of scrap lexan hitting the ground landing a jump!!
Can you upload an up close pic your center body mount?
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Old 08-14-2013, 05:36 PM   #4952
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Also ready for the 3BR 3.0!!... Trying to compress my new springs!.. ride height is to high ):
Which rx box did you used?
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Old 08-14-2013, 05:48 PM   #4953
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Not sure on rx box, i found it in my "box o junk parts"!!
I'll get more pix up shortly...
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Old 08-14-2013, 05:49 PM   #4954
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Theres no brand name on it either ):
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Lol thanks anyways
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Old 08-14-2013, 06:15 PM   #4956
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Here"s some more pics. the center body mount is made by parma and is just a universal mount.. flip the screw holding the torque rod, put a nut on it then thread on the mount and set the height
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Old 08-14-2013, 06:42 PM   #4957
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Here"s some more pics. the center body mount is made by parma and is just a universal mount.. flip the screw holding the torque rod, put a nut on it then thread on the mount and set the height
Nice!! good job on the center body mount.
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Here"s some more pics. the center body mount is made by parma and is just a universal mount.. flip the screw holding the torque rod, put a nut on it then thread on the mount and set the height

What are you using for the sensor wire, to hold it nicely in place?
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Old 08-15-2013, 09:47 AM   #4959
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What are you using for the sensor wire, to hold it nicely in place?
Its just a wire hold down clip , they're shaped like a "p" ... You can find them at any hardware store. The hold down on the truck was a bit "cramped" with all the wires. So to help keep the sensor wire in good shape I moved it
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Also there are small spacers under the mount on the right side, to make it even from the wire mounts on the left. I didn't want them on the top (it looked kind of janky) .. and this aloud the wiring to slide a bit front to back when the chassis flexes....
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What RX box Steve ?
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Hey guys, just thought I would let you know we just lowered the price of the titanium screw kit a considerable amount. It has most of the screws you need for the 2.0. It is TLR4003 and is now 62.99 on horizon just in case you want to shave some weight. Sorry if this comes across salesy, lol, not meant to be, just an in case you wanted to know thing. Once they are gone, that's it with these.
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Old 08-15-2013, 01:30 PM   #4963
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I figured it out guys.... Its a GT2 rx box part #7896 .... I was using it a while back for an onroad project and wet sanded the AE off the top!!! (Proved to be a good thing!)..Lol anyway, thats it!
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I figured it out guys.... Its a GT2 rx box part #7896 .... I was using it a while back for an onroad project and wet sanded the AE off the top!!! (Proved to be a good thing!)..Lol anyway, thats it!


awesome thanks steve.
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