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Old 11-30-2013, 11:14 AM   #1
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So I ran my savage into a post and it snapped the shaft of the shock at the threads...problem is these are losi lst big bore shocks from back in early 2000's (around the time the savage S-25 was out because that's what it's on).

Can anyone help me figure out the part number or a part that will replace this? Everything else looks to be fine with the shock...below are some pics.

It looks to be around 85mm long...after I dissassembled it.



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Look for the LST stuff and there should be an exploded view or something that will list the part number.

http://losi.com/Support/Manuals_PartsExplosion.aspx
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Look for the LST stuff and there should be an exploded view or something that will list the part number.

http://losi.com/Support/Manuals_PartsExplosion.aspx
Fantastic - It was in here http://losi.com/ProdInfo/Files/LOSB0010-manual1.pdf

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