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Old 07-31-2017, 06:43 PM   #181
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By flipping the lower rear suspension arms you can attain a 220mm wheelbase. See Ultimate RC forums.
That's about as detailed as the post on the Ultimate RC forums gets. I didn't see any mention on how to mount the shocks (or swaybar, if you use one) with the arms flipped.
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That's about as detailed as the post on the Ultimate RC forums gets. I didn't see any mention on how to mount the shocks (or swaybar, if you use one) with the arms flipped.
Try this thread. Before it was rebranded s the MRage. Bill usually is very detailed in his builds.

http://www.ultimaterc.com/forums/sho....php?p=1936289
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Thanks a ton for the link BK - I've got two of these kits I need to build, and you weren't kidding, he is VERY detailed. Thanks again.

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Try this thread. Before it was rebranded s the MRage. Bill usually is very detailed in his builds.

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Old 08-07-2017, 04:39 AM   #184
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The alternate front body mount finally arrived today. I'm a bit concerned that the upper turnbuckle hits it before the suspension bottoms out (even with 55mm diameter tyres). I might need to add more spacers to move the mount higher, and drill some holes lower in the post as I'm already using the lowest hole.



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