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Old 04-20-2009, 07:05 PM   #1
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Tony's Screws Starter Box Lift Kits

The stock rubber feet on the Mugen BII off-road starter box are only 5/16" (8mm) tall. When you put a truggy on the box with the larger 1/8th truck tires and blip the throttle, the tires hit the surface of the table. These new feet are 13/16" (21mm) tall raising the box 1/2" (13mm).

Kit includes (4) rubber feet, (4) 5x20mm button head screws and (4) 5mm locknuts. Simply mark your box, drill a 5mm hole (approx 13/64") and mount. They should fit most other starter boxes as well.







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woah, those are Beefy!
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Yeah the box is so stable with them on and it doesn't slide around as easy.
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Price? Where to buy? when to buy?

I want 2 sets.......now
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Price? Where to buy? when to buy?

I want 2 sets.......now
ha ha james calm down
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I need those so bad Doug
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Dang just in time.... I lost one of the feet last weekend.... dialed
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Right now they are on my website under Mugen and then Mugen Other.
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do u have them for losi eight boxs
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do u know how long till amain will have em instock i am about to place a big order with then and dont like to pay shipping all the time Cheers
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do u have them for losi eight boxs
As long as there is room to drill four 5mm holes you should be able to use the feet on many other boxes.
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do u know how long till amain will have em instock i am about to place a big order with then and dont like to pay shipping all the time Cheers
I'll email Kendall to let him know we have these in stock. I'm sure he'll add them to his next screw kit order but it'll probably be a good 2 weeks before you see them on their site. If you need the feet right away best bet is to order off our site. We ship same day and don't charge much for shipping.

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Tony, you need to include washers for the screws. I tightened mine down too much and the screw just passed all the way through the rubber and stripped out the hole. It was an easy fix, but its hard to tell when its tight, because the rubber offers no resistance. Washers are needed for future shipments
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Tony, you need to include washers for the screws. I tightened mine down too much and the screw just passed all the way through the rubber and stripped out the hole. It was an easy fix, but its hard to tell when its tight, because the rubber offers no resistance. Washers are needed for future shipments
Thanks for the info. I'll see if I have a 5mm washer that'll fit in the rubber feet. If the foot doesn't stay on that you stripped, email me and I'll send you a new one.
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Thanks for the info. I'll see if I have a 5mm washer that'll fit in the rubber feet. If the foot doesn't stay on that you stripped, email me and I'll send you a new one.
Thank you that's awesome service, but if it dont stay on I'll drill it out more and put a bigger washer, that will keep it on, plus I used Ca glue also on the feel for added stability. Love the new Lift Kit, awesome job bud!!
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