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Old 10-14-2009, 04:27 PM   #1
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Default Ofna Truggy Box to fit a 8ight T 2.0

Hey guys I just got this Ofna Truggy Box. Suppose to be really tough box got it wired with a 12v but it doesnt fit my truggy. Anybody running this box and ideas on what to do to get it to fit? Thankss
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Old 10-14-2009, 04:35 PM   #2
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Pictures would help. My Dad's 2.0 and box work fine, are your stops adjusted right?

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i have mine set up so i can use both buggy and truggy on the same box. tomorrow i will try and post pics. i have the front and back side all the way out for the truck then i took screws with lock nuts and use then as stops for when using the buggy. make sure when lining it up that u take the motor off the truck, makes it a ton easier to line up the whell to the opening on the chassis.
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I know it will work, I helped a guy at the track set on up on his 2.0t. It was a few months back, I wish I could help you more. I myself us this box on my 2.0b and sware by it.
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sorry about the size. not really sure how to resize them. as u can see the pic on the right is set for truggy and the other is set for buggy. the others u can get a better idea on what i was talking about with the scews.
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Old 10-14-2009, 08:05 PM   #6
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i believe you have to turn the rear plate around and or modify things ..the newer version comes with a bigger rear plate ...im note sure if you can order just the plate ..my buddy has been trying to get my updated plate for his 8t2.0 ..he ended up modding his plate but it doesnt work as well as the new updated plate

heres the part number for the updated plate set
OFN92891


here are the pics with the differences ..if you have the small rear plate then just buy the updated plates ..if you have the updated plates then something is not adjusted right
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Old 10-14-2009, 08:36 PM   #7
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I put the front swiveling mount from the Losi box onto the Ofna box.
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I modded the top of the ofna box to accept the stock losi box hardware. It works very well just like the stock losi box. It took some time and patience but it can be done. Check it out.













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I modded the top of the ofna box to accept the stock losi box hardware. It works very well just like the stock losi box. It took some time and patience but it can be done. Check it out.
+1 on that, 2 of my buddies did the same, it works perfect. You use LOSA99410, LOSA99411 and LOSA99412.

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Just take the post off the back and set the front ones. I use mine to start a Losi 2.0B, Mugen 5T, and SC8. It just takes a little practice and skill and don't be afraid to look under the car it helps
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