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Old 01-03-2010, 01:46 PM   #1
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Default Length of RC8T Shocks

Could someone please give me a eyelet to eyelet length of the RC8T shocks. I am wanting to get a set for my son's Hyper ST.
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The fronts are 113mm and the rear are 125mm. That is not the actual full length of the shocks, just the droop setting most use to race with.
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man that sounds like a lot of droop!\
oh nevermind its a truggy not a buggy.
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