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Old 03-01-2010, 07:28 PM   #1
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anyone tried this body on an xray, how does it fit.
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Old 03-01-2010, 08:13 PM   #2
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It fits great, I used the Mugen body post and had to lower the rear a little. It looks great.
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apparently it fits pretty good. jason branham just sent me a picture of his and he said it fits like a glove. he also used the bulldog for the MBX6-T
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apparently it fits pretty good. jason branham just sent me a picture of his and he said it fits like a glove. he also used the bulldog for the MBX6-T

It fits good you just have to modify the posts by lowering them a bit for it to fit snugly and cover the sides.
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hmm seems like almost all the diff brands body posts have to b modified to run this body atleast i know the d8t's front does. id check into the jconcepts i know i didnt have to modify on my d8t with the punisher..
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hmm seems like almost all the diff brands body posts have to b modified to run this body atleast i know the d8t's front does. id check into the jconcepts i know i didnt have to modify on my d8t with the punisher..
JConcepts one is a bigger pain to modify. This is the way to go for this truck for whenever they decide to release the new body sometime in the near century.
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ok didnt know about xray just know dont have to modify d8t for jconcepts but do for proline
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Just like pickle said use the mugen rear body mounts and mount then low on the rear tower do not cut the sides of the body off before you mount it if you cut the marked lines on the side it will not cover the mudguards you will have to leave some of the extra lexan on the sides to cove the mudguards if I was home I would post a pic of what I'm talking about and show you where I drilled the new holes for the rear body mounts but I am out of town
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I'll try to get pics soon, truggy is in peices right now.
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