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Old 03-05-2010, 12:12 PM   #16
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i might get the 2.0 center mount and, brake pads and disc than so i guess i can still use, the 1.0 linkage too. than and the 1.0 radio tray?
you can use the 2.0 pads on the 1.0 diff mount. the 2.0 radio tray is better for your throttle servo.....
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you can use the 2.0 pads on the 1.0 diff mount. the 2.0 radio tray is better for your throttle servo.....


ok i use a radio tray stiffner anyways , but i might get the 2.o center mount and disc calipers , and brake disc though.
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sounds good......the 2.0 pads and disks are way better.......
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on the 2.0 TRUGGY, the FRONT rotor(disc) is of a larger diameter than the rear disc. my concern is that the discs that come with the NEW p/n 3545 are both the same diameter(same as the smaller REAR disc that originally comes on the 2.0 truggy. so, the FRONT calipers don't completely make contact with the (front) disc like the stock config does..........
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on the 2.0 TRUGGY, the FRONT rotor(disc) is of a larger diameter than the rear disc. my concern is that the discs that come with the NEW p/n 3545 are both the same diameter(same as the smaller REAR disc that originally comes on the 2.0 truggy. so, the FRONT calipers don't completely make contact with the (front) disc like the stock config does..........
Trust me you will be fine.
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on the 2.0 TRUGGY, the FRONT rotor(disc) is of a larger diameter than the rear disc. my concern is that the discs that come with the NEW p/n 3545 are both the same diameter(same as the smaller REAR disc that originally comes on the 2.0 truggy. so, the FRONT calipers don't completely make contact with the (front) disc like the stock config does..........
your fine, its the same way on buggy
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