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Old 06-05-2010, 07:12 PM   #1
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Default Correct Shock Ends For A Jammin X2 Buggy?

Does anyone know what the correct part number is for the 16mm big bore shock ends for a Jammin X2 buggy? The owners manual says ofn40643 which I bought but the shock ends don't have the little nub that goes into the spring retainer. The picture in the owners manual shows the shock end with the little nub but the part number they say it is(OFN40643) does not have them. I believe those are for the 13mm shocks.

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I have looked all over and it looks like the only
way you can get the ones with the nubs is to
buy a complete front or rear shock set. Strange,
the only way you can get that certain plastic
parts tree, that has the updated ends, is with a
complete kit.
You can use the old style ends without any problems.
I don't even think it would be worth your time to call
Ofna about it either. Seems like all they know anything
about or can pass on any knowledge about is there g_d
d_mned flashlights on four wheels 1/10 SC trucks.
Nitrohouse isn't much better any more. I call them to
ask about a part and the first thing I get asked is if
I know the part number. Damn, I wish Rob Bender was
still in the building.
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I have looked all over and it looks like the only
way you can get the ones with the nubs is to
buy a complete front or rear shock set. Strange,
the only way you can get that certain plastic
parts tree, that has the updated ends, is with a
complete kit.
You can use the old style ends without any problems.
I don't even think it would be worth your time to call
Ofna about it either. Seems like all they know anything
about or can pass on any knowledge about is there g_d
d_mned flashlights on four wheels 1/10 SC trucks.
Nitrohouse isn't much better any more. I call them to
ask about a part and the first thing I get asked is if
I know the part number. Damn, I wish Rob Bender was
still in the building.

Well thanks for trying! I came across the exact same thing, the big bore shock kit has the correct plastic tree in it but outside of that, thats it! I bought the X2 off of a Jammin sponsored driver so I contacted him and he is in the process of finding the correct part number for me. The only other place I have seen them is on ebay, maybe I will go that route.
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