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Old 07-07-2010, 08:37 PM   #1
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Default **8ight 2.0 Converting from Oval Dirt to Offroad.

I'm not sure where to post this so i'm going to post it here. Has anyone seen the Team Losi 8ight 2.0 Converted for Dirt Oval Late Model Racing?? If so How easy is the conversion BACK to offroad? I have a buddy selling me one to race dirt oval with this summer but wanting to convert it to off-road for Winter Season and National events. Any Input is helpful. Thank you.
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there very easy to do once u have the parts maybe take u an hour
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What parts is needed though??
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Front and Rear Shock Tower Rear Shocks and Springs Front Bumper and Wing Mount with Wing and that should be all you need.
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And if you want a true 2.0, you will need the chassis. The DO chassis is from the 1.0.
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Front and Rear Shock Tower Rear Shocks and Springs Front Bumper and Wing Mount with Wing and that should be all you need.
after all this switch diff fluids. freind of mine done this last season a few times and i helped. race oval friday then offroad saturday haha sounds like a pain but really wasnt that bad
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