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Old 11-26-2010, 12:12 PM   #16
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nope....11/32 and 1/4



5/64 is near Identical to a 2mm and i honestly prefer a 5/64 over a 2mm on most metric hardware.




this is what you want for the camber links.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Wrench-35-5mm
I think alot depends on what brand of tools are involved. I have that integy 5/64 and i can't use it on a new 5/64 screw. Too big, bigger than my MIP 2mm. I like MIP tools, nice fit, long lasting. I use that integy on worn out heads, works great for that.
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Thanks Integra. I wasn't 100% sure of nut driver sizes.
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nope....11/32 and 1/4
i have that losi wrench for my camber links, so im good.

1/4'' fits the shock towers.. what do you use the 11/32 for?
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i have that losi wrench for my camber links, so im good.

1/4'' fits the shock towers.. what do you use the 11/32 for?
Shock standoffs.
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