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Old 12-26-2010, 12:26 PM   #31
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With the amount of questions over mounting a stupid body, one would come to the conclussion that their is some sort of rocket science to it.

For the love of God, drill the tower, install and be done with it.
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Hey if you dont like the thread....DONT READ IT. Seems like a simple solution right?
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Old 12-27-2010, 04:54 AM   #33
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ya, just take the template and drill the holes... or is it, Shit or get off the pot!
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Incase you didnt read my initial post...I do not want to drill my shock towers unless it is the only way to do it. And as mentioned in my first post...I was told there is a way to do it without drilling...so I am going to try that way first. Speaking of the pot...I think I will pay a visit there now.
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thx for the pix KIK. what did you use for the brace? And set up like that it doesnt move much? I assume it still does a bit but not enough for the body to tweak over and rub the wheels or anything if you roll it over at the track.

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I used an aluminum steering post that I had laying around from an older car I had. Had to cut one end to get the right length. And the inside of the posts are threaded so I didn't have to drill and tap. The posts have never moved on me even after a hard crash.
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