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Old 04-14-2011, 11:20 PM   #1
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Default Losi XXX-NT Compatible with the XXX-NT AD2?

Hey Guys,

I came on here wondering about the parts to get for my XXX-NT (original). Since this car is discontinued, I have been wondering what parts would be compatible...and what the changes are between the XXX-NT and the AD2 version of that truck. Please let me know what parts are compatible...i have been looking for the Quick Release tires for my XXX-NT but im not sure if it will work...and the same for the Front & back A-arms...and Front & back shock towers D:...please help me out guys . Your support would be greatly appriciated.
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Old 04-18-2011, 05:50 PM   #2
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Front suspension is basically identical. AD2 added VLA arms/hubs but the outside hole in the VLA hubs is the same as the AD1. Axles are different to allow the AD2 wheel offset.

AD2 has a milled chassis. Tranny is basically identical. They added new diff parts and alum top shaft that is interchangeable. Both shock towers and shocks are the same.

In the rear, nothing is really interchangeable. Quick change wheels use different hubs, axles, and arms.
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