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Old 01-27-2012, 09:47 PM   #1
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Will a mbx5t body fit on a mbx5t and what do I need to make a 6t fit on my 5t
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The Proline bulldog MBX6T body fits on nicely and makes your truggy look way more modern, the 5T is slightly wider so it is just alittle stretch when you put it on each time.

I have just upgraded to a 6, and I was surprised that the holes you cut out where in the same place. Stoked. No need to buy new bodies, just used my previous body for the new 6. Can send a pic of how they look if you wish.
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Will a mbx5t body fit on a mbx5t and what do I need to make a 6t fit on my 5t
Yes an mbx5t body will fit on an mbx5t.

The 6T will not fit on the 5T however. The 6T is a bit longer then the 5t
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Will a mbx5t body fit on a mbx5t and what do I need to make a 6t fit on my 5t

6T kit body will fit on the 5T, mounting holes are in the same place.
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The Proline bulldog MBX6T body fits on nicely and makes your truggy look way more modern, the 5T is slightly wider so it is just alittle stretch when you put it on each time.

I have just upgraded to a 6, and I was surprised that the holes you cut out where in the same place. Stoked. No need to buy new bodies, just used my previous body for the new 6. Can send a pic of how they look if you wish.
Will you send me pics of the body on the truck and anything that will help my E-mail is Donnie.tucker56@yahoo.com thanks for the help
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