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Old 09-20-2012, 02:10 PM   #1
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I have a collection of shock bodies; how do I determine which body goes to which vehicle? I couldn't find any listing for body lengths. Probably could determine by overall length too.
Body Lengths:
35.85mm
40.73mm
48.88mm
51.68mm

Overall Lengths:
133.32mm
108.64mm
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Old 09-20-2012, 10:55 PM   #2
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I have a collection of shock bodies; how do I determine which body goes to which vehicle? I couldn't find any listing for body lengths. Probably could determine by overall length too.
Body Lengths:
35.85mm
40.73mm
48.88mm
51.68mm

Overall Lengths:
133.32mm
108.64mm
i have the truggy and without taking the shocks apart i measured from where the cap bottoms out to where the cartridge bottoms out and the front was about 44mm and the rear was about 48.5 hope this helps you some.
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I have a collection of shock bodies; how do I determine which body goes to which vehicle? I couldn't find any listing for body lengths. Probably could determine by overall length too.
Body Lengths:
35.85mm
40.73mm
48.88mm
51.68mm

Overall Lengths:
133.32mm
108.64mm
I forgot to mention....in those parts you got from me, the sleeves that go in the shock bodies are to make them SG shocks. There are different pistons too. If you prefer stock, just pull out the sleeve, and run the 17mm pistons.
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No my problem is with all the shock bodies, I don't know what they all go to...
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The 2 shortest are for the buggy front, the next 2 you mentioned are for the truggy front, the next 2 are for buggy rear, an the last 2 are for truggy rear....that's in order according to your list as far as I know
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That is what you would assume, but I have the Z01T, Z01B sg, and Z01B Team sg. No match.
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That is what you would assume, but I have the Z01T, Z01B sg, and Z01B Team sg. No match.
I sent you a PM....we'll get you straight.
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