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Will TLR 22 4.0 rear buggy arms fit on 3.0 buggy?

Old 03-11-2018, 12:19 AM
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Looking to fit the shocks onto the inside of the rear suspension arms of a 22 3.0 buggy, will 4.0 arms fit with little modification? Thanks
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Old 03-11-2018, 09:09 AM
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Arms fit straight on but you wonít be able to mount the shocks on front without a laydown conversion in the car.
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Originally Posted by losi8lunie View Post
Arms fit straight on but you wonít be able to mount the shocks on front without a laydown conversion in the car.
Thanks for the info, I already have the shocks mounted on the front of the 3.0 arms. I had to drill the holes and I was just wondering if it would be easier to just get the 4.0 arms when they break.
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Thanks for the info, I already have the shocks mounted on the front of the 3.0 arms. I had to drill the holes and I was just wondering if it would be easier to just get the 4.0 arms when they break.
They will fit
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Good to know. My sons 3.0 arms already have mounting holes in both sides of the rear arms. Since I can’t seem to find anymore lay down trans set ups moving the rear shocks forward will help I’m sure on the clay tracks we will run.
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Edit, the shock doesn’t quite line up. Oh well, not much waisted.
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Edit, the shock doesnít quite line up. Oh well, not much waisted.
You canít use the original stand ups to run shocks on front - you need to replace with a bolt and some washers. See Ellis car picture in the link below



http://site.petitrc.com/setup/losi/setuptwentytwo3.0/223.0_EllisStafford_MuelheimKaerlich2016012931/
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