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Old 07-05-2006, 01:33 PM   #1
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Default hot bodies lightning2 pro / KHZ parts

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makes some very nice tuning parts for the lightning 2 pro buggy

I wonder if anyone buys them or has any experience with them ????
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nobody uses the khz parts then

not even on the truggy...
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I've used thier parts on my LSP. They work as advertised....bullet proof, fit perfect, and look cool.
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what I wanted to know..

the little screws that are in the suspensionholder parts
to secure the axles
...must I still use the c-clips ???
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Nope, I ran without c-clips. The only down side is the little screws that retain the hinge pins have phillips heads on them and strip easily especially if you thread lock them in (which is a good idea). So If you have some extra hex head hardware in your tool box use that instead of the phillips stuff. Will save you some headaches down the road.
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I would use allen screws

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are there pins with locknut that go onto the lightning bggy arms ???
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