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Old 02-26-2003, 05:22 PM   #16
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No the crowd plezer bodies are different. I bought one for the xxxnt to try it out and the bubbles in the hood for the shocks are not high enough for the larger mugen shocks and the rear of the body is to narrow it rubs on the shock when they are in the outer most position. You could make it work but if you are going to order a body you might as well just order the one for the mst they cost the same............
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