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Old 03-02-2008, 06:57 PM   #1
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Default Replacement\Upgrade Shocks for XXX-T

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I need some replacement\upgrade shocks for my XXX-T. Can somebody give me some examples\part numbers.

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Old 03-02-2008, 08:06 PM   #2
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Go to losi parts house. Its all losi and ae parts
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Old 03-03-2008, 09:47 AM   #3
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I went there. I am looking for prebuilt shocks. Too lazy/ignant to build my own.
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Losi shocks are the absolute easiest to build you can buy prebuilt cartriges for the shocks so that all is required is to put the shaft in the cartrige fill the shock body and bleed out the excess.
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ok, thx for the info. But, who sells a prebuilt shock for the XXX-T, or what aftermarket shock will work?

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Your not going to find a better shock than the ones on your truck already. Duratrax makes a prebuilt shock, but they are no where near the quality of the ones you already have and your still going to have to fill them with oil I believe. To change the mounting hardware to use a different shock is going to be just as hard as replacing the cartriges in your current shocks.
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ok, thx for the info. But, who sells a prebuilt shock for the XXX-T, or what aftermarket shock will work?

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Look on ebay, it is probably your best bet. Look for the stock shocks, there is almost always someone selling them.
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