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Old 07-14-2008, 09:00 AM   #1
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Hey I'm currious what threaded shocks out there will work with a B3/T3?

I believe the B4 and T4 will but finding them used is pretty tough.

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I think I have seen where someone put the new Kyosho Velvet shocks on an Associated B4? I'm not sure about the B3, but if you can fit those then that would without a doubt be your best bet. These here.
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I would need to measure a B-3 shock and see if they fit , why not just use the B-3 shocks ?
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Thanks for the responds

the reason I ask is b/c the OE B3 shocks are clamping style which work if they weren't worn out, secondly they could use a rebuild but why invest in that technology with I feel the threaded holds the setting better.

Am I wrong to think that or could a fresh clamp do the same job as reliable as the threaded?

It’s an old car so I don't feel like dump'n much cash into it especially since it’s just a 2nd class to race in.

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