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Old 09-11-2015, 04:54 AM
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Originally Posted by spookie View Post
Anyone know if a 8 3.0 body will fit pretty well on a 2.0? It looks blocky in the pics compared to a 2.0?
No. Too narrow in the rear.
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Old 09-12-2015, 09:00 PM
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Ah thanks. I was wondering about that.
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Old 10-05-2015, 07:30 PM
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I recently pulled out my Losi eight B from slumber. Before I put it away, um say 5 years ago, I converted it to electric. I am now trying to make it into a buggy lite class. Was wondering what spring rates you guys think work the best for indoor clay track. The track is really set up for 1/10 scale cars, but they are running a 1/8 B lite class. Plus it is hard to find 15mm front springs (green ones) for this buggy.

Plus was wondering if the eight 2.0 and mine are mostly compatable? Looks like rear suspension the same? How about front? Can I buy the bottom tray and swap on 2.0 suspension parts and use my drivetrain in it?

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I have a losi 8ight e 2.0 buggy and I need to know the length of the center rear driveshaft. I thought I had a brand new A3536 but it is too short. I can't find the length of it anywhere. Could someone please tell me what it is supposed to be length wise? Thanks
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