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Old 09-15-2008, 09:31 AM   #1
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I was given a Slash roller minus the shocks. I want to get it running and was wondering what the overall length of the shocks are from eye to eye front and rear. I can get some AE shocks for cheap, but need to know which ones will work (B4, T4, B44 front or rear)


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I don't have a slash to compare to, but the associated buggy shocks are really short. I'd guess that T4 front and rears would be your best bet.
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