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Old 10-28-2008, 08:58 AM   #1
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Default Kyosho Lazer ZX5 shock question

hey,does anyone know the length from top to bottom of the front and rear shock bodies in mm for the ZX5?

I have the RB5 triple cap shocks on my lazer right now,but just got some velvet bodies that are too long for the front and too short for the rear(comparing them against RB5 shocks,not ZX5).they were loose,so i dont have a part number to look them up for measurements.
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I believe the bodies are the same front and rear between the RB-5 and the ZX-5 SP. What you probably have are the new RB-5 rear bodies from the world's upgrade kit. They are a little shorter than the SP and stock RB5 rears.
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