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Old 03-02-2009, 09:28 AM   #1
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I noticed if you don't use those white spacers they give you, the body is really loose on the posts. I see these getting lost really easily.....

Any suggestions? I was thinking of just hot glue to put them on the posts.....
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I never us them, but they do have sticky ones that attach right to the inside of the body.
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I never us them, but they do have sticky ones that attach right to the inside of the body.
I guess I could double-side tape the washer to the inside of the body, so it has a bit of give....might try that.
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Shoegoo on the inside FTW. Do it where the tires rub the fenders too, and they won't rub through the paint!
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Shoegoo on the inside FTW. Do it where the tires rub the fenders too, and they won't rub through the paint!
I ended up just hot gluing the washers to the inside of the body. It was too much of a PITA to cut out the servo tape as all I got is the clear streachy stuff.

Good idea on the shogoo for the fenders, I'll pickup some before we run the trucks.....
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